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Non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA) is suggested as a radio access candidate for future wireless mobile networks. It utilizes the power domain for user multiplexing on the transmitter side and adopts a successive interference cancellation (SIC) as the baseline receiver scheme, considering the expected mobile device evolution in the near future. However, recent research focuses more on the performance evaluation of NOMA in context of assuming the perfect SIC at receiver side. In order to clarify the performance gap between the perfect and the practical SIC in NOMA schemes, and to examine the possibility of applying NOMA with practical SIC, this paper investigates the performance of NOMA applying multi-input multi-output (MIMO) technology with zero-forcing (ZF) and minimum mean square error (MMSE) SIC schemes. We propose an analysis on error effects of the practical SIC schemes for NOMA and in addition propose an interference-predicted minimum mean square error (IPMMSE) IC by modifying the MMSE weight factor using interference signals. According to the IPMMSE IC and analysis of IC error effect, we further suggest the remaining interference-predicted MMSE (RIPMMSE) IC to cancel the remaining interference. The simulation results show that by considering practical IC schemes, the bit error rate (BER) is degraded compared with conventional orthogonal multiple access (OMA). This validates that the proposed IC schemes, which can predict the interference signals, provide better performance compared to NOMA with conventional ZF and MMSE IC schemes.
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- Interference cancellation for non-orthogonal multiple access used in future wireless mobile networks
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