Paper Key : IRJ************062
Author: Mukul Jain ,Dr. Shivangini Morya,Madhvi Singh Bhanwar
Date Published: 04 Sep 2023
With increasing number of users and multimedia applications, bandwidth efficiency in cellular networks has become a critical aspect for system design. Bandwidth is a vital resource shared by wireless networks. Hence its in critical to enhance bandwidth efficiency. Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) and Non-Orthogonal Multiple access (NOMA) have been the leading contenders for modern wireless networks. NOMA is a technique in which multiple users data is separated in the power domain. A typical cellular system generally has the capability of automatic fallback or handover. In such cases, there can be a switching from one of the technologies to another parallel or co-existing technology in case of changes in system parameters such as Bit Error Rate (BER) etc.In the proposed approach NOMA with successive interference cancellation is proposed. Moreover a handover between NOMA and OFDM has been designed with automatic fallback enabled receivers. The condition for switching or handover has been chosen as the BER of the system. A comparative analysis with existing work indicates that the proposed scheme outperforms the existing techniques in terms of SNR requirement thereby making the system more practically useful for fading channel conditions.Keywords:Automatic Fallback, Quality of Service, Future Generation Wireless Systems, Bit Error Rate.
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