Diploma and Master Theses (authored and supervised):
"System level abstraction and evaluation of non-orthogonal multiple access transmissions";
Supervisor: S. Schwarz, B. Tahir;
final examination: 10-07-2021.
The increasing demand for higher data rates and lower transmission latency requires new transmission techniques to be considered for future wireless networks. Nonorthogonal multiple access (NOMA) techniques promise higher data rates, lower latency and massive user deployments. To analyze the effects of NOMA techniques in networks, a system level abstraction is necessary to perform system level simulations with low complexity. This work introduces an efficient system level abstraction for power domain NOMA and provides an analysis of the effects of the deployment of NOMA techniques in wireless networks.
NOMA, system level, simulation, SIC
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