Call for Papers
Special Session on: “Non Orthogonal Multiple Access Techniques for 5G systems”
Submission deadline: 19th March 2018 (http://ict-2018.org/special-sessions-2/)
Next-generation (5G and beyond) radio access networks are expected to meet heterogeneous demands on massive connectivity, low latency, high reliability, and to ensure a flexible and efficient use of all available resources, such as spectrum and time. As a result, significant efforts have been recently made to design more spectrally and energy efficient multiple access schemes for future wireless networks. The key idea of non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA) schemes is to serve several users in the same resource unit, such as time slot, frequency subband or spreading code. A downlink version of NOMA called multiuser superposition transmission (MUST) has been proposed for 3rd generation partnership project long-term evolution advanced (3GPP-LTE-A) networks and NOMA has become an important principle for the design of radio access techniques for the 5G networks.
We aim to bring together leading researchers in the field to share their recent findings on NOMA techniques. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
Dr Anass Benjebbour, NTT Docomo Research Laboratories, Japan
Title: Combination of NOMA and MIMO: Concept and Experimental Trials
Authors: Anass Benjebbour, Yoshihisa Kishiyama, NTT Docomo
Papers can be submitted electronically to the special session via the EDAS paper management at: https://edas.info/newPaper.php?c=24565&track=89874
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