Hybrid Multiple Access Scheme for 5G Wireless Networks

Kumar, Puneet
May 2014
IUP Journal of Telecommunications;May2014, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p8
Academic Journal
The interuser interference in 5G system limits the cell capacity. The key concepts of 5G beyond 4G are pervasive networks, group cooperative relays, cognitive radio technology, Dynamic Adhoc Wireless Networks (DAWN), Vendermonde-subspace Frequency Division Multiplexing (VFDM), hybrid multiple access scheme with new reuse partitioning, High- Altitude Stratospheric Platform (HASP) systems, wearable devices with AI capabilities and IPv6. In this paper, the hybrid multiple access scheme is proposed.


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