Improving Performance of Far Users in Cognitive Radio: Exploiting NOMA and Wireless Power Transfer
AbstractIn this paper, we examine non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA) and relay selection strategy to benefit extra advantage from traditional cognitive radio (CR) relaying systems. The most important requirement to prolong lifetime of such network is employing energy harvesting in the relay to address network with limited power constraint. In particular, we study such energy harvesting CR-NOMA using amplify-and-forward (AF) scheme to improve performance far NOMA users. To further address such problem, two schemes are investigated in term of number of selected relays. To further examine system performance, the outage performance needs to be studied for such wireless powered CR-NOMA network over Rayleigh channels. The accurate expressions for the outage probability are derived to perform outage comparison of primary network and secondary network. The analytical results show clearly that position of these nodes, transmit signal to noise ratio (SNR) and power allocation coefficients result in varying outage performance. As main observation, performance gap between primary and secondary destination is decided by both power allocation factors and selection mode of single relay or multiple relays. Numerical studies were conducted to verify our derivations. View Full-Text
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Van Nguyen, M.-S.; Do, D.-T.; Voznak, M. Improving Performance of Far Users in Cognitive Radio: Exploiting NOMA and Wireless Power Transfer. Energies 2019, 12, 2206.
Van Nguyen M-S, Do D-T, Voznak M. Improving Performance of Far Users in Cognitive Radio: Exploiting NOMA and Wireless Power Transfer. Energies. 2019; 12(11):2206.Chicago/Turabian Style
Van Nguyen, Minh-Sang; Do, Dinh-Thuan; Voznak, Miroslav. 2019. "Improving Performance of Far Users in Cognitive Radio: Exploiting NOMA and Wireless Power Transfer." Energies 12, no. 11: 2206.
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