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posted on 2024-03-01, 16:45 authored by G Xia, P Xiao, B Li, Y Zhang, Huiyu Zhou

Compressed sensing (CS)-based techniques havebeen widely applied in the grant-free non-orthogonal multipleaccess (NOMA) to a single-antenna base station (BS). In thispaper, we consider the multi-antenna reception at the BS foruplink grant-free access for the massive machine type communi-cation (mMTC) with limited channel resources. To enhance theoverloading performance of the BS, we develop a general frame-work for the synergistic amalgamation of the spatial divisionmultiple access (SDMA) technique with the CS-based grant-freeNOMA. We derive a closed-form statistical beamforming and adynamic beamforming scheme for the inter-cluster interferencesuppression when applying SDMA. Based on this, we furtherdevelop a joint adaptive beamforming and subspace pursuit (J-ABF-SP) algorithm for the multiuser detection and data recovery,with a novel sparsity level decision method without the accurateknowledge of the noise level. To further improve the datarecovery performance, we propose an interference cancellation-based J-ABF-SP scheme (J-ABF-SP-IC) by using the initial signalestimates generated from the J-ABF-SP algorithm. Illustrativesimulations verify the superior user detection and signal recoveryperformance of our proposed algorithms in comparison withexisting CS-based grant-free NOMA techniques.

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Author affiliation

College of Science & Engineering/Comp' & Math' Sciences

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  • AM (Accepted Manuscript)

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IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications

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Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

issn

1536-1276

Copyright date

2024

Available date

2024-03-01

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en

Deposited by

Professor Huiyu Zhou

Deposit date

2024-02-29

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