Channel Capacity for Nonorthogonal Multiple Access Communications.
HAWAII UNIV HONOLULU DEPT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
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In this paper a wide-sense receiver is suggested in the place of conventional individual receivers for a general nonorthogonal multiple access communication-system. It is shown that the channel capacity achieved by this wide-sense receiver is greater than the summation of conventional individual channel capacities narrow-sense capacity. The author gives some examples of both continuous and discrete channels. The result indicates an alternative way of building a more complex receiver which achieves better channel utilization. Author
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