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Technology on the Move: An Examination Report on NOMA Technique

Gaurav Bhawariya



In this piece of literature, we are examining the basics of the non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA) and its upcoming opportunities as well as barriers in this era of wireless communication. Since this is the era of the internet of things (IoT), artificial intelligence, and data science, there is need of high-speed wireless communication technology so that things can be organized and synchronized at real time. The zeal for reliable, high-speed, error free, low power and more efficient communication lead the scientists towards the discovery of a NOMA technique which works on the multiple access via allocation of power. The content will provide an overview of NOMA technology and its present ongoing applications as well as its future scope. Here, the present problems are included which lead towards the further research work on this technology, so that it can be more efficient and be useful dynamically in the near future.


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Gaurav Bhawariya. Technology on the Move: An Examination Report on NoMA Technique. Journal of Web Engineering & Technology. 2019; 6(3): 16–22p.

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