OFDM Multiple Antennas Cognitive Radio Relay CDMA Synchronization Channel Estimation Spectrum Sharing Interference Cancellation Resource Allocation Spectrum Sensing Neural Networks Full duplex Stochastic Geometry Equalizer Bi-Directional Feedback Energy Harvesting Heterogeneous Networks Femtocell Device-to-Device (D2D) Idle cells Cross-link interference FBMC Spectral efficiency Cell Search SINR mismatch problem NOMA Ultra-dense small cell networks HetNet interference management Dynamic TDD outage probability selection diversity achievable sum rate bursty traffic model Cognitive relay networks mode selection multi-spectral 5G Complexity Singular Vale Decomposition OQAM tabu-search Filtered OFDM TDD configuration flexible duplex Handoff GFDM Heterogeneous channel estimation capability self-interference cancellation in-band full-duplex system Channel estimation error coexistence CP-OFDM MU-MIMO automatic repeat request (ARQ) Two-way communications UWB full-duplex relay full-duplex cellular Simultaneous Sensing and Transmission Correlated MIMO transmission capacity (TC) sensing duration Bi-directional full-duplex Vehicle-to-Vehicle prototype filter pilot signal Coexistence scenarios resource size control Vehicle-to-vehicle communication link reliability interference to noise ratio eigen decomposition TS-W-OFDM Resource management Cooperative systems LTE-based V2V Aggregate interference time-frequency efficiency mixed numerology Windowing Reliability C-V2V Asynchronous Transmission Full-duplex Computation offloading Grant-free Transmission Preamble full-spreading NOMA massive connectivity Edge computing Multiple access MLP Deep learning Railway Mobility interference mitigation HST non-orthogonal multiple access
Status : Published 
Date : 2017-08 
Title : A Novel SCMA System for Coexistence of Active Users and Inactive Users 
Authors : Joonki Kim, Kwonjong Lee, Jintae Kim, Hano Wang, Minsoo Na, and Daesik Hong 
Journal : IEEE Communications Letters 
Abstract : This letter proposes a new sparse code multiple access (SCMA) system for handling the coexistence of active user equipments (UEs) and inactive UEs, which share the same frequency/time resources for an uplink grant-free scenario. SCMA systems use a message passing algorithm, which considers all UEs to be active UEs. Therefore, inactive UEs cause significant decoding problem in SCMA systems. In order to solve the coexistence problem, we propose code words and a novel SCMA receiver which can distinguish the signal of active/inactive UEs. The numerical results show that the proposed SCMA receiver achieves a remarkable enhancement in false alarm probability, miss detection probability, and bit-error rate. 
URL : http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/8025797/ 

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3 [IEEE Trans. Wireless Commun.] Soohyun Kim, Jeeyeon Kim, and Daesik Hong, "A New Non-Orthogonal Transceiver for Asynchronous Grant-Free Transmission Systems," in IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, March 2021 Published  2020-11 
2 [IEEE Access] Insik Jung, Hyunsoo Kim, Jinkyo Jung, Sooyong Choi, and Daesik Hong, "An Enhanced Tabu Search based Receiver for Full-spreading NOMA Systems", IEEE Access, Oct. 2019 Published  2019-10 
» [IEEE Commun. Lett.] Joonki Kim, Kwonjong Lee, Jintae Kim, Hano Wang, Minsoo Na, and Daesik Hong, "A Novel SCMA System for Coexistence of Active Users and Inactive Users", IEEE Comm. Letters, Aug 2017 Published  2017-08