Video Data Transmission over NOMA: Performance Monitoring Approach
Due to the data demand increment in the previous years, researchers are attempting to develop wireless communication networks that are fifth-generation (5G) and beyond fifth-generation in order to satisfy future needs (B5G). Non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA) may be a solution for future wireless communication networks to address the demands of a rapidly growing user population, connection needs, cost-effective needs, bandwidth needs, and high coverage needs. In this paper, video data transmission under NOMA system is discussed where two users unequally located from the base station are in use. Results shown that with bigger power gain allotment, user data can be easily extracted with more resolution. User with larger power gain can be more immune to the impact of Rayleigh Fading channel.