Broadcasting And Multicasting Transmission In 5G New Radio

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Broadcast and multicast will be an important feature supported in 5G New Radio. In this paper a new transmission method is proposed to improve the receiver side User Equipment (UE) resource efficiency by using non-orthogonal multiplexing. The 5G-MBMS subsystem should provide a unified transmission platform for delivering mixed unicast, multicast, and broadcast services, with adaptive resource allocation and high spectrum efficiency. Up to the latest PTM system in the 3GPP Long Term Evolution (LTE), orthogonal multiplexing (OM) methods are used to combine the different types of services in one channel. This paper studies the capacity benefits of using power-based non-orthogonal multiplexing (PNOM) technology in 5G-MBMS. For LTE/5G systems delivering broadcast and multicast services, using P-NOM offers a solution to significantly increase the cell capacity for broadcast services, while providing broadcast services with required quality of service.


The FFT based MIMO-OFDM systems


Low Data Transmission Due To High Bit Loss Interference

Hard decision decoding systems


DWT based MIMO OFDM with turbo decoding various modulation techniques BER analysis

4-QAM, 16QAM, 64 QAM


  • Iterative soft decision based decoding methodology
  • Time Duration is less
  • Retransmission of data over the network decreased
  • Carrier recovery is high for other application is high


  • Dual scenario rate capacity networks
  • City coverage area analysis on Improvement through WIFI connection.
  • Medical application through Emergency Analysis on mobile communication


  • MATLAB 2014a or above versions


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