Featured Article: "Low-complexity hybrid interference cancellation for sparse code multiple access"
Sparse Code Multiple Access (SCMA) is one of Non Orthogonal Multiple Access (NOMA) candidates for future wireless communications. The message passing algorithm is able to achieve near-optimal performance but requires high computational complexity. The paper proposes a new decoding scheme called Hybrid Interference Cancellation (HIC) to reduce time processing without degrading a target Bit Error Rate (BER). The numerical assessments confirm the significant improvement in terms of complexity with the same level of BER. Read the full article here.