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Rate Splitting Multiple Access for Multi-Antenna Multi-Carrier Joint Communications and Jamming

by   Onur Dizdar, et al.

Rate-Splitting Multiple Access (RSMA) is a robust multiple access scheme for downlink multi-antenna wireless networks. RSMA relies on multi-antenna Rate-Splitting (RS) strategies at the transmitter and Successive Interference Cancellation (SIC) at the receivers. RSMA manages interference by partially decoding interference and partially treating interference as noise. RSMA has been shown to achieve significant gain in terms of spectral efficiency, energy efficiency, Quality-of-Service enhancements, robustness to Channel State Information (CSI) imperfections due to imperfect channel estimation and mobility, as well as feedback overhead and complexity reduction, in a wide range of network loads (underloaded and overloaded regimes) and user deployments (with a diversity of channel directions, channel strengths and qualities). In this work, we investigate a novel application of RSMA for joint communications and jamming with a Multi-Carrier (MC) waveform in Multiple Input Single Output (MISO) Broadcast Channel (BC). Our aim is to simultaneously communicate with Information Users (IU) and jam Adversarial Users (AU) to disrupt their communications in a setting where all users perform broadband communications by MC waveforms in their respective networks. We consider the practical setting of imperfect CSI at transmitter (CSIT) for the IUs and statistical CSIT for AUs. The optimal information and jamming precoders are designed to maximize the Sum-Rate (SR) under jamming energy constraints on the pilot subcarriers of AUs, a jamming method considered to be among the most destructive methods for MC waveforms under the considered system model. We compare the SR performance of RSMA and Space Division Multiple Access (SDMA) schemes by numerical results to demonstrate that RSMA achieves a significant SR gain compared to SDMA.


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