Securing OFDM-Based NOMA SWIPT Systems

by   Ahmed Badawy, et al.

In this paper, we present a physical-layer security scheme that exploits artificial noise (AN) to secure the downlink legitimate communications and transfer energy to nodes operating under non-cooperative non-orthogonal multiple-access (NOMA) scenario. The nodes employ a joint time-switching and power-switching scheme to maximize the harvested energy. We provide necessary analysis and derivations for the optimization parameters and find the optimized transmission parameters that maximize the minimum secrecy rate among users while meeting constraints on minimum transferred energy and outage probabilities at the nodes through an exhaustive grid-based search. Our analysis and simulations prove the feasibility of securing the communication among NOMA nodes, while transferring energy and meeting outage probability constraints.



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