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How calculate channel gains in NOMA?

You won't know the exact channel, instead you'd use the channel estimates. The basic idea behind Non Orthogonal Multiple Access (NOMA) is that you are receiving multiple overlapping signals, decoding ...
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Is -40dbm power for AWGN considered too high and unrealistic?

That's -40 dBm transmit power, not noise power. The AWGN power is stated explicitly to be -30 dBm for this figure. That's relatively much, but remember that what matters here are SNR or SINR, and so ...
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How can $N_0$ be zero in this example of calculating throughput in non-orthogonal multiple access?

That seems to work out. If I do the calculation in Python: ...
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To implement successive interference cancellation (SIC) process, should the receiver know the power allocated to each symbol?

Yes, one would require to know the power of other users. There are two options, the network can either signal the UEs this information in a control frame or the UEs need to estimate the power of the ...
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Interference Distribution Assumption in NOMA IoT Scenario

interference intensity is different at each sub-channel but varies with same distribution You're already using the term intensity, so this sounds like you're most likely implicitly using a Poisson ...
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