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We consider the usage of finite-length polar codes for the Gaussian multiple access channel (GMAC) with a finite number of users. Based on the interleave-division multipleaccess (IDMA) concept, we implement an iterative detection and decoding non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA) receiver that benefits from a low complexity, while scaling (almost) linearly with the amount of active users. We further show the conceptual simplicity of the belief propagation (BP)-based decoder in a step-by-steparXiv:2012.01075v2 fatcat:ckll7r4wqbf3tplcpgrn6fzg3u