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Conference Paper: Ballot technique to analyze unslotted CDMA with fixed packet lengths

TitleBallot technique to analyze unslotted CDMA with fixed packet lengths
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Issue Date1989
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Conference Record - International Conference On Communications, 1989, v. 2, p. 685-689 How to Cite?
AbstractA technique to analyze the throughput of an L-channel CDMA (code-division multiple-access) network is presented. Two approximations are needed to use the technique. Fist, we need to divide the packet into minislots. Second, at most one arrival or one departure can occur in one minislot, but not both. The error due to the approximation is very small for small λ/M and large M, where M is the bit size of the packet and λ is the rate of the packet-arrival process. The technique is verified using M = 64. Results obtained by the ballot technique are very close to the simulation results for low arrival rates and less accurate for higher arrival rates. The disadvantage of the ballot technique is that the solution is not given in a compact close form.
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dc.contributor.authorYin, Mingen_US
dc.contributor.authorLi, Victor OKen_US
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dc.description.abstractA technique to analyze the throughput of an L-channel CDMA (code-division multiple-access) network is presented. Two approximations are needed to use the technique. Fist, we need to divide the packet into minislots. Second, at most one arrival or one departure can occur in one minislot, but not both. The error due to the approximation is very small for small λ/M and large M, where M is the bit size of the packet and λ is the rate of the packet-arrival process. The technique is verified using M = 64. Results obtained by the ballot technique are very close to the simulation results for low arrival rates and less accurate for higher arrival rates. The disadvantage of the ballot technique is that the solution is not given in a compact close form.en_US
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