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Article: CDMA overlay situations for microcellular mobile communications

TitleCDMA overlay situations for microcellular mobile communications
Authors
Issue Date1995
PublisherIEEE.
Citation
IEEE Transactions on Communications, 1995, v. 43 n. 234, p. 603-614 How to Cite?
AbstractDirect sequence code division multiple access communications is a promising approach to cellular mobile communications, which operates in an environment characterized by multipath Rician fading. In this paper, the CDMA network is assumed to share common spectrum with a narrowband microwave user. Because of the presence of the narrowband waveform, an interference suppression filter at each CDMA receiver is employed to reject the narrowband interference. The problem of interference from adjacent cells is also considered. Average power control is assumed to combat the near/far problem, and multipath diversity, in conjunction with simple interleaved channel coding, is considered for improving the performance of the CDMA system.
Persistent Identifierhttp://hdl.handle.net/10722/42732
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dc.contributor.authorMilstein, LBen_HK
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dc.description.abstractDirect sequence code division multiple access communications is a promising approach to cellular mobile communications, which operates in an environment characterized by multipath Rician fading. In this paper, the CDMA network is assumed to share common spectrum with a narrowband microwave user. Because of the presence of the narrowband waveform, an interference suppression filter at each CDMA receiver is employed to reject the narrowband interference. The problem of interference from adjacent cells is also considered. Average power control is assumed to combat the near/far problem, and multipath diversity, in conjunction with simple interleaved channel coding, is considered for improving the performance of the CDMA system.en_HK
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dc.titleCDMA overlay situations for microcellular mobile communicationsen_HK
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