CDMA for Wireless Personal Communications
Ramjee Prasad of Delft University of Technology presents a comprehensive analysis of the practical applications of Code Division Multiple Access to today's and tomorrow's wireless communications systems. Prasad provides engineers, researchers and students with a complete overview including a comparison of wired and wireless network systems, details of hybrid CDMA, and techniques to enhance the performance of CDMA-based systems. 180 illus. 400 equations, examples, and appendices.
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Multiple Access Techniques
CDMA System Concepts
DSCDMA with Imperfect Power Control
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ALOHA protocol antenna assumed average shadowing bandwidth base station bit error probability bit rate BPSK BPSK interferers capacity CDMA protocols CDMA system cell chip code sequence data bits delay profile delay spread demodulator direct-sequence division multiple access DPSK DPSK modulation DS-CDMA DS-CDMA system error correction fading channel fast fading FEC coding Figure filter forward error correction frequency band frequency hopping function Gold codes hybrid DS/SFH IEEE Trans increases indoor wireless interference power ISMA kbit/s log-normal Markov maximal ratio combining MC-CDMA mobile radio multiple access protocols multiuser interference narrowband number of resolvable number of users order of diversity outage probability packet success probability parameters path gain perfect power control phase Prasad propagation QPSK radio channels Rake receiver random variable Rayleigh fading received signal resolvable paths reverse link Rician distribution Rician fading selection diversity slotted ALOHA slow fading spread-spectrum spreading code throughput transmission values