Ninth IEEE International Symposium on Personal, Indoor, and Mobile Radio Communications: Technical Program Proceedings, September 8-11, 1998, the Marriott Copely Place, Boston, Massachusetts, Volume 1
IEEE, 1998 - Technology & Engineering - 1574 pages
The papers from this conference cover the entire wireless communciations field. Topics include: communication theory; statistical channel modelling; propagation; system performance analysis; code division multiple access; and wireless networks.
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Multiple Slot Allocation for VoiceData Transmission Over PRMA++ Interference and Capacity in CDMA Hybrid Systems With Hysteresi
Cluster Mobile Switching Center for Third Generation Wireless A Study on BiOrthogonal Modulation for WCDMA Higher Bit Ra Transmission
Signal Processing Improvements for Smart Antenna Signals in IS95 Approximation of an Integrated CDMA System
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adaptive algorithm analysis antenna approximation assumed average AWGN bandwidth base station beamforming block broadcast capacity carrier CDMA cell radius cellular channel estimation codeword coefficients collision complex computational correlation decoding DECT delay detection detector diffraction distribution diversity diversity schemes Doppler downlink DS-CDMA environment equal equation error factor fading channel FDMA Figure filter frame frequency function Gaussian handoff hybrid ARQ IEEE IEEE Trans increase interference interleaving linear load matrix maximum MC-CDMA measurement microcell MMSE modulation multipath multiple access noise number of users output packet paper parameters path path loss performance probability propagation proposed protocol ratio Rayleigh fading received signal retransmission samples scheme sequence shown simulation slots slotted ALOHA spatial subscribers symbol TDMA technique terminal throughput traffic transmission transmitted uplink vector voice wireless