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Author Kang, Chang Soon ♦ Shin, Sung Moon ♦ Soonkan, Chang ♦ Sung, Dan Keun
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Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword Signal Power ♦ Link Capacity ♦ Spreading Code ♦ Cdma System ♦ Mc-cdma System ♦ Theid Case ♦ Real Environment ♦ Wireless Communication System ♦ Id Tical ♦ Sc-cdmaand Mc-cdma System ♦ Sc-cdma System Yield ♦ Introduction Single-cod Cdma ♦ Multi-cod Cdma ♦ System Performance ♦ Mutual Interference ♦ User Signal Power ♦ Propagationand Ddaga Cod Channel ♦ Co Channel ♦ Consid6 Fi ♦ Analytical Result ♦ Important Factor ♦ System Parameter
Abstract Introduction Single-cod CDMA (SC-CDMA)and multi-cod CDMA (MC-CDMA) systems have been intensively stud6F for applications to future wireless communication systems [1]--[5]. The capacities of the systems are id] tical in theid]x case wherespread6P co d channels are orthogonal [3], [4]. However, in real environments the orthogonality is lostds to multipath propagationand ddaga t cod e channels in MC-CDMA systems interfere with each other. This mutual interference a#ects link capacityand user signal power, both of which are important factors ford]6'6FF]fi6LE of the system performance. This e#ect was not consid6]fi in previousstudou [3], [4]. In this letter, the performance of SC-CDMAand MC-CDMA systems is evaluated for varying system parameters, such as spread]fi band]fi6x tra#c load and the number ofspreadF] co d] assigned to a user. Analytical results show that the SC-CDMA system yield better performance than the MC-CDMA system for link capacityand signal power. Since the perfor
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Publisher Date 2000-01-01