CDMA Capacity and Quality Optimization

Hardcover | March 18, 2003

byAdam Rosenberg, Sid Kemp

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Now that CDMA has been accepted as a key component of worldwide 3G systems, service providers, capacity planners, engineers and technicians need to understand the best methods and tools for maximizing throughput, capacity, and quality. This book provides that expertise.

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Now that CDMA has been accepted as a key component of worldwide 3G systems, service providers, capacity planners, engineers and technicians need to understand the best methods and tools for maximizing throughput, capacity, and quality. This book provides that expertise.

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UNLOCK THE SECRETS OF CDMA* Optimize the radio, telephony, and data components of CDMA cellular networks* Implement or upgrade to all flavors of CDMA—cdmaOne, cdma2000, W-CDMA, and the newest TD-SCDMA* Maximize capacity, throughput, and voice and data quality for 2.5G and 3G CDMA cellular telephone networksPOWER UP CDMA With this essen...

Adam N. Rosenberg is an industrial mathematician who has worked in wireless and landline telephony, airline planning, railroad line optimization, used car value prediction, printed circuit board design and manufacture, image processing of flood plain maps, and, currently, hotel revenue management. He worked with the cellular founders ...

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:9.3 × 7.6 × 2 inPublished:March 18, 2003Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Section 1: KEY RADIO CONCEPTS

Chapter 1: Radio Engineering Concepts

Chapter 2: The User Terminal

Chapter 3: The CDMA Mobile System

Chapter 4: The Base Station

Chapter 5: Basic Wireless Telephony

Chapter 6: Analog Wireless Telephony (AMPS)

Chapter 7: TDMA Wireless Telephony (GSM)

Chapter 8: The CDMA Principle

Section 2: STANDARDS FOR CELLULAR SYSTEMS

Chapter 9: General Cellular Standards

Chapter 10: Worldwide CDMA Standards

Section 3: KEY TELEPHONE CONCEPTS

Chapter 11: The PSTN and Telephone Switching

Chapter 12: Telephony Engineering Concepts

Chapter 13: Telephone Transport

Chapter 14: Signaling with SS7

Chapter 15: ANSI-41

Chapter 16: Call States

Section 4: KEY DATA CONCEPTS

Chapter 17: Quality of Service (QoS)

Chapter 18: Speech Coding

Chapter 19: Hybrid Voice-Data Networks

Chapter 20: Short Message Service (SMS)

Chapter 21: Wireless Data Service

Section 5: CAPACITY AND QUALITY PRINCIPLES

Chapter 22: Capacity and Quality Tradeoffs

Chapter 23: Traffic Engineering for Voice and Data

Chapter 24: Switching Capacity

Chapter 25: ANSI-41 Signaling Capacity

Chapter 26: Capacity Calculations for Cellular Networks

Chapter 27: Conventional Reuse Principles

Chapter 28: CDMA Principles for Multicellular Systems

Chapter 29: CDMA Data Capacity Principles

Chapter 30: Capacity Issues Specific to CDMA

Section 6: PLANNING FOR CDMA CAPACITY

Chapter 31: Estimating Wireless Telephone Demand

Chapter 32: Planning Locations for Base Stations

Chapter 33: Base Station Planning

Chapter 34: Mobile Switching Center (MSC) Planning

Chapter 35: Backhaul Planning

Chapter 36: Signaling Capacity Planning

Chapter 37: MSC Transport Planning

Chapter 38: Special Situations

Section 7: INCREASING CAPACITY

Chapter 39: Measuring System Performance for Growth

Chapter 40: Turning Your Complaints into Useful Data

Chapter 41: Increasing Capacity of a Base Station

Chapter 42: Adding Cells to a CDMA Station

Chapter 43: Mobile Switching Center (MSC) Growth

Chapter 44: Adding Transport

Chapter 45: Regional Growth in a Specific Area

Section 8: MODELING FOR CDMA

Chapter 46: Business-Case Models

Chapter 47: Propagation Models

Chapter 48: Subscriber Traffic Modeling

Section 9: CONCLUSION

Chapter 49: CDMA Now and in the Future

Appendix A: Acronyms

Appendix B: Physical Units

Glossary

References

Index

About the Authors