CDMA Radio with Repeaters

Hardcover | January 18, 2007

byJoseph Shapira

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The book addresses the role of repeaters in the CDMA network, their interaction with the network and the needed integrative design and optimization of the repeater-embedded network. The approach of the book is to develop functional comprehension of the complex radio network, and affinity to the factors dominating the Radio Resource Utilization. Simple models are developed, and field-measured case studies complement the analysis.

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The book addresses the role of repeaters in the CDMA network, their interaction with the network and the needed integrative design and optimization of the repeater-embedded network. The approach of the book is to develop functional comprehension of the complex radio network, and affinity to the factors dominating the Radio Resource Uti...

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This book analyzes the interaction of the CDMA system within a mobile channel environment, emphasizing repeaters, diversities, and other performance-enhancing means. The authors provide a unique and clear description of repeater-embedded networks' planning, design, and optimization in different scenarios. Simple physically-based expres...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:448 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0.04 inPublished:January 18, 2007Publisher:SpringerLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0387263292

ISBN - 13:9780387263298

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Table of Contents

Introduction and Preview.- CDMA Air Interface Overview.- The Mobile Radio Propagation Channel.- Radio Access Related Performance of CDMA Cellular Networks.- Diversity in Transmission and Reception.- Repeaters Design and Tuning in CDMA Networks.- Backhaul for RF Distributed Radio Access Nodes.- Repeater Economics.- Advances in CDMA Repeaters.- Appendix A: Reverse Link Interference in Hetereogeneous Cell Clusters.- Appendix B: Evaluation of the Power Rise Equation.- Appendix C: Orthogonality Factor Through Cell.- Appendix D: System Noise and Dynamic Range.- Appendix E: Envelope Correlation and Power Correlation in Fading Channels.- Appendix F: Eigenvalue Analysis of MRC.- Optimal Sector Beamwidth.- Appendix H: Cellular Bands and Frequency Allocations.