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CDMA Systems Capacity Engineering (Artech House Mobile Communications)by Kiseon Kim
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This hands-on practical book tackles CDMA (code division multiple access) capacity engineering, which is crucial to ensuring optimal performance of wireless networks. Examining CDMA capacity at all system levels, this book shows network engineers and operators how to quantify systems capacity so they can design resource management and capacity strategies. It analyzes various critical systems conditions, such as system outages, so CDMA capacity can be properly managed. Case studies and detailed operations scenarios provide practical insight for capacity planing and resource allocation to ensure optimal network performance. Because of the key role CDMA plays in current and third generation cellular systems, this book is also an essential reference for wireless network researchers and planners. A full range of analytic methods for voice, data, and multimedia make this book an indispensable tool for optimizing CDMA systems.
Book News Annotation:
Two professors at the Kwang-Ju Institute of Science and Technology in South Korea analyze the capacity of synchronized code division multiple access (CDMA) communication systems supporting various service classes, the sensitivity of capacity parameters, and the effect of traffic activity on the system capacity. They address radio resource management (RRM) in CDMA systems supporting multiclass services, and examine the Erlang capacity of CDMA systems with the consideration of the limited number of channel elements in base stations as well as without the limitation. The final chapter explores the Erlang capacity of multi-access systems supporting voice and data services according to separate and common operation methods.
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This hands-on practical book tackles CDMA capacity engineering, which is crucial to ensuring optimal performance of wireless networks. This book shows network engineers and operators how to quantify systems capacity so they can design resource management and capacity strategies. A full range of analytic methods for voice, data, and multimedia make this book an indispensable tool for optimizing CDMA systems.
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