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CDMA link capacity for integrated voice/data services in wireless local loop systems

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4 Author(s)
A. M. Safaan ; Nat. Telecommun. Inst., Cairo, Egypt ; A. A. Bassiouni ; M. El-Saeed Nasr ; B. M. Nossier

Wireless local loop (WLL) is an emerging technology that allows rapid connection to the wired network from remote locations. One of the crucial issues for WLL is the system design so that the number of subscribers can be maximized while providing the required quality of service. This paper considers a CDMA link capacity for integrated voice/data services for both omni and sectorized base stations. The effects of the interference factor and cell loading factor on the capacity are shown for different data rates, and combined data services.

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Radio Science Conference, 2004. NRSC 2004. Proceedings of the Twenty-First National

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16-18 March 2004