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Feasibility of adding a personal communications network to an existing fixed-service microwave system

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2 Author(s)
Ywh-Ren Tsai ; Lab. of Transmission Technol., Telecommun. Lab., Taoyuan, Taiwan ; Jin-Fu Chang

This paper examines the feasibility of adding a personal communication network (PCN) to a frequency band which is already allocated to fixed-service microwave systems. To achieve this goal, spread spectrum techniques are used to spread narrowband PCN signals into wideband. The forward and reverse link performance of PCN users under the influence of the microwave system and the influence of PCN users on the microwave system are both examined. It is proven that spectrum sharing between the PCN network and microwave systems is indeed feasible. Although our analysis is done based upon the consideration of only one microwave system, it can be easily extended to allow the appearance of two or more microwave systems

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Communications, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:44 ,  Issue: 1 )