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Accurate packet error rate analysis of variable spreading gain-code division multiaccess and multicode-code division multiaccess wireless communication networks

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3 Author(s)
P. Sedtheetorn ; Department of Electrical Engineering, Mahidol University, Thailand ; K. Hamdi ; L. Wuttisittikuljit

This study presents a system-level theoretical analysis of two different types of multirate code division multiaccess (CDMA) wireless communication systems, which include both variable spreading gain (VSG) CDMA and multicode (MCD) CDMA systems. Based on the accurate interference models, the authors derive unified expressions of the cumulative density function of the signal-to-interference-plus-noise ratio in the cases of both binary and quaternary multirate CDMA schemes. This leads us to achieve new packet error rate expressions, which consider the impacts of bit-to-bit error dependence, optimal power transmissions and random users' distributions, for multirate-slotted packet CDMA systems. The expressions are used to investigate the system-level performance of VSG and MCD-based multicellular CDMA networks over Rayleigh fading environment.

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IET Communications  (Volume:5 ,  Issue: 16 )