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Since the interference is related to the capacity and performance of DS/CDMA systems, it is necessary to investigate other-cell-interference characteristics according to the location of a user. In this paper, we specifically analyze the ratio of the intercell interference to the total power received from the own cell in downlink, defined as the other-cell-interference factor, as a function of normalized distance. Additionally, the maximum transmission rate under uniform user distribution throughout the cell is simulated when TDX mode packet scheduling is applied. The results show that a maximum transmission rate up to 7.6 Mbit/s for the privileged user could be supported when the bandwidth is 1.2288 MHz, orthogonality factor is 0.9 and the normalized distance is 0.1.
Wireless Communications and Networking Conference, 2002. WCNC2002. 2002 IEEE (Volume:1 )
Date of Conference: 17-21 Mar 2002