Effect of co-phasing diversity on CDMA downlink capacity
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The impact of distributed antennas using co-phasing transmission diversity on downlink CDMA channels is examined. An expression is derived that demonstrates that uniform downlink signal-to-interference ratio across users can be achieved by appropriately weighting the distribution of transmit powers across distributed antennas. The capacity of a downlink CDMA system employing distributed antennas with optimum power allocation is then found by simulation.
|Creators||Tong, F., Atkinson, R. C., Glover, I., Pennock, S. R. and Shepherd, P. R.|
|Uncontrolled Keywords||downlink cdma channels, uniform downlink signal-to-interference ratio, cdma downlink capacity, co-phasing transmission diversity, optimum power allocation, distributed antennas|
|Departments||Faculty of Engineering & Design > Electronic & Electrical Engineering|
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