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Evaluation of Innercell and Intercell Interference on CDMA System
Manabu KAWABE Takuro SATO Toshio KATO Atsushi FUKASAWA
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Fundamentals of Electronics, Communications and Computer Sciences
Publication Date: 1994/06/25
Print ISSN: 0916-8508
Type of Manuscript: Special Section PAPER (Special Section of Papers Selected from 1993 Joint Technical Conference on Circuits/Systems, Computers and Communications (JTC-CSCC'93))
CDMA, PCS, microcell, interference,
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In implementing the future Personal Communication Services (PCS), providing a system allowing simultaneous access by many subscribers is of utmost importance. The study of CDMA, as a candidate for the radio access method is being promoted for this purpose. Increasing the CDMA system capacity is determined by; the selection of a spread code having an excellent correlation characteristic; the interference cancellation method and; the method for controlling the power accordance with the near-far problems. In this paper we considered the cellular system, and have analyzed the correlation characteristic by using the PN or Walsh code as the innercell spreading code and the PN or Gold code as the intercell spreading code. We have also analyzed the sysytem capacity in terms of the correlation characteristics for different combinations of these spreading codes. It has been clarified as a result that 40 subscriber channels can be accommodated per cell by using the Walsh code and PN code as the innercell and intercell codes for the forward link (the Base Station (BS) to the Personal Station (PS)) and the PN code as both the innercell and intercell codes for the reverse link (the PS to the BS).