Multicell CDMA Network Design

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This article discusses multicell CDMA network design.

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Creation Date: May 2001
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  • Creation: May 2001
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This article discusses multicell CDMA network design.

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Abstract: Traditional design rules for cellular networks are not directly applicable to code division multiple access (CDMA) networks where intercell interference is not mitigated by cell placement and careful frequency planning. For transmission quality requirements, a minimum signal-to-interface ratio (SIR) must be achieved. The base-station location, its pilot-signal power (which determines the size of the cell), and the transmission power of the mobiles all affect the received SIR. In addition, because of the need for power control in CDMA networks, large cells can cause a lot of interference to adjacent small cells, posing another constraint to design. In order to maximize the network capacity associated with a design, we develop a methodology to calculate the sensitivity of capacity to base-station location, pilot-signal power, and transmission power of each mobile. To alleviate the problem caused by difference cell sizes, we introduce the power compensation factor, by which the nominal power of the mobiles in every cell is adjusted. We then use the calculated sensitivities in an iterative algorithm to determine the optimal locations of the base stations, pilot-signal powers, and power compensation factors in order to maximize capacity. We show examples of how networks using these design techniques provide higher capacity than those designed using traditional techniques.

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12 p.

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Keyword(s): capacity optimization | cell design | code division multiple access | location design | power compensation
Source: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Transactions on Vehicular Technology, 2001, New York: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, pp. 711-722
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Publication Title: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Transactions on Vehicular Technology
Volume: 50
Issue: 3
Page Start: 711
Page End: 722
Peer Reviewed: Yes