Throughput Optimization in Multi-Cell CDMA Networks

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In this paper, the authors investigate the performance of a multi-cell CDMA network by determining the maximum throughput that the network can archive for a given grade-of-service requirement, quality-of-service requirement, network topology and call arrival rate profile.

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Akl, Robert G.; Naraghi-Pour, Mort & Hegde, Manju V. March 2005.

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In this paper, the authors investigate the performance of a multi-cell CDMA network by determining the maximum throughput that the network can archive for a given grade-of-service requirement, quality-of-service requirement, network topology and call arrival rate profile.

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Abstract: In this paper, the authors investigate the performance of a multi-cell CDMA network by determining the maximum throughput that the network can archive for a given grade-of-service requirement, quality-of-service requirement, network topology and call arrival rate profile. The analysis is restricted to the reverse link and accounts for mobility of users between cell. A constrained nonlinear optimization problem is formulated that maximizes the network throughput subject to upper bounds on the blocking probabilities and a lower bound on the bit energy to interference ratio. The goal is to optimize the usage of network resources, provide consistent grade-of-service for all the cells in the network, and maintain a pre-specified quality-of-service. The solution to the optimization problem yields the maximum network throughput as well as the maximum number of calls that should be admitted in each cell for a given topology and call arrival rate profile. Our optimization algorithm yields significantly higher throughput compared with traditional call admission schemes.

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  • Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Wireless Communications, and Networking (WCNC) Conference, 2005, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

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Akl, Robert G.; Naraghi-Pour, Mort & Hegde, Manju V. Throughput Optimization in Multi-Cell CDMA Networks, paper, March 2005; [New York, New York]. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc30823/: accessed December 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT College of Engineering.