A simplified generic optimum power control scheme for CDMA cellular systems

@article{Nasreddine2004ASG,
  title={A simplified generic optimum power control scheme for CDMA cellular systems},
  author={Jad Nasreddine and Xavier Lagrange},
  journal={IEEE Global Telecommunications Conference Workshops, 2004. GlobeCom Workshops 2004.},
  year={2004},
  pages={414-418}
}
Power control is of great importance in reducing cochannel interference and increasing the capacity of mobile telecommunications systems. The aim of optimum power control procedure is to achieve a maximum carrier-to-interference ratios (CIR) in all active communication links (i.e. CIR balancing). Optimum power control with CIR balancing has been widely studied for frequency-division/time-division multiple access (FDMA/TDMA) cellular systems. In these systems, the CIR-balanced optimum power… CONTINUE READING

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