Effect of path loss model on CDMA system design for highway microcells

@article{Min1998EffectOP,
  title={Effect of path loss model on CDMA system design for highway microcells},
  author={Sheng Min and Henry L. Bertoni},
  journal={VTC '98. 48th IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference. Pathway to Global Wireless Revolution (Cat. No.98CH36151)},
  year={1998},
  volume={2},
  pages={1009-1013 vol.2}
}
Out-of-cell interference is an important factor in determining the system capacity of CDMA systems. Out-of-cell interference is influenced by propagation parameters such as slope index s of the path loss model, the standard deviation /spl sigma/ of shadow loss, and the correlation coefficients of shadow loss for propagation to the desired base station and to the interfering base station. For line-of-sight (LOS) cells along roadways, propagation may be described by a two slope model that has… CONTINUE READING

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