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On the Resource Allocation Strategy for an OV-CDMA Based Multirate System

  title={On the Resource Allocation Strategy for an OV-CDMA Based Multirate System},
  author={Elie Inaty},
This paper addresses the problem of resource allocation in a multiservice overlapped code division multiple access (OV-CDMA) system. A joint transmission power and overlapping coefficient (transmission rate) allocation strategy is provided via the solution of a constrained convex quadratic optimization problem. The solution of this problem maximizes the aggregate throughput subject to peak transmission power constraints. The optimization problem is solved in a closed form, and the resource… 

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