Uplink user capacity in a CDMA system with hotspot microcells: effects of finite transmit power and dispersion

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This paper examines the uplink user capacity in a two-tier code division multiple access (CDMA) system with hotspot microcells when user terminal power is limited and the wireless channel is finitely-dispersive. A finitely-dispersive channel causes variable fading of the signal power at the output of the RAKE receiver. First, a two-cell system composed. of… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/TWC.2006.1611065

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@article{Kishore2006UplinkUC, title={Uplink user capacity in a CDMA system with hotspot microcells: effects of finite transmit power and dispersion}, author={Shalinee Kishore and Larry J. Greenstein and H. Vincent Poor and Stuart C. Schwartz}, journal={IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications}, year={2006}, volume={5}, pages={417-426} }