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Propagation aspects of mobile spread spectrum networks

Propagation aspects of mobile spread spectrum networks

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Spread spectrum has been adopted as the core radio access method in many of the third-generation (3G) wireless standards, where high capacity networks supporting multimedia-like services are desired. This selection was based on numerous research initiatives conducted both privately within numerous organisations, as well as publicly under initiatives such as the UK DTI LINK programme and the European RACE1 and ACTS2 programmes, addressing the selection of the primary air interface technique for the universal mobile telecommunication system (UMTS). Relevant examples include the RACEII ATDMA and CODIT projects, as well as the UK DTI/SERC LINK CDMA programme. More recently, a body called the Third Generation Partnership Project (3PP) was established with the aim of harmonising the numerous proposals for 3G systems on a global basis. This chapter describes the fundamental aspect of high capacity CDMA cellular network.

Inspec keywords: code division multiple access; radio access networks; spread spectrum communication; cellular radio; 3G mobile communication

Other keywords: UMTS; third-generation wireless standards; RACEII ATDMA; multimedia-like services; primary air interface technique; mobile spread spectrum networks; core radio access method; Third Generation Partnership Project; universal mobile telecommunication system; 3G systems; UK DTI-SERC LINK CDMA Programme; CODIT projects; high-capacity CDMA cellular network

Subjects: Mobile radio systems; Radio access systems; Radiowave propagation; Multiple access communication

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