Simulation of cordless communication systems

Simulation of cordless communication systems

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The performance of digital cordless telephones (CTs), currently being developed in the UK, is examined here using computer simulation. This shows the effect of using two different dynamic channel assignment strategies on performance over different operating ranges and user densities.


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