This text aims to strengthen the reader's knowledge of Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) technology and build an understanding of the technical details and engineering design principles behind the IS-95 digital cellular system standard. It contains nearly 2000 equations and aims to teach techniques to help assess system modulation and convolutional code performance; optimize cellular system and Erlang capacity; design PN code generators for spread-spectrum applications; use masks to control PN code phase offsets for CDMA cells; and control CDMA forward link power allocation to help maximize system capacity.
CDMA Systems Engineering Handbook - Artech House Mobile Communications Library
Hardback (30 Sep 1998)
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