CDMA Capacity and Quality Optimization (Telecom Engineering) by Adam Rosenberg

By Adam Rosenberg

Now that CDMA has been approved as a key component to around the globe 3G structures, provider prone, ability planners, engineers and technicians have to comprehend the easiest tools and instruments for maximizing throughput, potential, and caliber. This ebook offers that services.

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Since they do not have to transmit and receive at the same time, GSM mobile telephones can share such components as high-frequency oscillators. Not having to duplicate these components is a cost advantage for the GSM mobile telephone relative to AMPS and CDMA. The demodulator is similar to the modulator. At the lowest level, the forward modulation is the same as the reverse modulation, but some of the other rules in the air interface are not symmetric in the two directions, as we will discuss in Secs.

It also has an amplifier, but one that only needs enough power to produce an internal signal rather than a transmitted radio wave. Even that amplifier uses some battery power, and the receiver is always monitoring the paging channel while the mobile telephone is powered on. Thus GSM and CDMA proscribe a time schedule for paging so that the mobile telephone can conserve more power using discontinuous reception (DRx). The transmitter and receiver share enough technology and components that it makes sense to form them into a single unit, a transceiver.

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