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Layered Description and Implementation of CDMA Protocols

  • B. Martin
Conference paper

Abstract

This paper presents a layered description and the related implementation of CDMA protocols.

Firstly, it shows a protocol stack and a signaling protocol compatible with the IS-95 standard. Since the IS-95 standard doesn’t follow usual layered architecture, it is reconsidered and re-structured. The resulting model includes interfaces for compatibility with UMTS and also broadband systems. It allows integration of packets and high data rate services.

Secondly, the paper describes the Call Admission Controller, for speech, low data rate, high data rate and bursty data services. Particularly, bursty data service introduces the problem of evaluating a traffic model and the time-varying interference.

Finally, a real time demonstrator implementation is described.

Keywords

Medium Access Control Mobile Station Physical Layer Code Division Multiple Access Mobility Management 
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References

  1. 1.
    Proposed CDMA PCS Standard, JTC(AIR)/94.09.23 - 022R4, PN-3384, Personal Station-Base Station Compatibility Requirements for 1.8 to 2.0 Ghz Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) Personal Communications Systems, (IS-95)Google Scholar
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    PN -3539 to be published as IS-634 revision A, Ballot Version - 20 April 1997Google Scholar
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    ITU-T Z.100 Programming languages - CCITT Specification and Description Language (SDL), 03/93Google Scholar
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    Admission Control, a Radio Resource Optimisation Technique, RACE Mobile Telecommunications Workshop, Amsterdam - May 17–19, 1994Google Scholar

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© Springer-Verlag London Limited 1998

Authors and Affiliations

  • B. Martin
    • 1
  1. 1.Alcatel TelecomNanterreFrance

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