Infinite Server Traffic Models for CDMA Cellular Mobile Networks
The aim of this paper is to contribute to the understanding of the teletraffic behaviour of CDMA cellular mobile networks. In particular we examine a technique to assess the reverse link traffic capacity and its sensitivity to various propagation and system parameters.
KeywordsPower Control Mobile Station Outage Probability Code Division Multiple Access Traffic Model
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