Design and Evaluation of an RRA Scheme for Voice-Data Channel Access in Outdoor Microcellular Wireless Environments
Personal communication services (PCS) embodies the notion that access to land based public networks should reside with the individual rather than with a fixed location (e.g., a wall phone jack), thereby allowing any user to initiate or accept calls from anywhere. An overview of PCS is provided in  and a survey of the research and development in PCS can be found in .
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