Multiple Access Technique for Cellular Wireless Networks
Multiple access is the technique that multiple signals simultaneously access the same terminal, i.e., a base station, or one terminal simultaneously transmit multiple signals to different user terminals. Different resources, i.e., time, frequency, code, etc., can be assigned to different signals to avoid or reduce the multiple access interferences (MAC).
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