Code rate optimization for coded packet CDMA cellular networks

TitleCode rate optimization for coded packet CDMA cellular networks
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication1994
AuthorsMueller, A. J., Q. Wang, and V. K. Bhargava
Conference NameUniversal Personal Communications, 1994. Record., 1994 3rd Annual International Conference on
Pagination320 -324
Date Publishedsep.
Keywordsasynchronous transfer mode, ATM, cellular radio, channel symbol error rate, co-channel interference, cochannel interference, code division multiple access, code rate optimization, coded packet CDMA cellular networks, decoded bit error rate, decoding, digital cellular communications, digital radio, error correction, error correction codes, fading, fixed size data packet, forward link, ideal interleaving, ideal power control, interleaved codes, lognormal shadowing channel, multiple access, numerical evaluation, optimisation, personal communication networks, pseudonoise codes, Rayleigh channels, Rayleigh fading channel, redundancy, reverse link, spread spectrum communication, wired multi-media communications
Abstract

Individually, CDMA multiple access for digital cellular communications, and ATM for wired multimedia communications, are receiving much attention. In anticipation of the union of these two technologies, packet based CDMA is studied. In particular, for a fixed size data packet, the effects of code rate on the decoded bit error rate is investigated. By increasing the redundancy for error correction, more errors can be corrected; however, more co-channel interference is introduced. Through the analysis of the trade-off between redundancy and co-channel interference, it will be shown that an optimum code rate exists. For a Rayleigh fading and lognormal shadowing channel with ideal power control and ideal interleaving, the channel symbol error rate for the forward and reverse link is derived. Using these expressions, an upper bound on the decoded bit error rate is determined. Performing a numerical evaluation, some results are provided

URLhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1109/ICUPC.1994.383144
DOI10.1109/ICUPC.1994.383144

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