Analysis of user membership in cellular CDMA networks

TitleAnalysis of user membership in cellular CDMA networks
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication1997
AuthorsSantucci, F., W. Huang, and V. K. Bhargava
Conference NamePersonal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications, 1997. 'Waves of the Year 2000'. PIMRC '97., The 8th IEEE International Symposium on
Pagination750 -754 vol.3
Date Publishedsep.
Keywordsaverage membership switchings per time unit, base station, base stations, cellular CDMA networks, cellular radio, channel model, code division multiple access, direct sequence code division multiple access, electromagnetic wave absorption, fading, fast fading, filter parameters, filtering, filtering theory, handover algorithms, local mean attenuation estimation, log normal distribution, log-normal shadowing, losses, mobile terminal, parameter estimation, performance measures, power control, power control algorithms, probability, propagation losses, radio links, radio networks, radiowave propagation, received pilot signals, signal sequences, signal strength measurements, spread spectrum communication, telecommunication control, user membership

An analysis of the user membership in a cellular CDMA network is proposed. It is based on the estimate of the local mean attenuation on the radio links from a mobile terminal to each of the surrounding base stations. The estimate is carried out through proper filtering of the sequences of signal strength measurements performed on the received pilot signals. Two performance measures are considered: the probability that the best base station will not be selected, and the average number of membership switchings per time unit. Assuming a channel model with log-normal shadowing and fast fading superimposed, it is seen that a proper choice of the filter parameters is required to achieve the lowest values for these performance measures. The results obtained are of interest for handover and power control algorithms


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