Interference Margin for CDMA

In determining RF coverage in CDMA systems, the effect of interference generated from the serving cell as well as the neighboring cells must be considered, this is in contrast to...
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Defination and work of Eb/No in CDMA

Eb/No corresponds to energy per bit over interference plus noise density for a given target FER (typical FER target is 1%). In digital communications, it is customary to designate one-sided...
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CDMA Forward Channel Carrier Power

CDMA forward channel carrier power varies greatly depending on how many traffic channels are in use, the characteristics of the users voices, the Forward Power Control settings as requested by...
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What is Antenna Beamwidth ?

Antenna beamwidth is measured in degrees between the half power points (3 dB) of the major lobe of the antenna, Beamwidth can be expressed in terms of azimuth (horizontal or...
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Global Positioning System – GPS

The Global Positioning System (GPS) is a radio-navigation system that employs RF transmitters in 24 satellites. The satellite configuration when completed will guarantee that a GPS receiver located anywhere on...
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How Antenna Downtilting selection for cdma ?

Downtilting is the method of effectively adjusting the vertical radiation pattern of the antenna to increase the amount of power radiated downwards. Downtilting can be used to increase the amount...
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Voltage Standing Wave Ratio and Return Loss

Voltage Standing Wave Ratio Voltage Standing Wave Ratio (VSWR) is another parameter used to describe an antenna performance. It deals with the impedance match of the antenna feed point to...
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Vocoder: A Voice Compression in CDMA

When we talk, we pause between syllables and words. CDMA takes advantage of these pauses in speech activity. Analog to digital conversion The voice signal is converted to a digital...
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Definition of Forward Channel in CDMA

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CDMA Spatial Diversity

Diversity Reception: Multiple Antennas at Base Station Each Antenna is Affected by Multipath Differently Due to Their Different Location Allows Selection of the Signal Least Affected by Multipath Fading If...
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Vocoders and its Type in CDMA

Vocoders Human voice is made up of a combination of voiced and unvoiced sounds Vocoders exploit these properties of speech production mechanism Vocoders do not respond to music, non-human sounds...
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Why IP Addresses? Why private and public both IP address needed?

IP Networks use Routers to do the switching based on IP addresses, Layer 3 routing protocols like BGP or OSPF an Ethernet networks use 48 bit MAC addresses Spanning Tree...
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