CDMA Capacity and Quality Optimization / Edition 1

CDMA Capacity and Quality Optimization / Edition 1

by Adam Rosenberg, Sid Kemp
     
 

ISBN-10: 0071399194

ISBN-13: 9780071399197

Pub. Date: 02/25/2003

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing

Now that CDMA has been accepted as a key component of worldwide 3G systems, service providers, capacity planners, engineers and technicians need to understand the best methods and tools for maximizing throughput, capacity, and quality. This book provides that expertise.

Overview

Now that CDMA has been accepted as a key component of worldwide 3G systems, service providers, capacity planners, engineers and technicians need to understand the best methods and tools for maximizing throughput, capacity, and quality. This book provides that expertise.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780071399197
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
Publication date:
02/25/2003
Series:
Telecom Engineering Series
Pages:
627
Product dimensions:
7.60(w) x 9.30(h) x 2.00(d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgmentsv
A Note on Terminologyxvii
How to Use This Bookxix
1Key Radio Concepts1
1.Radio Engineering Concepts3
2.Radio Signal Quality25
3.The User Terminal33
4.The Base Station49
5.Basic Wireless Telephony63
6.Analog Wireless Telephony (AMPS)71
7.TDMA Wireless Telephony (GSM)81
8.The CDMA Principle87
2.Standards for Cellular Systems109
9.General Cellular Standards111
10.Worldwide CDMA Standards125
3Key Telephony Concepts143
11.The PSTN and Telephone Switching145
12.Telephony Engineering Concepts163
13.Telephone Transport175
14.Signaling with SS7183
15.ANSI-41191
16.Call States207
4Key Data Concepts219
17.Quality of Service (QoS)221
18.Speech Coding235
19.Hybrid Voice-Data Networks247
20.Short Message Service (SMS)257
21.Wireless Data Services267
5Capacity and Quality Principles271
22.Capacity and Quality Tradeoffs273
23.Traffic Engineering for Voice and Data285
24.Switching Capacity303
25.ANSI-41 Signaling Capacity309
26.Capacity Calculations for Cellular Networks317
27.Conventional Reuse Principles331
28.CDMA Principles for Multicellular Systems355
29.CDMA Data Capacity Principles373
30.Capacity Issues Specific to CDMA381
6Planning for CDMA Capacity395
31.Estimating Wireless Telephone Demand397
32.Planning Locations for Base Stations405
33.Base Station Planning419
34.Mobile Switching Center (MSC) Planning437
35.Backhaul Planning447
36.Signaling Capacity Planning455
37.MSC Transport Planning461
38.Special Situations469
7Increasing Capacity475
39.Measuring System Performance for Growth477
40.Turning User Complaints into Useful Data487
41.Increasing Capacity of a Base Station495
42.Adding Cells to a CDMA System501
43.Mobile Switching Center (MSC) Growth509
44.Adding Transport517
45.Regional Growth in a Specific Area523
8Modeling for CDMA531
46.Business-Case Models533
47.Propagation Models543
48.Subscriber Traffic Modeling561
9Conclusion569
49.CDMA Now and in the Future571
Appendix AAcronyms587
Appendix BPhysical Units589
Glossary593
References601
Index603
About the Authors629

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