Adding Cells to a CDMA System


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Adding Cells to a CDMA System
1010507Adding Cells to a CDMA SystemWe grow cellular networks by adding cells and, in doing so, increase capacity and revenue. If we plan carefully, the new cells arrive before customer complaints about blocking or poor call quality but not before they are needed. Base stations are expensive, so adding cells too soon decreases net revenue. In addition to adding cells at the right time, we want to add the right type of cell at the right place and engineer the network with the new cell for minimal intercell interference.
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Adam N. Rosenberg: CDMA Capacity and Quality Optimization. Adding Cells to a CDMA System, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2003), AccessEngineering Export