Adaptive antennas for third generation DS-CDMA cellular systems

GV Tsoulos, MA Beach, SC Swales

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Abstract

This paper considers the performance of a DS-CDMA system which employs adaptive antenna technology at the base station site, for both the umbrella and the micro-cells in a mixed cell structure. The possible advantages from such a deployment are discussed as well as providing propagation measurements in order to validate some of the claims. By exploiting the capabilities of ray tracing to provide the complex channel impulse response, a new adaptive antenna simulation model is presented along with some initial results. These illustrate the potential benefits of adaptive antenna technology when used in conjunction with DS-CDMA
Original languageEnglish
Pages1/1 - 1/5
Publication statusPublished - Dec 1994

Bibliographical note

Sponsorship: George V. Tsouios wishes to thank the Centre for Communications Rescarch (CCR) for his postgraduate bursary. Also, the authors would like to thank Professor J.P. McGeehan for his continuous encouragement and the provision of laboratory facilities. Finally, many thanks to Mr C.M. Simmonds and Mr M.P. Fiaon for their help
during the field trials and G.E. Athansiidou for her help with the Ray Tracing code and the provision of the results

Other identifier: IEE Digest No. 1994/182
Name of Conference: Colloquium on Smart Antennas
Venue of Conference: London, UK

Keywords

  • adaptive antenna arrays

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