Design Concerns for Cellular Base Station between CDMA1 and WCDMA Networks
Rana, Md. Masud
Rahaman, D.M. Motiur
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Coexistence of different cellular communication systems that share the same frequency band is becoming one of the most challenging issues. It is important to understand the risk of interference between systems when planning in such environments. As a single cell does not cover whole service area, so the smaller the cell size and the faster the movement of a mobile station through the cell, more handovers of on going cell are required. This proposed paper analyzes potential interference problems between base stations when two different standards such as CDMA1 and WCDMA cellular systems exist in a geographical area. The results show the required distance separation to limit the interference. The calculations are based on certain assumptions, chosen as realistic as possible.
- November 2007