CDMA (code division multiple access) may be an attractive technique for wireless access to broadband services because of its multiple access simplicity and other appealing features. In order to investigate traffic handling capabilities of a future network providing a variety of integrated services, this paper presents a study of a broadband indoor wireless network supporting high-speed traffic using CDMA multiple access. The results are obtained through the simulation of an indoor environment and the traffic capabilities of the wireless access to broadband 155.5 MHz ATM-SONET networks using the mm-wave band. A distributed system architecture is employed and the system performance is measured in terms of call blocking probability and dropping probability, The impacts of the base station density, traffic load, average holding time, and variable traffic sources on the system performance are examined. The improvement of system performance by implementing various techniques such as handoff, admission control, power control and sectorization are also investigated.

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Persistent URL dx.doi.org/10.1109/49.286671
Journal IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications
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Zhang, C.G. (Chang G.), Hafez, H.M., & Falconer, D.D. (1994). Traffic Handling Capability of a Broadband Indoor Wireless Network Using CDMA Multiple Access. IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, 12(4), 645–653. doi:10.1109/49.286671