Information Theoretic Considerations For Cellular Mobile Radio

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Authors: Lawrence H OzarowShlomo ShamaiAaron D Wyner
Published in: Vehicular Technology Conference
Published in: IEEE Transactions On Vehicular Technology
Year: 1994   
DOI: 10.1109/25.293655
Citations: 684
we present some information theoretic considerations used to determine upper bounds on the information rates that can be reliably transmitted over a two ray propagation path mobile radio channel model , operating in a time division multiplex access \( tdma \) regime , under given decoding delay constraints the sense in which reliability is measured is addressed , and in the interesting eases where the decoding delay constraint plays a significant role , the maximal achievable rate \( capacity \) , is specified in terms of capacity versus outage in this case , no coding capacity in the strict shannon sense exists simple schemes for time and space diversity are examined , and their potential benefits are illuminated from an information theoretic stand point in our presentation , we chose to specialize to the tdma protocol for the sake of clarity and convenience our main arguments and results extend directly to certain variants of other multiple access protocols such as code division multiple access \( cdma \) and frequency division multiple access \( fdma \) , provided that no fast feedback from the receiver to the transmitter is available
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