Interference in Air to Ground CDMA Cellular Systems

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Title: Interference in Air to Ground CDMA Cellular Systems
Author: Tarokh, Vahid; Smida, Besma

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Citation: Smida, Besma and Vahid Tarokh. Interference in Air to Ground CDMA Cellular Systems. IEEE Transactions on Communications
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Abstract: For air-to-ground cellular systems with no frequency reuse, we provide an analysis of the inter-cell interference under 3D hexagonal cell planning and a line of sight channel model with no shadowing assumptions. Based on this model, we derive approximate bounds for the inter to intra-cell interference ratio for the air-to-ground link. In addition, we provide upper bounds on the interference and the outage probability for the ground-to-air link. Simulation results demonstrate that our approximations are extremely tight.
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Citable link to this page: http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:HUL.InstRepos:2293869

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