An efficient data transmission policy in an integrated voice-data ds-cdma network
Document typeConference report
PublisherIEEE Vehicular Technology Society
Rights accessOpen Access
CDMA schemes appear to be promising access techniques for coping with the requirements of third-generation mobile systems, mainly because of their flexibility. This paper proposes an adaptive S-ALOHA DS-CDMA access scheme as a method for integrating non-real time (i.e. Internet applications) and real-time (i.e. voice) services, by exploiting the potentials of CDMA under time-varying conditions. The adaptive component terminals autonomously change their transmission rate according to the total (voice+data) channel occupancy, so that the minimum possible data delay is almost always achieved.
CitationSallent, J., Agusti, R. An efficient data transmission policy in an integrated voice-data ds-cdma network. A: IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference. "VTC 1998: 48th Annual Vehicular Technology conference: Westin Hotel, Ottawa, Canada: May 18-21, 1998". ONTARIO: IEEE Vehicular Technology Society, 1998, p. 2393-2397.