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The Cellular System
Goal of the Chapter
In cellular system, the available radio spectrum is limited
E.g., because of regulatory issues
Hence, the number of simultaneous call supported is limited
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Overview of Wireless Communications
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Interferences can cause:
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Large-Scale Path Loss
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Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Goals of the Chapter
Radio channels are random and difficult to an
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