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W-CDMA reuse factor

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    bpong
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    Hi anyone familiar with WCDMA? I need to know that since the reuse factor is 1, will there still be any adjacent interference occuring?

    #39123 Reply
    bpong
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    seems that not many discussion on wcdma here in this forum. Anyone knows a better technical site for wcdma?

    #39124 Reply
    Dennis
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    In DL direction is solved that signal is multiplied by scrambling code that code is unique for Node B. In UL each mobile gets at the beginnig of communication unique scrambling code assigned by RNC.

    #39125 Reply
    Palani
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    Some questions:
    1) for wdma, is uplink more constraint than downlink?
    2) for pilot, power is 30dbm, but for TCH, power is 43dbm (dependent on eqpt), true?

    #39126 Reply
    waleed
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    yes i agree with you because uplink power of handheld mobile normaly maxpwr 2 watts,while downlink transcievers can deliver 47dBm.

    #39127 Reply
    Palani
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    Why in 3G, pilot power is only 30dbm, while its TCH 43dbm?

    #39128 Reply
    Red_Satan
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    Hi Palani,

    In 3G system, Pilot power is not only 30dbm. It is depend on your networks configuration (This is urban area for example)
    With my networks, it is still 43dbm.

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