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Signal to interference ratio for CDMA

  1. Jan 31, 2010 #1

    I am doing a project on communications engineering. I've done some background reading on CDMA and spread spectrum technologies such as Direct Sequence and Frequency Hopping. My project supervisor has asked me to find out the equation for the signal to interference ratio of CDMA systems not using frequency hopping or direct sequence. Is this possible? I read articles and books describing CDMA technologies and all of them mentioned either frequency hopping or direct sequence. ( I do have the equation of signal to interference ratio for direct sequence and frequency hopping)

    Any help will be greatly appreciated

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