Study of the Signal-to-Interface Ratio (SIR) in cellular mobile communications systems

Ch Kalialakis, S. Koukourlis, Th Samaras, J. N. Sahalos

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Abstract

The Signal-to-Interference Ratio (SIR) of analog and digital cellular mobile telecommunication systems is calculated by using a fixed channel pattern to compute the SIR of one cell, called the reference cell. The mean value of the SIR, which is meaningful only for analog systems, uses a model that considers both cochannel and adjacent channel interference. Outage probability, the probability that the desired signal exceeds the interfering one by z dB, describes the SIR of both analog and digital systems.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationTrans Black Sea Reg Symp Appl Electromag
Editors Anon
PublisherIEEE
Publication statusPublished - 1996
EventTrans Black Sea Region Symposium on Applied Electromagnetism - Metsovo, Greece
Duration: 17 Apr 199619 Apr 1996

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OtherTrans Black Sea Region Symposium on Applied Electromagnetism
CityMetsovo, Greece
Period17/04/9619/04/96

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    Kalialakis, C., Koukourlis, S., Samaras, T., & Sahalos, J. N. (1996). Study of the Signal-to-Interface Ratio (SIR) in cellular mobile communications systems. In Anon (Ed.), Trans Black Sea Reg Symp Appl Electromag IEEE.