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We propose the analytical calculation method of average packet success probability of CDMA Slotted ALOHA systems, which derives accurate probability, and that is applicable to the system with any spreading codes and any amplitude distributions. In the method, we consider the bit-to-bit dependence of amplitude of signals, used spreading sequences, relative timing delays, and relative carrier phases. This bit-to-bit dependence is the case that the parameters above mentioned are constant for a slot time. By using the method to obtain the average packet success probability, we derive useful throughput performance of CDMA Slotted ALOHA systems on fading channel, and show that the normalized throughput becomes worse in the case of larger spreading factor.

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- IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Fundamentals Vol.E84-A No.2 pp.653-659

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- 2001/02/01

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- Spread Spectrum Technologies and Applications

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Masato SAITO, Takaya YAMAZATO, Masaaki KATAYAMA, Akira OGAWA, "Throughput Performance of CDMA Slotted ALOHA Systems Based on Average Packet Success Probability Considering Bit-to-Bit Dependence" in IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Fundamentals,
vol. E84-A, no. 2, pp. 653-659, February 2001, doi: .

Abstract: We propose the analytical calculation method of average packet success probability of CDMA Slotted ALOHA systems, which derives accurate probability, and that is applicable to the system with any spreading codes and any amplitude distributions. In the method, we consider the bit-to-bit dependence of amplitude of signals, used spreading sequences, relative timing delays, and relative carrier phases. This bit-to-bit dependence is the case that the parameters above mentioned are constant for a slot time. By using the method to obtain the average packet success probability, we derive useful throughput performance of CDMA Slotted ALOHA systems on fading channel, and show that the normalized throughput becomes worse in the case of larger spreading factor.

URL: https://global.ieice.org/en_transactions/fundamentals/10.1587/e84-a_2_653/_p

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