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The 5th International Symposium on Wireless Personal Multimedia Communications
In this paper we compare the pe$ormance of data transmission on the downlink channel of a cellular system when two different interference-reducing techniques are used. The first is the conventional CDMA with closed loop power control with FEC coding and the second is S-ALOHA. In the latter, packets are transmitted in random slots at the fill channel rate, therefore using bandwidth to achieve a random time spreading of packets. Both techniques use retransmissions when error occurs. Thedoi:10.1109/wpmc.2002.1088199 fatcat:2gqhgmzjjvdx5lpopx5lrt34pi