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Base Station Processing The BS has to process the received signal periodically in the following way [Holma and Toskala 2000]: It receives one frame, despreads it, and stores it with the sampling frequency given by the highest used data rate of this frame. Note that different data rates and spreading factors may be used during one frame. For each timeslot: (i) the channel impulse response is estimated using the pilots; (ii) the Signalto-Interference Ratio (SIR) is estimated; (iii) power control information is transmitted to the MS; and (iv) power control information from the MS is decoded and transmission power is adapted accordingly. For every second or fourth timeslot: FBI bits are decoded.5 For each 10-ms frame: TFCI information is decoded to get the decoding parameters for the DPDCH. For each interleaver period, which is either 10, 20, 40, or 80 ms: user data transmitted via the DPDCH is decoded. Spreading Codes The uplink uses OVSF codes for spreading. However, they are not used for channelization (distinguishing between users in the uplink). Therefore, different users can use the same spreading codes. As a matter of fact, assignment of spreading codes to the different channels of any MS is prede ned. The DPCCH is always spread with the rst code, the code with index 0, using spreading factor 256. A DPDCH channel is spread using the code with index SF /4, where SF is the spreading factor of the channel. In case multiple data channels are transmitted, the spreading factor is 4, when spreading codes with indices 1, 2, or 3 are used; one code is used for both a channel on the I-branch and a channel on the Q-branch. The spreading factor of a traf c channel may vary from frame to frame. There are additional code selection criteria for the PRACH and PCPCH. Scrambling Codes As mentioned above, signals from different users are distinguished by different scrambling codes. Both short and long codes may be used (see 18). There are no strict rules about when
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be modeled. In earlier chapters we developed path-loss models based on narrowband measurements, and we utilized them in wideband applications as well. As shown in Eq. (3.2.1), received signal strength is an inverse function of the frequency, and therefore the received signal strength at the lower end of the UWB system spectrum can be much higher than that found at the higher end of the spectrum. At this point one might question whether we can still apply narrowband path-loss modeling techniques to UWB radio propagation. Assuming a perfect transmitter ampli er, a perfect antenna with the same gain at all frequencies of an UWB system, and free-space propagation, from Eq. (3.2.1) the received signal strength as a function of frequency is given by Pr (f ) = Pt Gt Gr 4 d
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