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Impact of interference on the GPRS multislot link level performance

Gozalvez, J. and Dunlop, J. (2002) Impact of interference on the GPRS multislot link level performance. In: European Wireless 2002, 2002-02-25 - 2002-02-28.

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Abstract

The GPRS link level performance has been usually assessed considering the allocation of a single slot per TDMA frame. However, multiple slots may be allocated to a single user in order to increase the transmission bandwidth. This paper compares the GPRS multislot link level performance under two interference scenarios that can be associated with performance bounds. Numerical results show that the interference pattern can have an impact on the link level performance.