cochannel interference

cochannel interference

[′kō‚chan·əl ‚in·tər′fir·əns]
(communications)
Interference caused on one communication channel by a transmitter operating in the same channel.
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All of the above mentioned papers have significantly increased our knowledge of performance analysis of HSTCN, however they have concentrated on ideal case without cochannel interference (CCI).
21] Kang An, Min Lin, Jian Ouyang, Yongming Huang and Gan Zheng, "Symbol Error Analysis of Hybrid Satellite-Terrestrial Cooperative Networks With Cochannel Interference," IEEE Communications Letters, vol.
Outage Probability of System with Selection Combining over Correlated Weibull Fading Channels in the Presence of Rayleigh Cochannel Interference // Electronics and Electrical Engineering.
Jakovljevic M Performance analysis of system with selection combining over correlated Weibull fading channels in the presence of cochannel interference // International Journal AEU, In Press.
involved, cochannel interference is minimized, and the same channel can
The caveat to this strategy is that cells sharing the same frequencies must have enough geographic separation to prevent cochannel interference, which occurs when a mobile station simultaneously receives communications from two cell sites.
These techniques are often structured to utilize both the temporal and spatial characteristics of the signals over time and space, and aim to provide some sort of temporal/spatial equalization to mitigate the effects of multipath and cochannel interference.
For analytical tractability, cochannel interference from neighboring macrocells is ignored.
Analytical study on the effect of cochannel interference on partially coherent diversity systems // IEEE Transactions on Communications.
However, it can be said that SC combiner selects the branch with the highest signal-to-interference ratio (SIR) because cochannel interference (CCI) is more significant than the thermal noise in wireless communication systems.