Introduction: The capacity of CDMA systems is interference limited.

Any reduction in the interference will cause a linear increase in the capacity of CDMA.The link performance for each user increases as the number of users decreases. The directional antennas receive signals from only a fraction of the current users, thus leading to the reduction of interference.Another way of increasing CDMA capacity is to operate in a discontinuous transmission mode (DTX), where advantage is taken of the intermittent nature of speech Evaluation the capacity of CDMA system: The voice signals have a duty factor of about 3/8 in landline networks [Bra68], and 1/2 for mobile systems, where background noise and vibration can trigger voice activity detectors. The average capacity of a CDMA system can be increased by a factor inversely proportional to the duty factor.CDMA ....

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