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BT-8/]U-11 WIRELESS AND MOBILE COMMUNICATION Paper : ECE-442(E) Time : Three Hoursl [Maximum Marks

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UNIT.I

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Consider a hexagonal cellular wireless network with a frequency reuse 9. The base stations and the mobile units use omni directional antennas with gain 0 dB. Every transmitter has an output power of I Watt, which is assumed the same for both mobile transmitters and base station transmitters. The noise temperature power is No - 120 dBw 'withand the pattr loss is given by a Hata model LP(dB) = 115 + 40 log l0 a where r is the distance in km. ,(i) For a mobile located in the desired cell, find the maximum cell radius R to give a Signal-to-Noise plus Interference Ratio (SNIR = S/I'{o+I) of at least 10 dB

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Assume that the base stations are now placed on the corner of the cells (i.e. three base stations per site) and use l20o sector antennas, find the new maximum cell

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'radius that guarantees the required SNR of l0 dB. Cgnsider only the first tier of interference.

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a . A cluster is a set of celrs such that a 8917/2800/KD/170 2 . (a) (b) Show that the probability density function for short term fading is given by Rayleigh distribution. UNIT-III pattern that covers an area without overlap. and hexagons . . 5. to a point on the earth directly under the satellite: (i) from a LEO sarellire ar an altitude of 500 km.000 km. E a---) Jn.'\ lo=rltr' l. (a) (b) UNIT-II Discuss various diversity techniques used to combat fading. Find the corresponding cumulative distribution function. what is the need of Rake receiver ? Discuss the working . for eaph of the following paths. (ii) from a MEO satellite at an altitude of 12. What is Fast fading and how is it caused ? 3. (a) (b) Calculate the free-space path loss at a frequenqy/ of I GHz. TDMA and SDMA. 4.2.000 km. A cell pattern is a repetitive (o=r.2rr). (iii) from a geostarionary satellite at 36. Examples to cell'patterns are triangles [ o-J'"\ 4)' ( squares 1d = J-2r. a is the area of the cell and d is the distance between the centers of two adjacent cells. Compare FDMA.i of rake receiver. where r \o) is the distance from the mid-point to the edge of a cell (radius).

89t7t2800/KD/170 3 . (ii) Express Q as a function of N for quadratic and triangular cell patterns. ' For hexagonal cells the co-channel reuse rario is e = . (a) Discuss briefly various GSM channels. (iii) Order the three cell patterns in the order of efficiency. (i) Explain what the co-channel reuse ratio e is. Explain queuing of handoff and prioritizing handoff request. UNIT-IV (a) UMTS. Explain the IS-95 CDMA reverse channel in detail. (b) Location (b) Write short notes on the following tracking. respectively.I repetltlve pattern of clusters covers an area without overlap. : 8. where N is the number of cells per cluster. Which type of handoff is used in second generation communication systems ? 7.6N. (a) (b) Discuss the various channel assignment strategies used in mobile communication system. Motivate your answer their 6.