DESIGNING A CELLULAR NETWORK USING MULTIPILE ACCESS TECHNIQUE IN THE CITY IPOH, PERAK, MALAYSIA
The design and construction of a cellular network are complex processes that involve the selection and configuration of various components and the support infrastructure. This study aims to provide a net revenue maximizing model for network designers. The integer programming model takes into account various factors such as the cost of doing business, the availability of bandwidth, and the revenue potential of each customer area. It then takes into account the locations and sizes of each cell and the channels that it will be allocated. The research provides design and solutions for cell planning and cellular network building. It is specific research and given the spectrum (20 MHz), channel bandwidth (200 kHz), and C/I = 15 dB rate, a select city will need coverage by cells. So, for our research, we chose the startup point, network type, “duplex distance“, Multiple Access (MA), TDMA, and control principles, by knowing our frequencies band for frequency reuse and frequencies’ table building, the cells planning will be based on frequency division (GSM) and code division (WCDMA) because in code division case adjacent base station sites use the same frequencies and the different base stations and users are separated by codes rather than frequencies. We chose GSM 900 and based on our choice provide our solution.
DUPLEX DISTANCE, MA, TDMA, GSM, WCDMA