To achieve a user data rate of 20 Mbit/s in the high performance local area network (HIPERLAN) system operating in indoor environments, channel equalization must be used to mitigate the effects of multipath propagation. If, however, the indoor channel impulse response length is too long, then the multipath power outside of the equalisation capability of the equalizer acts as a form of self interference. Moreover, co-channel interference may also be present at the detector input. Considering these two effects as well as the rms delay spread, this paper derives analytical expressions for the probability of outage.
|Number of pages||9|
|Journal||Wireless Personal Communications|
|Publication status||Published - 1996|
- Co-channel interference
- Indoor wireless systems
- Self-interference outage