publication . Conference object . 2005

user context aware base station power flow model

Walsh, B.; Ronan Farrell;
Open Access
  • Published: 01 Jan 2005
  • Publisher: IEE
  • Country: Ireland
Abstract
At present the testing of power amplifiers within base station transmitters is limited to testing at component level as opposed to testing at the system level. While the detection of catastrophic failure is possible, that of performance degradation is not. This paper proposes a base station model with respect to transmitter output power with the aim of introducing system level monitoring of the power amplifier behaviour within the base station. Our model reflects the expected output levels of second or third generation CDMA base stations conforming to the Open Base Station Architecture Initiative (OBSAI) open base station reference architecture. The simulated ba...
Subjects
arXiv: Computer Science::Networking and Internet Architecture
free text keywords: Electronic Engineering, Reference architecture, Base station, Base station identity code, Low-power electronics, Transmitter, Amplifier, Engineering, business.industry, business, Open system (systems theory), Cumulative distribution function, Electrical engineering
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publication . Conference object . 2005

user context aware base station power flow model

Walsh, B.; Ronan Farrell;