Title page for ETD etd-07102009-040400

Type of Document Master's Thesis
Author Brickhouse, Robert A
URN etd-07102009-040400
Title A study of parasitic cellular frequency reuse
Degree Master of Science
Department Electrical Engineering
Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title
Rappaport, Theodore S. Committee Chair
Reed, Jeffrey Hugh Committee Member
Woerner, Brain D. Committee Member
  • frequency reuse
  • cellular systems
Date of Defense 1995-09-11
Availability unrestricted
Indoor parasitic cellular systems are in-building stand alone cellular networks that use the

concept of simultaneously reusing the frequencies of cellular systems outside the building

for wireless communications inside the building. The objective of this thesis is to

provide an analysis to determine the frequency reuse possible between in-building and

outside cellular systems. The amount of frequency reuse currently available for an urban

office building is presented based on field strength measurements made inside the

building. In addition, this thesis describes the simulation code written which models a

growing cellular system for the purpose of analyzing the effect that a growing cellular

system will have on in-building frequency reuse. Future in-building frequency reuse is

predicted in three month intervals for a time period of six years based on the results of the

simulation code.

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