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Link level performance of a multicarrier CDMA based device-to-device integrated OFDMA cellular system

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Link level performance of a multicarrier CDMA based device-to-device integrated OFDMA cellular system. / Xing, Hongnian; Renfors, Markku.

European Wireless Conference 2016, EW 2016. VDE, 2016. s. 338-343.

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Xing, H & Renfors, M 2016, Link level performance of a multicarrier CDMA based device-to-device integrated OFDMA cellular system. julkaisussa European Wireless Conference 2016, EW 2016. VDE, Sivut 338-343, EUROPEAN WIRELESS CONFERENCE, 1/01/00.

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Xing, H., & Renfors, M. (2016). Link level performance of a multicarrier CDMA based device-to-device integrated OFDMA cellular system. teoksessa European Wireless Conference 2016, EW 2016 (Sivut 338-343). VDE.

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Xing H, Renfors M. Link level performance of a multicarrier CDMA based device-to-device integrated OFDMA cellular system. julkaisussa European Wireless Conference 2016, EW 2016. VDE. 2016. s. 338-343

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Xing, Hongnian ; Renfors, Markku. / Link level performance of a multicarrier CDMA based device-to-device integrated OFDMA cellular system. European Wireless Conference 2016, EW 2016. VDE, 2016. Sivut 338-343

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