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How to compare between CDMA and OFDMA?

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If you can give me good paper that's also fine...
 

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We know that CDMA and OFDMA are multiple access schemes.
THey both are applicable in different scenarios. CDMA is used for flatfading channel..while OFDMA in frequency selective..bith are highly suitable in their environment..for example CDMA achieves channel capacity for MAC in flat fading channels..MC_CDMA is a combination of CDMA and OFDMA used for ISI channels...
 

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darock said:
We know that CDMA and OFDMA are multiple access schemes.
THey both are applicable in different scenarios. CDMA is used for flatfading channel..while OFDMA in frequency selective..bith are highly suitable in their environment..for example CDMA achieves channel capacity for MAC in flat fading channels..MC_CDMA is a combination of CDMA and OFDMA used for ISI channels...

Thanks for your discussion, I gave u 3 points for that but I will talk more about it later, just stay tuned!
 

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Both are entirely diffrernt technologies
 

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