- Volume 3 Issue 1
In this paper, an R_ALOHA_CDMA protocol is proposed for voice and data integrated services in the hybrid TDMA/CDMA wireless networks. In the hybrid TDMA/CDMA systems, the backward logical channels are composed of time slots with multiple spreading codes per slot. In the proposed protocol, a voice terminal can reserve a spreading code to transmit voice packets during a talkspurt. On the other hand, whenever a data terminal generates a packet, it transmits the packet through one of the available spreading codes. Throughout the results, it is shown that the system capacity increases in proportion to the number of spreading codes.