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what are the criteria to decide contiguous carriers? the amount of spectrum that a mobile network operator owns, the amount of data you want to transmit, and a commercially-motivated decision by the network to combine multiple component carriers for you. So, all in all, not a signal processing, but a system and spectrum utilization as well as a financial ...


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The answer is Shannon's limit, which is given by:. $C = B log_2 (1 + γ)$ where $C$ is the “capacity,” or maximum error-free data rate, $B$ is the bandwidth of the channel, and $γ$ is the SNR (or SINR). As received signal power increases, the Signal to Noise Ratio (SNR), $\gamma$, increases, since SNR is the ratio of signal power to the noise power. If $\...


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