R-PICHReverse Pilot Channel
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To cancel the effect of the other channels (R-FCH, R-DCCH, R-SCHs), the estimator first integrates the output of the long code despreader over sixteen chips on the R-PICH, which are here referred to as a pilot symbol.
The output (transmit) power of each Code Channel is set at the mobile station relative to that of the R-PICH. Therefore, the first task is to determine the output power of the R-PICH, [P.sub.pilot], using open loop power estimation [1].
Based on the output power of the R-PICH, [P.sub.pilot] calculated in Eq.
If the mobile station is transmitting on only one Code Channel in addition to the R-PICH, then the Multiple_Channel_Adjustment_Gain shall be set to zero.
The output power for the Code Channel is further adjusted by RLGAIN_TRAFFIC_PILOTS, which is the gain adjustment of the Reverse Traffic Channel relative to the R-PICH. Similarly, RLGAIN_SCH_PILOT[i]S is the gain adjustment of the R-SCHi relative to the R-PICH, where i is 1 or 2.