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Wireless Communications, 2ed (An Indian Adaptation)

Andreas F. Molisch

ISBN: 9789354248795

792 pages

INR 849

Description

Wireless Communications provides an authoritative overview of the principles and applications of mobile communication technology. Combining mathematical descriptions with intuitive explanations of the physical facts, the book provides an in-depth analysis of current treatment of the area, addressing both the traditional elements, such as Rayleigh fading, BER in flat fading channels, and equalization, and emerging topics such as multiuser detection in CDMA systems, MIMO systems, and cognitive radio. Divided into five parts, the book begins with a high level overview of wireless communications, followed by the various aspects of wireless propagation channels and antennas, wireless receivers, multiple access and advanced transceiver schemes, and concludes with standardized wireless systems.

 

PART I INTRODUCTION

1 INTRODUCTION TO WIRELESS SYSTEMS

1.1 History

1.2 Types of Services

1.3 Requirements for the Services

1.4 Economic and Social Aspects

 

2 TECHNICAL CHALLENGES OF WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS

2.1 Multipath Propagation

2.2 Spectrum Limitations

2.3 Limited Energy

2.4 User Mobility

2.5 Noise and Interference

 

PART II WIRELESS PROPAGATION CHANNELS

3 PROPAGATION MECHANISMS

3.1 Free Space Attenuation

3.2 Reflection and Transmission

3.3 Diffraction

3.4 Scattering by Rough Surfaces

3.5 Waveguiding

3.6 Appendices: please see companion website (www.wileyindia.com)

 

4 STATISTICAL DESCRIPTION OF THE WIRELESS CHANNEL

4.1 Introduction

4.2 The Time-Invariant Two-Path Model

4.3 The Time-Variant Two-Path Model

4.4 Small-Scale Fading without a Dominant Component

4.5 Small-Scale Fading with a Dominant Component

4.6 Doppler Spectra and Temporal Channel Variations

4.7 Temporal Dependence of Fading

4.8 Large-Scale Fading

4.9 Appendices: please see companion website (www.wileyindia.com)

 

5 WIDEBAND AND DIRECTIONAL CHANNEL CHARACTERIZATION

5.1 Introduction

5.2 The Causes of Delay Dispersion

5.3 System-Theoretic Description of Wireless Channels

5.4 The WSSUS Model

5.5 Condensed Parameters

5.6 Ultra Wideband Channels

5.7 Directional Description

5.8 Appendices: please see companion website (www.wileyindia.com)

 

6 CHANNEL MODELS

6.1 Introduction

6.2 Narrowband Models

6.3 Wideband Models

6.4 Directional Models

6.5 Deterministic Channel-Modeling Methods

6.6 Appendices: please see companion website (www.wileyindia.com)

 

7 CHANNEL SOUNDING

7.1 Introduction

7.2 Time-Domain Measurements

7.3 Frequency Domain Analysis

7.4 Modified Measurement Methods

7.5 Directionally Resolved Measurements

7.6 Appendices: please see companion website (www.wileyindia.com)

 

8 ANTENNAS

8.1 Introduction

8.2 Antennas for Mobile Stations

8.3 Antennas for Base Stations

 

PART III TRANSCEIVERS AND SIGNAL PROCESSING

9 STRUCTURE OF A WIRELESS COMMUNICATION LINK

9.1 Transceiver Block Structure

9.2 Simplified Models

 

10 MODULATION FORMATS

10.1 Introduction

10.2 Basics

10.3 Important Modulation Formats

10.4 Appendices: please see companion website (www.wileyindia.com)

 

11 DEMODULATION

11.1 Demodulator Structure and Error Probability in Additive White Gaussian Noise Channels

11.2 Error Probability in Flat-Fading Channels

11.3 Error Probability in Delay- and Frequency-Dispersive Fading Channels

 

12 DIVERSITY

12.1 Introduction

12.2 Microdiversity

12.3 Macrodiversity and Simulcast

12.4 Combination of Signals

12.5 Error Probability in Fading Channels with Diversity Reception

12.6 Transmit Diversity

12.7 Appendices: please see companion website (www.wileyindia.com)

 

13 CHANNEL CODING AND INFORMATION THEORY

13.1 Fundamentals of Coding and Information Theory

13.2 Block Codes

13.3 Convolutional Codes

13.4 Trellis Coded Modulation

13.5 Bit Interleaved Coded Modulation (BICM)

13.6 Turbo Codes

13.7 Low Density Parity Check Codes

13.8 Coding for the Fading Channel

13.9 Information-Theoretic Performance Limits of Fading Channels

13.10 Appendices: please see companion website (www.wileyindia.com)

 

14 EQUALIZERS

14.1 Introduction

14.2 Linear Equalizers

14.3 Decision Feedback Equalizers

14.4 Maximum Likelihood Sequence Estimation – Viterbi Detector

14.5 Comparison of Equalizer Structures

14.6 Fractionally Spaced Equalizers

14.7 Blind Equalizers

14.8 Appendices: please see companion website (www.wileyindia.com)

 

PART IV MULTIPLE ACCESS AND ADVANCED TRANSCEIVER SCHEMES

15 MULTIPLE ACCESS AND THE CELLULAR PRINCIPLE

15.1 Introduction

15.2 Frequency Division Multiple Access

15.3 Time Division Multiple Access

15.4 Packet Radio

15.5 Duplexing

15.6 Principles of Cellular Networks

15.7 Appendices: please see companion website (www.wileyindia.com)

 

16 SPREAD SPECTRUM SYSTEMS

16.1 Frequency Hopping Multiple Access (FHMA)

16.2 Code Division Multiple Access  

16.3 Cellular Code-Division-Multiple-Access Systems

16.4 Multiuser Detection

16.5 Time Hopping Impulse Radio

16.6 Appendix

 

17 ORTHOGONAL FREQUENCY DIVISION MULTIPLEXING (OFDM)

17.1 Introduction

17.2 Principle of Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing

17.3 Implementation of Transceivers

17.4 Frequency-Selective Channels

17.5 Channel Estimation

17.6 Peak-to-Average Power Ratio

17.7 Inter Carrier Interference

17.8 Adaptive Modulation and Capacity

17.9 Multiple Access – OFDMA

17.10 Multicarrier Code Division Multiple Access

17.11 Single-Carrier Modulation with

 

18 MULTIANTENNA SYSTEMS

18.1 Smart Antennas

18.2 Multiple Input Multiple Output Systems

18.3 Multiuser MIMO

 

19 COGNITIVE RADIO

19.1 Problem Description

19.2 Cognitive Transceiver Architecture

19.3 Principles of Interweaving

19.4 Spectrum Sensing

19.5 Spectrum Management

19.6 Spectrum Sharing

19.7 Overlay

19.8 Underlay Hierarchical Access – Ultra Wide Bandwidth System Communications

 

20 RELAYING, MULTI-HOP, AND COOPERATIVE COMMUNICATIONS

20.1 Introduction and Motivation

20.2 Fundamentals of Relaying

20.3 Relaying with Multiple, Parallel Relays

20.4 Routing and Resource Allocation in Multi-Hop Networks

20.5 Routing and Resource Allocation in Collaborative Networks

20.6 Applications

20.7 Network Coding

20.8 Appendices: please see companion website (www.wileyindia.com)

 

PART V STANDARDIZED WIRELESS SYSTEMS

21 GSM – GLOBAL SYSTEM FOR MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS

21.1 Historical Overview

21.2 System Overview

21.3 The Air Interface

21.4 Logical and Physical Channels

21.5 Synchronization

21.6 Coding

21.7 Equalizer

21.8 Circuit-Switched Data Transmission

21.9 Establishing a Connection and Handover

21.10 Services and Billing

21.11 Appendices: please see companion website (www.wileyindia.com)

 

22 IS-95 AND CDMA 2000

22.1 Historical Overview

22.2 System Overview

22.3 Air Interface

22.4 Coding

22.5 Spreading and Modulation

22.6 Logical and Physical Channels  

22.7 Handover

22.8 Appendices: please see companion website (www.wileyindia.com)

 

23 WCDMA/UMTS

23.1 Historical Overview

23.2 System Overview

23.3 Air Interface

23.4 Physical and Logical Channels

23.5 Speech Coding, Multiplexing, and Channel Coding

23.6 Spreading and Modulation

23.8 Appendices: please see companion website (www.wileyindia.com)

23.A Glossary for WCDMA

 

24 3GPP LONG-TERM EVOLUTION

24.1 Introduction

24.2 System Overview

24.3 Physical Layer

24.4 Logical and Physical Channels

24.5 Physical Layer Procedures

24.6 LTE-A: An Overview

24.7 Appendices: please see companion website (www.wileyindia.com)

 

25 5G MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS

25.1 Introduction

25.2 Overview of 5G Networks

25.3 Massive MIMO Communications

25.4 Millimeter-Wave Communications

25.5 D2D Communications over 5G

25.6 M2M Communications over 5G

 

26 WIMAX/IEEE 802.16

26.1 Introduction

26.2 System Overview

26.3 Modulation and Coding

26.4 Logical and Physical Channels

26.5 Multiple-Antenna Techniques

26.6 Link Control

26.7 Appendices: please see companion website (www.wileyindia.com)

26.A Glossary for WiMAX

 

27 WIRELESS LOCAL AREA NETWORKS

27.1 Introduction

27.2 802.11a/g – Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing-Based Local Area Networks

27.3 IEEE 802.11n

27.4 Packet Transmission in 802.11 Wireless Local Area Networks

27.5 Alternative Wireless Local Area Networks and Future Developments

27.6 Appendices: please see companion website (www.wileyindia.com)

27.A Glossary for WLAN

 

Exercises

Further Reading

 

APPENDIX: OBJECTIVE QUESTIONS

REFERENCES

INDEX

 

 

 

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