Wireless Communications : Principles, Theory and Methodology.
Başlık
Wireless Communications : Principles, Theory and Methodology.

ISBNp
9781119113287

Dil
English

Yazar
Zhang, Keith Q. T.

Edisyon
1st ed.

Yayın Bilgileri
New York :
 
John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated,
 
2015.
 
©2014.

Fiziksel Tanımlama
1 online resource (580 pages)

İçerik
Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Table of Contents -- Dedication -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Chapter 1: Introduction -- 1.1 Resources for wireless communications -- 1.2 Shannon's theory -- 1.3 Three challenges -- 1.4 Digital modulation versus coding -- 1.5 Philosophy to combat interference -- 1.6 Evolution of processing strategy -- 1.7 Philosophy to exploit two-dimensional random fields -- 1.8 Cellular: Concept, Evolution, and 5G -- 1.9 The structure of this book -- 1.10 Repeatedly used abbreviations and math symbols -- Problems -- References -- Chapter 2: Mathematical Background -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Congruence mapping and signal spaces -- 2.3 Estimation methods -- 2.4 Commonly used distributions in wireless -- 2.5 The calculus of variations -- 2.6 Two inequalities for optimization -- 2.7 Q-function -- 2.8 The CHF method and its skilful applications -- 2.9 Matrix operations and differentiation -- 2.10 Additional reading -- Problems -- References -- Chapter 3: Channel Characterization -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Large-scale propagation loss -- 3.3 Lognormal shadowing -- 3.4 Multipath characterization for local behavior -- 3.5 Composite model to incorporate multipath and shadowing -- 3.6 Example to illustrate the use of various models -- 3.7 Generation of correlated fading channels -- 3.8 Summary -- 3.9 Additional reading -- Problems -- References -- Chapter 4: Digital Modulation -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Signals and signal space -- 4.3 Optimal MAP and ML receivers -- 4.4 Detection of two arbitrary waveforms -- 4.5 MPSK -- 4.6 M-ary QAM -- 4.7 Noncoherent scheme-differential MPSK -- 4.8 MFSK -- 4.9 Noncoherent MFSK -- 4.10 Bit error probability versus symbol error probability -- 4.11 Spectral efficiency -- 4.12 Summary of symbol error probability for various schemes -- 4.13 Additional reading -- Problems -- References.
 
Chapter 5: Minimum Shift Keying -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 MSK -- 5.3 de Buda's approach -- 5.4 Properties of MSK signals -- 5.5 Understanding MSK -- 5.6 Signal space -- 5.7 MSK power spectrum -- 5.8 Alternative scheme-differential encoder -- 5.9 Transceivers for MSK signals -- 5.10 Gaussian-shaped MSK -- 5.11 Massey's approach to MSK -- 5.12 Summary -- Problems -- References -- Chapter 6: Channel Coding -- 6.1 Introduction and philosophical discussion -- 6.2 Preliminary of Galois fields -- 6.3 Linear block codes -- 6.4 Cyclic codes -- 6.5 Golay code -- 6.6 BCH codes -- 6.7 Convolutional codes -- 6.8 Trellis-coded modulation -- 6.9 Summary -- Problems -- References -- Chapter 7: Diversity Techniques -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Idea behind diversity -- 7.3 Structures of various diversity combiners -- 7.4 PDFs of output SNR -- 7.5 Average SNR comparison for various schemes -- 7.6 Methods for error performance analysis -- 7.7 Error probability of MRC -- 7.8 Error probability of EGC -- 7.9 Average error performance of SC in Rayleigh fading -- 7.10 Performance of diversity MDPSK systems -- 7.11 Noncoherent MFSK with diversity reception -- 7.12 Summary -- Problems -- References -- Chapter 8: Processing Strategies for Wireless Systems -- 8.1 Communication problem -- 8.2 Traditional strategy -- 8.3 Paradigm of orthogonality -- 8.4 Turbo processing principle -- Problems -- References -- Chapter 9: Channel Equalization -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Pulse shaping for ISI-free transmission -- 9.3 ISI and equalization strategies -- 9.4 Zero-forcing equalizer -- 9.5 MMSE linear equalizer -- 9.6 Decision-feedback equalizer (DFE) -- 9.7 SNR comparison and error performance -- 9.8 An example -- 9.9 Spectral factorization -- 9.10 Summary -- Problems -- References -- Chapter 10: Channel Decomposition Techniques -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.2 Channel matrix of ISI channels.
 
10.3 Idea of channel decomposition -- 10.4 QR-decomposition-based Tomlinson-Harashima equalizer -- 10.5 The GMD equalizer -- 10.6 OFDM for time-invariant channel -- 10.7 Cyclic prefix and circulant channel matrix -- 10.8 OFDM receiver -- 10.9 Channel estimation -- 10.10 Coded OFDM -- 10.11 Additional reading -- Problems -- References -- Chapter 11: Turbo Codes and Turbo Principle -- 11.1 Introduction and philosophical discussion -- 11.2 Two-device mechanism for iteration -- 11.3 Turbo codes -- 11.4 BCJR algorithm -- 11.5 Turbo decoding -- 11.6 Illustration of turbo-code performance -- 11.7 Extrinsic information transfer (EXIT) charts -- 11.8 Convergence and fixed points -- 11.9 Statistics of LLRs -- 11.10 Turbo equalization -- 11.11 Turbo CDMA -- 11.12 Turbo IDMA -- 11.13 Summary -- Problems -- References -- Chapter 12: Multiple-Access Channels -- 12.1 Introduction -- 12.2 Typical MA schemes -- 12.3 User space of multiple-access -- 12.4 Capacity of multiple-access channels -- 12.5 Achievable MI by various MA schemes -- 12.6 CDMA-IS-95 -- 12.7 Processing gain of spreading spectrum -- 12.8 IS-95 downlink receiver and performance -- 12.9 IS-95 uplink receiver and performance -- 12.10 3GPP-LTE uplink -- 12.11 m-Sequences -- 12.12 Walsh sequences -- 12.13 CAZAC sequences for LTE-A -- 12.14 Nonorthogonal MA schemes -- 12.15 Summary -- Problems -- References -- Chapter 13: Wireless MIMO Systems -- 13.1 Introduction -- 13.2 Signal model and mutual information -- 13.3 Capacity with CSIT -- 13.4 Ergodic capacity without CSIT -- 13.5 Capacity: asymptotic results -- 13.6 Optimal transceivers with CSIT -- 13.7 Receivers without CSIT -- 13.8 Optimal receiver -- 13.9 Zero-forcing MIMO receiver -- 13.10 MMSE receiver -- 13.11 VBLAST -- 13.12 Space-time block codes -- 13.13 Alamouti codes -- 13.14 General space-time codes.
 
13.15 Information lossless space-time codes -- 13.16 Multiplexing gain versus diversity gain -- 13.17 Summary -- Problems -- References -- Chapter 14: Cooperative Communications -- 14.1 A historical review -- 14.2 Relaying -- 14.3 Cooperative communications -- 14.4 Multiple-relay cooperation -- 14.5 Two-way relaying -- 14.6 Multi-cell MIMO -- 14.7 Summary -- Problems -- References -- Chapter 15: Cognitive Radio -- 15.1 Introduction -- 15.2 Spectrum sensing for spectrum holes -- 15.3 Matched filter versus energy detector -- 15.4 Detection of random primary signals -- 15.5 Detection without exact knowledge of σn2 -- 15.6 Cooperative spectrum sensing -- 15.7 Standardization of CR networks -- 15.8 Experimentation and commercialization of CR systems -- Problems -- References -- Index -- End User License Agreement.

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