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Başlık:
Smart Antenna Engineering.
ISBNp:
9781596930681
Dil:
English
Yayın Bilgileri:
Norwood :

Artech House,

2005.

©2005.
Fiziksel Tanımlama:
1 online resource (347 pages)
İçerik:
Smart Antenna Engineering -- Contents v -- Preface xiii -- Acknowledgments xvii -- 1 Introduction 1 -- 1.1 Wireless Mobile Communications Systems 1 -- 1.2 Global Mobile Market Growth 3 -- 1.3 Alternatives for Meeting Data Demand 4 -- 1.4 Technology Peak Rates and Throughput 6 -- 1.5 Why Smart Antennas? 7 -- 1.6 Benefits of Smart Antennas 7 -- 1.8 Switched and Fixed Beam Antennas 9 -- 1.9 Adaptive Arrays 10 -- References 11 -- 2 Multiple Access Techniques for 2G and 3G Systems 13 -- 2.1 Introduction 13 -- 2.2 Multiple Access Wireless Communications 14 -- 2.3 Fundamentals of CDMA 21 -- 2.4 Third Generation Systems 36 -- 2.5 Basic CDMA Procedures 49 -- 2.6 CDMA Embedded Cell Capacity 53 -- 2.7 Coverage Versus Capacity Trade-Off 55 -- 2.8 Conclusion 57 -- References 57 -- Selected Bibliography 59 -- 3 Spatial Channel Modeling 61 -- 3.1 Introduction 61 -- 3.2 Radio Environments and Cell Types 63 -- 3.3 The Multipath Channel 64 -- 3.4 Channel Characterization 65 -- 3.5 Path Loss Models 66 -- 3.6 Spatial Channel Modeling 67 -- 3.7 Spatial Channel Model Application in System Simulations 74 -- 3.8 Angle Spread Impact 77 -- References 80 -- Selected Bibliography 81 -- 4 Fixed Beam Smart Antenna Systems 83 -- 4.1 Introduction 83 -- 4.2 Conventional Sectorization 83 -- 4.3 Limitations of Conventional Sectorization 88 -- 4.4 Antenna Arrays Fundamentals 89 -- 4.5 Beamforming 105 -- 4.6 The Butler Matrix 107 -- 4.7 Spatial Filtering with Beamformers 110 -- 4.8 Switched Beam Systems 111 -- 4.9 Multiple Fixed Beam Systems 113 -- 4.10 Adaptive Cell Sectorization in CDMA Systems 114 -- References 116 -- 5 Adaptive Array Systems 117 -- 5.1 Uplink Processing 117 -- 5.2 Downlink Processing 132 -- 5.3 Downlink Beamforming 142 -- 5.4 Conclusion 149 -- References 151 -- Selected Bibliography 152 -- 6 Smart Antenna Receivers and Algorithms for Radio Base Stations 159.

6.1 Reference Signal Methods 159 -- 6.2 Neural Network DOA-Based Beamforming 170 -- 6.3 Angle Spread Impact on Optimum Beamforming 175 -- 6.4 Downlink Beamforming 181 -- 6.5 Vector Rake Receivers 182 -- 6.6 Channel Estimation 183 -- 6.7 Beamforming 184 -- 6.8 Conclusion 185 -- References 186 -- 7 Coverage and Capacity Improvements in 3G Networks 191 -- 7.1 Introduction 191 -- 7.2 Link Budgets and Coverage 192 -- 7.3 Voice Services 197 -- 7.4 Data Applications 203 -- 7.5 Limiting Links for Coverage and Capacity 209 -- 7.6 Smart Antennas Impact on Uplink Coverage and Capacity 211 -- 7.7 Conclusions 226 -- References 227 -- 8 Smart Antennas System Aspects 231 -- 8.1 Introduction 231 -- 8.2 Third Generation Air Interfaces and Protocol Stacks 232 -- 8.3 Physical Layer 233 -- 8.4 Mobile Call States 237 -- 8.5 Mobility Procedures to Support High-Speed Data Transfer 238 -- 8.6 Procedures to Reestablish High-Speed Data Transfer 240 -- 8.8 Pilot Channels 241 -- 8.9 Channels Applicable for Downlink Beamforming 243 -- 8.10 Overview of Major Radio Network Algorithms 244 -- 8.11 System Impact of Advanced Spatial Techniques 247 -- 8.12 Beam Steering/Adaptive Beamforming 258 -- 8.13 Conclusion 261 -- References 262 -- 9 Mobile Stations' Smart Antennas 265 -- 9.1 Introduction 265 -- 9.2 Multiple-Antenna MS Design 268 -- 9.3 Combining Techniques 272 -- 9.4 Adaptive Beamforming or Optimum Combining 272 -- 9.5 RAKE Receiver Size 278 -- 9.6 Mutual Coupling Effects 279 -- 9.7 Dual-Antenna Performance Improvements 280 -- 9.9 Conclusions 286 -- References 287 -- 10 MIMO Systems 289 -- 10.1 Introduction 289 -- 10.2 Principles of MIMO Systems 290 -- 10.3 Transmission Strategies 295 -- 10.4 MIMO Approaches 297 -- 10.5 MIMO Advantages and Key Performance Issues 298 -- 10.6 RF Propagation Characterization 299 -- 10.7 SINR Environment 299 -- 10.8 Spatial Multiplexing 300.

10.9 Conclusion 302 -- References 303 -- List of Acronyms 305 -- About the Author 311 -- Index 313.
Özet:
Whether you are designing for systems based on 2G, 3G, or advanced MIMO technology, you can find the solution you need with this comprehensive reference on applying smart antennas in wireless and mobile communications. The book provides you with a simple yet powerful design methodology that enables you to select the smart antenna approach most suitable for a particular application. Moreover, it offers guidance in designing the appropriate uplink and downlink beamforming algorithms.
Local Note:
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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