Next Generation Wireless Systems and Networks

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John Wiley & Sons, 1. mai 2006 - 512 pages
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Next Generation Wireless Systems and Networks offers anexpert view of cutting edge Beyond 3rd Generation (B3G)wireless applications. This self-contained reference combines thebasics of wireless communications, such as 3G wireless standards,spread spectrum and CDMA systems, with a more advanced levelresearch-oriented approach to B3G communications, eliminating theneed to refer to other material.

This book will provide readers with the most up-to-datetechnological developments in wireless communicationsystems/networks and introduces the major 3G standards, such asW-CDMA, CDMA2000 and TD-SCDMA.  It also includes a focus oncognitive radio technology and 3GPP E-UTRA technology; areas whichhave not been well covered elsewhere.

  • Covers many hot topics in the area of next generation wirelessfrom the authors’ own research, including: Bluetooth, all-IPwireless networking, power-efficient and bandwidth-efficientair-link technologies, and multi-user signal processing in B3Gwireless
  • Clear, step-by-step progression throughout the book willprovide the reader with a thorough grounding in the basic topicsbefore moving on to more advanced material
  • Addresses various important topics on wireless communicationsystems and networks that have emerged only very recently, such asSuper-3G technology, 4G wireless, UWB, OFDMA and MIMO
  • Includes a wealth of explanatory tables and illustrations

This essential reference will prove invaluable to seniorundergraduate and postgraduate students, academics and researchers.It will also be of interest to telecommunications engineers wishingto further their knowledge in this field.

 

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Contents

1 Introduction
1
2 Fundamentals of Wireless Communications
19
3 3G Mobile Cellular Technologies
117
4 Wireless Data Networks
205
5 AllIP Wireless Networking
237
6 Architecture of B3G Wireless Systems
249
7 Multiple Access Technologies for B3G Wireless
267
8 MIMO Systems
331
A Orthogonal Complementary Codes PG 8 512
427
B MAI in Asynchronous Flat Fading UWB Channel
433
C MI in Asynchronous Modified SV UWB Channel
439
D Proof of Equation 844
443
E Properties of Orthogonal Complementary Codes
445
F Proof of Equation 866
447
Bibliography
449
Index
481

9 Cognitive Radio Technology
361
10 EUTRAN 3GPPs Evolutional Path to 4G
397

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Professor Hsiao-Hwa Chen is the Director of the Institute ofCommunications Engineering at the National Sun Yat-Sen University,Tawian.

Professor Mohsen Guizani is currently an AssociateProfessor at the Electrical and Computer Engineering department ofthe University of Missouri-Columbia. Prior to joining theUniversity, he was with the Faculty of Computer EngineeringDepartment at the University of Petroleum and Minerals, SaudiArabia. His research interests include Computer Networks, OpticalInterconnection Networks for Massively Parallel Computers, Designand Analysis of high-speed network protocols, performanceevaluation of computer systems, and wireless communications andnetworking. He served as a guest editor in the InternationalJournal of Computer Systems and Networks, special issue on "ATMSwitching/Networking Architectures and Performance", a guest editorof a special issue in the INFORMATICA Journal on "Design Issues ofGigabit Networking", and a guest editor of a special issue of theInternational Journal of Communication Systems on "Wireless LocalLoops and Wireless ATM Networks".

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