Adaptive PHY-MAC Design for Broadband Wireless Systems

Adaptive PHY-MAC Design for Broadband Wireless Systems

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The next generation mobile communication networks (4G) have the challenging target of The next generation mobile communication networks (4G) have the challenging target of providing a peak data rate of 1 Gigabit per second local area and 100 Megabit per second wide area. The ability to offer such high data rates in 100MHz bandwidth requires overall a very high spectral efficiency, and hence the need for multi-antenna techniques (MIMO) with spatial multiplexing, fast dynamic link adaptation and packet scheduling, wideband access techniques, and most likely non-contention based spectrum sharing among multiple operators. Many of these required technology components and techniques are well researched and established. Adaptive PHY-MAC Design for Broadband Wireless Systems explains how one can integrate and optimise their use in providing the target cell data rates with high availability. The authors address the ability to cope with interference and enhanced physical layer processing, and simultaneously, the multifaceted system level design. Focus is also on the selection of technology components and techniques, which leads to the highest spectral efficiency and peak data rate availability with reasonable Quality of Service (QoS) support, such as improved outage scenario, reduced delay, guaranteed bit rate, etc.
In short, this book will answer questions such as, how individual techniques relate to each other, how can we benefit the gains by suitable combinations of different technologies and how to choose different technological solutions in different scenarios, etc.
The next generation mobile communication networks (4G) have the challenging target of The next generation mobile communication networks (4G) have the challenging target of providing a peak data rate of 1 Gigabit per second local area and 100 Megabit per second wide area. The ability to offer such high data rates in 100MHz bandwidth requires overall a very high spectral efficiency, and hence the need for multi-antenna techniques (MIMO) with spatial multiplexing, fast dynamic link adaptation and packet scheduling, wideband access techniques, and most likely non-contention based spectrum sharing among multiple operators. Many of these required technology components and techniques are well researched and established. Adaptive PHY-MAC Design for Broadband Wireless Systems explains how one can integrate and optimise their use in providing the target cell data rates with high availability. The authors address the ability to cope with interference and enhanced physical layer processing, and simultaneously, the multifaceted system level design. Focus is also on the selection of technology components and techniques, which leads to the highest spectral efficiency and peak data rate availability with reasonable Quality of Service (QoS) support, such as improved outage scenario, reduced delay, guaranteed bit rate, etc.
In short, this book will answer questions such as, how individual techniques relate to each other, how can we benefit the gains by suitable combinations of different technologies and how to choose different technological solutions in different scenarios, etc.
The next generation mobile communication networks (4G) have the challenging target of The next generation mobile communication networks (4G) have the challenging target of providing a peak data rate of 1 Gigabit per second local area and 100 Megabit per second wide area. The ability to offer such high data rates in 100MHz bandwidth requires overall a very high spectral efficiency, and hence the need for multi-antenna techniques (MIMO) with spatial multiplexing, fast dynamic link adaptation and packet scheduling, wideband access techniques, and most likely non-contention based spectrum sharing among multiple operators. Many of these required technology components and techniques are well researched and established. Adaptive PHY-MAC Design for Broadband Wireless Systems explains how one can integrate and optimise their use in providing the target cell data rates with high availability. The authors address the ability to cope with interference and enhanced physical layer processing, and simultaneously, the multifaceted system level design. Focus is also on the selection of technology components and techniques, which leads to the highest spectral efficiency and peak data rate availability with reasonable Quality of Service (QoS) support, such as improved outage scenario, reduced delay, guaranteed bit rate, etc.
In short, this book will answer questions such as, how individual techniques relate to each other, how can we benefit the gains by suitable combinations of different technologies and how to choose different technological solutions in different scenarios, etc.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 518 pages
  • 156 x 234 x 28.7mm | 898.11g
  • Gistrup, Denmark
  • English
  • 879232908X
  • 9788792329080

Table of contents

1. Preface; 2. Adaptive OFDM: adaptive Sub-carrier bandwidth and adaptive Guard Interval Design; 3. Bit and power loading; 4. Hybrid Link Adaptation: HLA and Link adaptation in multi-antenna systems; 5. Transceiver non-ideal effects on OFDM systems with link adaptation; 6. Cellular concept; 7. Resource allocation in SISO systems; 8. MU-MIMO; 9. Impact of MIMO CCI: SINR analysis and System performance; 10. Robust MIMO receiver design at cell edge; a. Multiple symbol based receiver. b. Frequency-reuse pattern; 11. Resource allocation in SC-FDMA system; 12. Future Strategies for System Design; a. Summarizing the multi-dimensional interrelationship of the different technology components; b. Design guidelines to meet the future requirements; c. Re-visiting the future.
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About Ramjee Prasad

Ramjee Prasad is the founding chairman of the Global ICT Standardization Forum for India (GISFI) and founder president of the CTIF Global Capsule. He is also Wireless Information Multimedia Communications Chair, Department of Electronic Systems, Aalborg University, Denmark, June 1999-Present. Suvra Sekhar Das is at the Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India.
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