Principles of Mobile Communication
This authoritative treatment of the fundamentals of mobile communications stresses the "fundamentals" of wireless and mobile communications engineering important for the design of "any" wireless system. The book differs from others in the field by stressing mathematical modelling and analysis.
- Hardback | 776 pages
- 162.56 x 236.22 x 35.56mm | 1,179.33g
- 01 Feb 2001
- Kluwer Academic Publishers
- United States
- 2nd Revised edition
- 1, black & white illustrations
Table of contents
Preface. 1. Introduction: Wireless Systems and Standards; Frequency Reuse and the Cellular Concept; Mobile Radio Propagation Environment; Co-channel Interference and Noise; Receiver Sensitivity and Link Budget; Coverage; Spectral Efficiency and Capacity. 2. Propagation Modeling: Frequency-Non-Selective (Flat) Multipath-Fading; Frequency-Selective Multipath-Fading; Laboratory Simulation of Multipath-Fading Channels; Shadowing; Path Loss Models. 3. Co-Channel Interference: Multiple Log-normal Interferers; Probability of Outage; Multiple Ricean-Rayleigh Interferers; Multiple Log-normal Nakagami Interferers; Multiple Log-normal Ricean-Rayleigh Interferers. 4. Modulated Signals and Their Power Spectra: Representation of Band-pass Modulated Signals; Nyquist Pulse Shaping; Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (QAM); Phase Shift Keying (PSK); Orthogonal Modulation and Variants; Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexng (OFDM); Continuous Phase Modulation (CPM); Partial Response CPM); Power Spectral Densities of Digitally Modulated Signals. 5. Digital Signaling on Flat Fading Channels: Vector Space Representation of Received Signals; Detection of Known Signals in Additive White Gaussian Noise; Probability of Error; Error Probability of PSK; Error Probability of M-QAM; Error Probability of Orthogonal Signals; Error Probability of OFDM; Error Probability of MSK; Differential Detection; Non-coherent Detection; Detection of CPM Signals. 6. Antenna Diversity: Diversity Combining; Selective Combining; Maximal Ratio Combining; Equal Gain Combining; Switched Combining; Differential Detection with Equal Gain Combining; Transmitter Diversity. 7. Equalization and Interference Cancellation: Overview; Modeling of ISI Channels; Optimum Receiver for ISI Channels with AWGN; Symbol-by-Symbol Equalizers; Sequence Estimation; Error Probability for MLSE on ISI Channels; Error Probability for T/2-spaced MLSE Receiver; MIMO MLSE Receivers. 8. Error Control Coding: Block Codes; Convolutional Codes; Trellis Coded Modulation; Coded Performance on AWGN Channels; Coded Performance on Interleaved Flat Fading Channels; Coded Performance on ISI Channels; Turbo Codes. 9. Spread Spectrum Techniques: Basic Principles of Spread Spectrum; Spreading Sequences; Power Spectral Density of DS Spread Spectrum Signals; Performance of DS/QPSK in Tone Interference; DS Spread Spectrum on Frequency-Selective Fading Channels; Error Probability for DS CDMA on AWGN Channels. 10. TDMA Cellular Architectures: Cell Sectoring; Conventional Cell Splitting; Cluster Planned Hierarchical Architectures; Macrodiversity Architectures. 11. CDMA Cellular Architectures: Capacity of Cellular CDMA; Error Probability with RAKE Reception. 12. Link Quality Measurement and Handoff Initiation: Signal Strength Based Hard Handoff Algorithms; Pilot-to-Interference Ratio Based Soft Handoff Algorithms; Signal Strength Averaging; Velocity Estimation in Cellular Systems; Velocity Adaptive Handoff Algorithms; Hard Handoff Analysis; Soft Handoff Analysis; CIR-based Link Quality Measurements; Summary. 13. Channel Assignment Techniques: Centralized DCA; Decentralized DCA; Fully Decentralized DCA; Hybrid FCA/DCA Schemes; Borrowing Schemes; Directed Retry and Directed Handoff; Moving Direction Strategies; Reduced Transceiver Coverage; Handoff Priority; Example DCA Schemes for TDMA Systems; Concluding Remarks. Appendix: Probability and Random Processes. References. Index.