Wireless Communication Using Dual Antenna Arrays

Wireless Communication Using Dual Antenna Arrays

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At present, the expansion of tetherless communications is a technological trend surpassed perhaps only by the explosive growth of the Internet. Wireless systems are being deployed today mainly for telephony, satisfying the ind- trialized nations' appetite for talk-on-the-go, and providing much-needed communications infrastructure in developing countries. The desire for wi- less access to the Internet is starting to add fuel to the growth of tetherless communications. Indeed, the synergy of wireless and Internet technologies will lead to a host of exciting new applications, some of which are not yet envisioned. Future-generation wireless systems will achieve capacities much higher than the systems of today by incorporating myriad improvements. These in- vations include transmission in higher-frequency bands, "smart antennas", multi-user detection, new forward error-correction techniques, and advanced network resource-allocation techniques. The term "smart antenna" usually refers to the deployment of multiple antennas at the base-station site, coupled with special processing of the m- tiple received signals. Smart antennas can adaptively reject co-channel int- ference and mitigate multipath fading, and have been identified by many as a promising means to extend base-station coverage, increase system capacity and enhance quality of service.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 128 pages
  • 155 x 235 x 13.97mm | 860g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • 2000
  • XVI, 128 p.
  • 0792386809
  • 9780792386803

Table of contents

1. Foreword. 2. Preface. 3. Acknowledgements. 4. Introduction. 5. Background. 6. Spatial Fading Correlation and its Effect on Channel Capacity. 7. Power-Allocation Strategy. 8. Layered Space-Time codes: Analysis & Design Criteria. 9. Transmit Diversity. 10. Open Issues. Bibliography. Index.
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Review quote

`I recommend this book highly.'
Joseph M. Kahn, University of California, Berkeley
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