Wireless Personal Communications

Wireless Personal Communications : Channel Modeling and Systems Engineering

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th The papers appearing in this book were originally presented at the 9 Virginia Tech/MPRG Symposium on Wireless Personal Communications. The Symposium on Wireless Communications, which is an annual event for Virginia Tech, was held on June 2-4, 1999. The 1999 symposium was co-sponsored by MPRG, the Division of Continuing Education, University International Programs, and the MPRG Industrial Affiliate Sponsors. Much of the success of our annual symposium, as well as the success of MPRG's research program, is due to the support of our industrial affiliates. Their support allows us to serve the wireless community through research, education and outreach programs. At the time of the 1999 symposium, the MPRG affiliates program included the following organizations: Army Research Office, AT&T Corporation, Bellsouth Cellular Corporation, Comcast Cellular Communications, Inc. , Datum, Inc. , Ericsson, Inc. , Grayson Wireless, Hewlett-Packard Company, Honeywell, Inc. , Hughes Electronics Corporation, ITT Industries, Lucent Technologies, Motorola, National Semiconductor, Nokia, Nortel Networks, Qualcomm, Inc. , Radix Technologies, Inc. , Salient 3 Communications, Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, Southwestern Bell, Tantivy Communications, Tektronix, Inc. , Telcordia Technologies, Texas Instruments, TRW, Inc. , and the Watkins-Johnson Company As can be seen from the Table of Contents, the papers included in this book are divided into six sections. The first five of these correspond to symposium sessions, and cover the following topics: Propagation and Channel Modeling (4 papers), Antennas (6 papers), Multiuser Detection (3 papers), Radio Systems and Technology (4 papers), and Wireless Data (3 papers).
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Product details

  • Hardback | 254 pages
  • 160 x 238.8 x 20.3mm | 567g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • 2000
  • XII, 254 p.
  • 0792377052
  • 9780792377054

Table of contents

Preface. I: Propagation and Channel Modeling. 1. Very Near Ground RF Propagation Measurements and Analysis; T.B. Welch, et al. 2. Identification of Time-Variant Directional Mobile Radio Channels; R.S. Thoma, et al. 3. Propagation Measurements and Simulation for Wirless Communication Systems in the ISM band; B.L. Johnson, Jr., et al. 4. A Theoretical Analysis of Multiple Diffraction in Urban Environments for Wirless Local Loop Systems; D. Crosby, et al. II: Antennas. 5. Active Microstrip Antenna for Personal Communication System; M. Wnuk, et al. 6. Co-located, Dual-band, Multi-function Antenna System for the GloMo Universal Modular Packaging System; J.S. McLean, et al. 7. Self-Calibration Scheme for Antenna Arrays Using the Combined Array Signal; M. Wiegmann. 8. Switched Beam Adaptive Antenna Demonstrator for UMTS Data Rates; H. Novak. 9. UMTS Radio Network Simulation with Smart Antennas; B.O. Adrian, S.G. Haggman. 10. Methods for Measuring and Optimizing Capacity in CDMA Networks Using Smart Antennas; S.D. Gordon, et al. III: Multi-User Detection. 11. Adaptive Radio Resource Control via Cascaded Neural Networks for Sequenced Propagation Estimation and Multi-user Detection in Third-Generation Wireless Networks; W.S. Hortos. 12. Successive Interference Cancellation for Interception of the Forward Channel of Cellular CDMA Communications; M. Golanbari, G.E. Ford. 13. A New Multiuser Detector for Synchronous CDMA Systems in AWGN Channels; A. Boariu, R.E. Ziemer. IV: Radio Systems and Technology.14. Modeling Study to Determine the Realistic Constraints of the Wireless Land Mobile Radio Narrowband CAI Interface Specified in the TIA-102 Standard; S.E. Bartlett, K.M. Syed. 15. Over-The-Air Subscriber Device Management Using CDMA Data and WAP; N.L. Marran. 16. Hyperactive Chipmunk Radio; G.H. McGibney, S.T. Nichols. 17. Turbo Code Implementations on Fixed PointDSP's; E. Cress, W.J. Ebel. V: Wireless Data. 18. TCP with Adaptive Radio Link; D. Huang, J.J. Shi. 19. Reducing Location Update and Paging Cost in a PCS Network; P.G. Escalle, et al. 20. Performance Enhancement for TCP/IP on Wireless Links; J.S. Stadler, et al. VI: Invited Posters Presented at the 1999 Symposium. 21. Development and Implementation of an Adaptive Error Correction Coding Scheme for a Full Duplex Communications Channel; J.W. Waterston, et al. 22. Simulink Simulation of a Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum Differential Phase Shift Keying SAW Correlator; S.M. Nabritt, et al. Index.
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