Wireless Communications: Principles and Practice
A study of the principles and practice of wireless communication. This second edition is updated and contains new examples and end-of-chapter problems. The revision explains the 3G (air interface standards that are based on either CDMA or TDMA) through a new chapter on modern wireless systems. There is also tutorial material for basic understanding of wireless local area networks (including IEEE 802.11 and HyperLAN) and Local Multipoint Distribution Service (LMDS). Technological advancements such as W-CDMA, Edge, cdma2000 and Bluetooth are also addressed.
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algorithm allocated amplitude AMPS antenna ARFCN Assume average band bandwidth base station baseband binary bit error bit rate BPSK CDMA cell cellular system co-channel communication systems control channels convolutional codes cordless coverage data rate DECT delay spread demodulated detection detector diffraction distance distribution Doppler encoded equal Equation Erlang FDMA filter frame frequency hopping function Gaussian given GMSK handoff impulse response input interference kbps linear maximum mobile radio multipath multipath components multiple access noise number of channels number of users output packet parameters path loss exponent phase PN sequence propagation PSTN pulse QPSK quantization radio channel random Rayleigh fading received power received signal sector sequence shown in Figure slot spectral speech coder spread spectrum standard subscriber unit switching symbol TDMA techniques telephone traffic transmission transmitted USDC user data voice channels W-CDMA wideband