Mobile communication systems
Presents the fundamental aspects of mobile communications systems. Covers the radio communications channel, its wide-band and narrow-band characterization, and its utilization in mobile and cellular communications systems. Both analogue and digital systems are considered, with emphasis on the latter. Discusses the propagation of signals (including propagation in urban areas), the interference created by the terrain, digital techniques associated with two-way, speech-based communication systems, the TACS cellular system, and digital techniques for high capacity cellular systems. Illustrated.
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Introduction to mobile communications
Multipath characteristics in urban areas
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allocated amplitude antenna average base station baseband branch carrier frequency cell Chapter circuit coherence bandwidth combining communication systems components correlation curves delay spread demodulation detector diffraction diversity reception diversity systems Doppler shift DPSK effects equal-gain error rate factor filter frequency re-use function IEEE Trans impulse response impulsive noise increase input interference linear maximal-ratio maximal-ratio combiners measured method mobile radio systems modulation narrowband non-coherent obtained operation oscillator output SNR parameters path loss performance postdetection predetection prediction pulse radio channels radio propagation random FM range ratio Rayleigh distribution Rayleigh fading received signal receiver noise scattering selection diversity shown in Figure sideband signal envelope signal level signal strength spectrum speech statistical strategy suburban areas switched diversity techniques threshold traffic transmission transmitter two-branch urban areas vehicle voice channel voltage wave waveform