Cellular Radio: Principles and Design
Cellular Radio, 2nd edition, gives engineers, managers, and technicians an up-to-the-minute, easily understood handle on every aspect of this exciting field. This newly revised Second Edition features complete, thoroughly illustrated coverage of cellular radio design principles, cellular radio signaling, digital cellular design - two new added chapters, multipath propagation problems, modulation techniques, speech coding, spectral efficiency considerations, layout optimization, maximization of traffic capability, complete North American and European standards, summary of ALL major worldwide cellular systems, and a wealth of new tables and diagrams.
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adjacent channel allocated AMPS analog cellular antenna band bandwidth base station bit rate burst carrier cell cluster cell site cellular network cellular systems Chapter circuit coder components control channel coverage D-AMPS DECT delay described diagram digital cellular division multiple access downlink duplex efficiency encoding Erlangs error example fading FDMA filter fixed network frame frequency GMSK grade of service handover handset IEEE interface interference interleaving kbps location register mobile radio mobile station mobile switching centre modulation MSISDN multipath NAMPS narrowband noise operation output parameters path phase PLMN propagation PSTN QPSK radio cell radio channels ratio roaming sector sequence shift keying shown in Figure signal level slot specific spectral spectrum speech coding speech quality strategy subscriber Table TACS TDMA telephone network tone traffic channels transmission transmitted voice channel VSELP wave waveform