Cooperative Communications for Improved Wireless Network Transmission: Framework for Virtual Antenna Array Applications: Framework for Virtual Antenna Array Applications

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Uysal, Murat
IGI Global, Jul 31, 2009 - Computers - 632 pages
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Cooperative communications, an emerging research area spurring tremendous excitement within academia and industry, has experienced an increase in demands for wireless multimedia and interactive services in recent years.

Cooperative Communications for Improved Wireless Network Transmission: Framework for Virtual Antenna Array Applications provides practitioners, researchers, and academicians with fundamental principles of cooperative communication, presenting the latest advances in this rapidly evolving field. Containing research from leading international experts, this Premier Reference Source offers readers diverse findings and exposes underlying issues in the analysis, design, and optimization of wireless systems.

 

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Contents

Overview of Amplifyand Forward Relaying
29
Power Allocation for Cooperative Communications
62
Capacity Limits of Base Station Cooperation in Cellular Networks
102
Section 2 Practical Code Schemes for Cooperative Communications
134
Source and Channel Coding Techniques for Cooperative Communications
135
Network Coding for Multi Hop Wireless Networks
187
Section 3 Distributed Transmit and Receive Diversity Techniques for Cooperative Communications
206
CrossLayer Cooperative Beamforming for Wireless Networks
207
Section 4 Broadband Cooperative Communications
381
Resource Allocation for a Cooperative Broadband MIMOOFDM System
382
SingleCarrier Frequency Domain Equalization for Broadband Cooperative Communications
399
Section 5 Methematical Tools for Analysis and Design of Cooperative Networks
428
Applications of Majorization Theory in SpaceTime Cooperative Communications
429
Data Gathering in Correlated Wireless Sensor Networks with Cooperative Transmission
471
Cooperative Broadcast in LargeScale Wireless Networks
497
Section 6 An Industrial Perspective on Cooperative Communications
521

Distributed SpaceTime Block Coding for Amplifyand Forward Cooperative Networks
238
Relay Selection in Cooperative Networks
260
Energy Efficient Communication with Random Node Cooperation
280
Diversity Combining for Cooperative Communications
301
Single and DoubleDifferential Coding in Cooperative Communications
321
SpaceTime Coding For NonCoherent Cooperative Communications
352
Cooperative Communication System Architectures for Cellular Networks
522
Compilation of References
548
About the Contributors
584
Index
598
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Murat Uysal is currently an associate professor with the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Waterloo (Canada) where he has been since 2002. He received his BSc and MSc degrees in electronics and communication engineering from Istanbul Technical University (Istanbul, Turkey, 1995 and 1998, respectively) and his PhD degree in electrical engineering from Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas (2001). Dr. Uysal is an associate editor for IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications and IEEE Communications Letters. He served a guest co-editor for a special issue of the Journal on Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing on “MIMO Communications” (2004) and a special issue of IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications on “Optical Wireless Communications” (2010). Over the years, he has served on the technical program committee of more than 50 international conferences in the communications area. He recently co-chaired IEEE ICC'07 Communication Theory Symposium and chaired CCECE'08 Communications and Networking Symposium. Dr. Uysal is a Senior IEEE member. His general research interests are in the area of communications theory with particular emphasis on wireless applications. Specific areas include multi-input multi-output (MIMO) communications, space-time coding, diversity techniques and coding for fading channels, cooperative transmission, performance analysis over fading channels, channel estimation and equalization, orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM), and free-space optical communication. [Editor]

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