Wireless Communications: Principles and Practice
This book contains over 100 solved example problems on topics ranging from cellular system design to networking. It covers all the major wireless standards for cellular, cordless telephone and personal communications systems which are used throughout the world. It also includes hundreds of figures, diagrams and clear explanations of all the major concepts, and a special chapter on wireless networking.
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Introduction to Wireless Communication Systems
The Cellular Concept System Design Fundamentals
LargeScale Path Loss
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