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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During my university studies on mobile communications, I have used this book. Concepts are very clearly laid out and supplemented with examples, however the author could have dug a lot deeper when it came to explaining where the formulas come from. For someone who wants just to pass a course on wireless communications, this book is suitable. However for those like me who want a greater intellectual grounding, I'd recommend looking elsewhere.
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