Wireless communications : principles, theory and methodology / Keith Q. T. Zhang.
- Chichester, England : Wiley, 2016.
1 online resource (580 p.)
- Wireless communication systems.
- Electronic books.
- "Provides the reader with an overall picture of wireless communications, carefully expounds its technical details, not only covering a variety of main results and conclusions but also revealing the methodology used for their derivations"-- Provided by publisher.
- Title Page; Copyright; Table of Contents; Dedication; Preface; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1: Introduction; 1.1 Resources for wireless communications; 1.2 Shannon's theory; 1.3 Three challenges; 1.4 Digital modulation versus coding; 1.5 Philosophy to combat interference; 1.6 Evolution of processing strategy; 1.7 Philosophy to exploit two-dimensional random fields; 1.8 Cellular: Concept, Evolution, and 5G; 1.9 The structure of this book; 1.10 Repeatedly used abbreviations and math symbols; Problems; References; Chapter 2: Mathematical Background; 2.1 Introduction
2.2 Congruence mapping and signal spaces2.3 Estimation methods; 2.4 Commonly used distributions in wireless; 2.5 The calculus of variations; 2.6 Two inequalities for optimization; 2.7 Q-function; 2.8 The CHF method and its skilful applications; 2.9 Matrix operations and differentiation; 2.10 Additional reading; Problems; References; Chapter 3: Channel Characterization; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Large-scale propagation loss; 3.3 Lognormal shadowing; 3.4 Multipath characterization for local behavior; 3.5 Composite model to incorporate multipath and shadowing
3.6 Example to illustrate the use of various models3.7 Generation of correlated fading channels; 3.8 Summary; 3.9 Additional reading; Problems; References; Chapter 4: Digital Modulation; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Signals and signal space; 4.3 Optimal MAP and ML receivers; 4.4 Detection of two arbitrary waveforms; 4.5 MPSK; 4.6 M-ary QAM; 4.7 Noncoherent scheme-differential MPSK; 4.8 MFSK; 4.9 Noncoherent MFSK; 4.10 Bit error probability versus symbol error probability; 4.11 Spectral efficiency; 4.12 Summary of symbol error probability for various schemes; 4.13 Additional reading; Problems
ReferencesChapter 5: Minimum Shift Keying; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 MSK; 5.3 de Buda's approach; 5.4 Properties of MSK signals; 5.5 Understanding MSK; 5.6 Signal space; 5.7 MSK power spectrum; 5.8 Alternative scheme-differential encoder; 5.9 Transceivers for MSK signals; 5.10 Gaussian-shaped MSK; 5.11 Massey's approach to MSK; 5.12 Summary; Problems; References; Chapter 6: Channel Coding; 6.1 Introduction and philosophical discussion; 6.2 Preliminary of Galois fields; 6.3 Linear block codes; 6.4 Cyclic codes; 6.5 Golay code; 6.6 BCH codes; 6.7 Convolutional codes; 6.8 Trellis-coded modulation
6.9 SummaryProblems; References; Chapter 7: Diversity Techniques; 7.1 Introduction; 7.2 Idea behind diversity; 7.3 Structures of various diversity combiners; 7.4 PDFs of output SNR; 7.5 Average SNR comparison for various schemes; 7.6 Methods for error performance analysis; 7.7 Error probability of MRC; 7.8 Error probability of EGC; 7.9 Average error performance of SC in Rayleigh fading; 7.10 Performance of diversity MDPSK systems; 7.11 Noncoherent MFSK with diversity reception; 7.12 Summary; Problems; References; Chapter 8: Processing Strategies for Wireless Systems; 8.1 Communication problem
8.2 Traditional strategy
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Includes bibliographical references at the end of each chapters and index.
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