Cellular Radio and Personal Communications: Selected Readings

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This collection of 40 articles will be invaluable to students, practicing engineers, and researchers. Leaders in the field give key information on fundamental system design, speech coding, cellular networking, modulation techniques, and standards in some of the most useful papers available.
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This collection of 40 articles will be invaluable to students, practicing engineers, and researchers. Leaders in the field give key information on fundamental system design, speech coding, cellular networking, modulation techniques, and standards in some of the most useful papers available.
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A collection of papers on the cellular and personal communications field, many of which have been used to teach a first year graduate course in cellular radio and personal communications at Virginia Tech. Topics include system design fundamentals, mobile radio propagation, modulation techniques, speech coding, and cellular systems and standards. Lacks an index. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780780322837
  • Publisher: IEEE Standards Office
  • Publication date: 5/15/1995
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 302
  • Product dimensions: 8.41 (w) x 10.76 (h) x 1.25 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction 1
Ch. 1 Introduction to Mobile Radio Systems 3
Mobile Radio - an Overview 5
Trends in Cellular and Cordless Communications 19
The Wireless Revolution 31
Ch. 2 Cellular Concept - System Design Fundamentals 43
Cellular Mobile Radio - An Emerging Technology 45
Elements of Cellular Mobile Radio Systems 51
Handover and Channel Assignment in Mobile Cellular Networks 61
Smaller Cells for Greater Performance 67
Ch. 3 Mobile Radio Propagation 73
Propagation Models and Evaluation of Current Models 75
Indoor Radio Communication for Factories of the Future 117
914 MHz Path Loss Prediction Models for Indoor Wireless Communications in Multifloored Buildings 127
Properties of Mobile Radio Propagation above 400 MHz 139
Ch. 4 Modulation Techniques 157
The Choice of a Digital Modulation Scheme in a Mobile Radio System 159
Modulation Methods for PCNs 163
Defining, Designing, and Evaluating Digital Communication Systems 169
GMSK Modulation for Digital Mobile Radio Telephony 179
Modems for Emerging Digital Cellular Mobile Radio Systems 187
Spread Spectrum for Mobile Communications 199
Bit Error Simulation for [pi]/4 DQPSK Mobile Radio Communications Using Two-Ray and Measurement-Based Impulse Response Models 209
Ch. 5 Channel Coding, Equalization and Diversity 223
The Application of Error Control to Communications 225
Adaptive Equalization 239
Adaptive Equalization for TDMA Digital Mobile Radio 279
Diversity Techniques for Mobile Radio Reception 289
A Comparison of Specific Space Diversity Techniques for Reduction of Fast Fading in UHF Mobile Radio Systems 301
Ch. 6 Speech Coding 313
Speech Codecs for Personal Communications 315
Coding Speech at Low Bit-rates 323
Speech Coding 329
Signal Compression: Technology, Targets, and Research Directions 357
Ch. 7 Multiple Access Techniques 381
Spectrum Efficiency in Cellular 383
Capacity of Digital Cellular TDMA Systems 391
On the Capacity of a Cellular CDMA System 401
Advantages of CDMA and Spread Spectrum Techniques over FDMA and TDMA in Cellular Mobile Radio Applications 411
A Comparison of CDMA and TDMA Systems 419
Ch. 8 Cellular Networking 423
An Overview of Signaling System No. 7 425
The European (R)evolution of Wireless Digital Networks 443
Cellular Packet Communications 453
Ch. 9 Cellular Systems and Standards 463
Wireless Network Access for Personal Communications 465
What are GSM and DCS? 485
DECT, a universal cordless access system 495
The CDMA Standard 501
Overview of Cellular CDMA 511
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