Mobile Communications Engineering: Theory and Applications: Theory and Applications [NOOK Book]

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From one of the field’s foremost educators, here is the classic guide to mobile communication—fully revised for the 1990s and beyond. It is unique because it shows readers how to understand the differences in applying technologies between wireline communications and wireless communications. The new second edition extensively updates the basics. It also coves traffic and capacity analysis on mobile communications networks and addresses rapidly expanding new technologies, such as digital cellular, PCS, and multiple...

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Mobile Communications Engineering: Theory and Applications: Theory and Applications

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Overview

From one of the field’s foremost educators, here is the classic guide to mobile communication—fully revised for the 1990s and beyond. It is unique because it shows readers how to understand the differences in applying technologies between wireline communications and wireless communications. The new second edition extensively updates the basics. It also coves traffic and capacity analysis on mobile communications networks and addresses rapidly expanding new technologies, such as digital cellular, PCS, and multiple access techniques not only including FDMA, TDMA, CDMA, and SDMA, but also applying the techniques on the virtual channels.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780071500128
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
  • Publication date: 10/22/1997
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 689
  • File size: 55 MB
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Meet the Author

William C. Y. Lee is Vice President and Chief Scientist for Applied Research and Science at AirTouch Communications in Walnut Creek, California. Dr. Lee is one of the foremost educators in the field of mobile communication and is the bestselling author of Mobile Cellular Telecommunications, Second Edition, also published by McGraw-Hill.

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Table of Contents

Introduction.The Mobile Radio Signal Environment.Statistical Communications Theory.Path Loss Over Flat Terrain.Path Loss Over Hilly Terrain and General Methods of Prediction.Effects of System RF Design on Propagation.Received-Signal Envelope Characteristics.Received-Signal Phase Characteristics.Modulation Technology.Diversity Schemes.Combining Technology.Signal Processes.Interference Problems.Signal-Error Analysis Versus System Performance.Voice-Quality Analysis Versus System Performance.Multiple-Access (MA) Schemes.Classification of the Concepts of Sensititve Topics.New Concepts.Military Mobile Communications.

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