Multiaccess, Mobility and Teletraffic: Advances in Wireless Networks / Edition 1

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Overview

Designers of wireless networks face a problem which is multidimensional in nature, where issues of multiaccess, radio propagation, antennas, mobility and teletraffic all need to be understood and simultaneously addressed in order to create a properly functioning system. This book does not merely concentrate on one of these issues but takes a broader view, and presents a mix of papers addressing systems and networking issues. Multiaccess, Mobility and Teletraffic: Advances in Wireless Networks addresses fundamental theoretical issues about future wireless networks, such as capacity improvements theoretically attainable from spread spectrum systems, and practical concerns associated with current networks such as signalling, implementation of GSM and CDMA networks, and implementation of packet data services over wireless networks. As well as the papers looking at specific technologies, this book contains a number of papers discussing more generic problems in mobile networks, such as issues associated with handoff, resource management, frequency reuse, mobility, signalling and wireless packet networks. Multiaccess, Mobility and Teletraffic: Advances in Wireless Networks covers a broad range of issues associated with wireless networks and provides a very interesting snapshot of the current state-of-the-art. It will be of interest to all researchers and practitioners working in the field of wireless communications and networks.
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Comprises 27 papers from the December 1997 workshop in Melbourne. The papers address fundamental theoretical issues about future wireless networks<-->such as capacity improvements theoretically attainable from spread spectrum systems<-->as well as practical concerns associated with current networks such as signaling, implementation of GSM and CDMA networks, and implementation of packet data services over wireless networks. Specific topics include improved switched diversity combining using fuzzy adaptive control; iterative interference reduction in CDMA; the performance of a novel indoor GSM base station system; optimum transmission power in high capacity umbrella cell systems; and dynamic resource allocation for broadband services in fixed wireless networks. No index. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780792380917
  • Publisher: Springer US
  • Publication date: 12/31/1997
  • Edition description: 1998
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 357
  • Product dimensions: 9.21 (w) x 6.14 (h) x 0.88 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface. Radio Resource Management in Next Generation Personal Communication Systems; J. Zander. Convergence of Linear Successive Interference Cancellation in CDMA; L.K. Rasmussen, et al. Iterative Interference Reduction in CDMA; P.D. Alexander, M.C. Reed. Analysis of Successive Interference Cancellation in a DS-CDMA System; K.S. Kim, et al. Indirect Cochannel Interference Cancelling: Concept and Simulation Results; R. Berangi, P. Leung. Limited Complexity Maximum-Likelihood Detection for CDMA; L.K. Rasmussen, et al. Tracking and Compensating for Rayleigh Fading: Error Effects on Mobile Radio System Performance; C. Caini, M.L. Merami. Fundamental Limit in DS/CDMA with Reed-Solomon Coded Orthogonal Signalling; S.W. Kim, W. Stark. Optimisation of Sub-Channel Bandwidth for Mobile OFDM Systems; F. Tufvesson, T. Maseng. An Improved Switched Diversity Combining Using Fuzzy Adaptive Control; H. Huang, H.K. Tsang. Performance Analysis of Window-Based Pilot Acquisition System in CDMA Cellular Systems; G.-D. Jo, S.H. Chang. Optimum Mirror-HLR Locations to Reduce Signalling Load in Cellular Radio Networks; R. Mathar, M. Hellebrandt. Performance of a Novel Indoor GSM Base Station System; M.I. Silventoinen, et al. Performance Analysis of High Speed Circuit Switched Data (HSCSD) over GSM; D. Calin, D. Zeghlache. Performance Analysis of GPRS Radio Interface; T.V. Buot, T. Ceislinski. QOS Filtering for Video on Wireless Networks; H. Santoso, et al. FEC Code Rate and Bandwidth Optimisation in WATM Networks; M. Zukerman, et al. Optimum Transmission Power in High Capacity Umbrella Cell Systems; T. Benkner. Cochannel Re-use Distributions in DCA Microcellular Systems with in-cell Reuse Constraint; B.C. Jones. Frequency Double Reuse for Indoor and Urban Digital Cellular Telephone Systems &endash; Enhanced Conceptual Design Formulae for Single Handset Systems; Y. Kinoshita, D.K. Asano. A Radio Resource Management Concept for 'Bunched' Personal Communication Systems; M. Berg, et al. Priority Queuing Analysis for Voice-Data Integration in Wireless PCS; D. Calin, D. Zeghlache. Teletraffic Analysis in Cellular Networks Based on a User Flow Model; A. Bathelt, et al. Dynamic Resource Allocation for Broadband Services in Fixed Wireless Networks; K.K. Leung, A. Srivastava. Admission Policy in Wireless Systems with Overlapping Coverage; X. Lagrange, B. Jabbari. Multiple Access for Wireless Packet Networks; K.C. Chen. Cellular DS-CDMA Capacity for Integrated (Voice and Data) Services; D. Ayyagari, A. Ephremides.
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