Wireless Multimedia Network Technologies

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Wireless Multimedia Network Technologies addresses emerging concepts f or developing third generation wireless systems, and covers both theor etically and technologically feasible improvements. Internationally re cognized specialists have contributed originals chapters on several co re wireless technologies including intelligent and flexible radio acce ss, wireless mobile, ATM networks, channel modeling and internet servi ces, cluster mobile switching centers, and service ...

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Overview

Wireless Multimedia Network Technologies addresses emerging concepts f or developing third generation wireless systems, and covers both theor etically and technologically feasible improvements. Internationally re cognized specialists have contributed originals chapters on several co re wireless technologies including intelligent and flexible radio acce ss, wireless mobile, ATM networks, channel modeling and internet servi ces, cluster mobile switching centers, and service control quality.

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Table of Contents

Preface
Pt. I Overview of Evolving 3G Technologies
1 Ensuring the Success of Third Generation 3
2 Third Generation Wireless Communication Technologies 23
3 Perspectives on 3G System Development 45
4 An Unified, Open Architecture to Deliver Mobile Multimedia 57
5 UMTS/IMT-2000 Standardisation 75
Pt. II Topics in Wireless Multimedia Networks
6 Intelligent and Flexible Radio Access/Transmission Technologies for Wireless Multimedia Communication Systems in the Software Defined Radio Era 97
7 Current Topics in Wireless & Mobile ATM Networks: QoS Control, IP Support and Legacy Integration 117
8 Providing Internet Services to Mobile Phones: A Case Study with Email 137
9 Design, Implementation, and Performance of a Cluster Mobile Switching Center 153
10 Challenges of Higher Speed Wireless Internet Access 173
11 Energy Efficient Protocols for Wireless Systems 187
12 Guaranteed Quality-of-Services Wireless Access to Broadband Networks 205
Pt. III Enabling Components of Wireless Networks
13 Integrated Circuit Technologies for Wireless Communications 227
14 Amplifier Linearization 251
15 Wireless Channel Models - Coping with Complexity 271
16 A New Framework for Power Control in Wireless Data Networks: Games, Utility, and Pricing 289
17 A Unified Approach to Performance Evaluation of Diversity Systems on Fading Channels 311
18 mMFSK Frequency Hopping Modulation for Wirelss Ad Hoc Networks 331
Index 353
About the Editors 361
Contributors 363
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