Wireless, Networking, Radar, Sensor Array Processing, and Nonlinear Signal Processing / Edition 1

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Now available in a three-volume set, this updated and expanded edition of the bestselling The Digital Signal Processing Handbook continues to provide the engineering community with authoritative coverage of the fundamental and specialized aspects of information-bearing signals in digital form. Encompassing essential background material, technical details, standards, and software, the second edition reflects cutting-edge information on signal processing algorithms and protocols related to speech, audio, multimedia, and video processing technology associated with standards ranging from WiMax to
MP3 audio, low-power/high-performance DSPs, color image processing, and chips on video. Drawing on the experience of leading engineers, researchers, and scholars, the three-volume set contains 29 new chapters that address multimedia and Internet technologies, tomography, radar systems, architecture, standards, and future applications in speech, acoustics, video, radar, and telecommunications.

This volume,
Wireless, Networking, Radar, Sensor Array Processing, and Nonlinear Signal Processing, provides complete coverage of the foundations of signal processing related to wireless, radar, space-time coding, and mobile communications, together with associated applications to networking, storage, and communications.

"...outlines both introductory and specialized aspects of information-bearing signals in digital form...explores the use of computers and special-purpose digital hardware in extracting information or transforming signals."

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Meet the Author

Vijay K. Madisetti is a professor in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta. He teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in digital signal processing and computer engineering, and leads a strong research program in digital signal processing, telecommunications, and computer engineering. Dr. Madisetti received his BTech (Hons) in electronics and electrical communications engineering in 1984 from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India, and his PhD in electrical engineering and computer sciences in 1989 from the University of California at Berkeley. He has authored or edited several books in the areas of digital signal processing, computer engineering, and software systems, and has served extensively as a consultant to industry and the government. He is a fellow of the IEEE and received the 2006 Frederick Emmons Terman Medal from the American Society of Engineering Education for his contributions to electrical engineering.

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Table of Contents

Complex Random Variables and Stochastic Processes; Daniel R. Fuhrmann
Beamforming Techniques for Spatial Filtering; Barry Van Veen and Kevin M. Buckley
Subspace-Based Direction-Finding Methods; Egemen Gönen and Jerry M. Mendel
ESPRIT and Closed-Form 2D Angle Estimation with Planar Arrays; Martin Haardt, Michael D. Zoltowski, Cherian P. Mathews, and Javier Ramos
A Unified Instrumental Variable Approach to Direction Finding in Colored Noise Fields; P. Stoica, Mats Viberg, M. Wong, and Q. Wu
Electromagnetic Vector-Sensor Array Processing; Arye Nehorai and Eytan Paldi
Subspace Tracking; R. D. DeGroat, E. M. Dowling, and D. A. Linebarger
Detection: Determining the Number of Sources; Douglas B. Williams
Array Processing for Mobile Communications; A. Paulraj and C. B. Papadias
Beamforming with Correlated Arrivals in Mobile Communications; Victor A. N. Barroso and José M. F. Moura
Peak-to-Average Power Ratio Reduction; Robert J. Baxley and G. Tong Zhou
Space-Time Adaptive Processing for Airborne Surveillance Radar; Hong Wang

Chaotic Signals and Signal Processing; Alan V. Oppenheim and Kevin M. Cuomo
Nonlinear Maps; Steven H. Isabelle and Gregory W. Wornell
Fractal Signals; Gregory W. Wornell
Morphological Signal and Image Processing; Petros Maragos
Signal Processing and Communication with Solitons; Andrew C. Singer
Higher-Order Spectral Analysis; Athina P. Petropulu

Introduction to the TMS320 Family of Digital Signal Processors; Panos Papamichalis
Rapid Design and Prototyping of DSP Systems; T. Egolf, M. Pettigrew, J. Debardelaben, R. Hezar, S. Famorzadeh, A. Kavipurapu, M. Khan, Lan-Rong Dung, K. Balemarthy, N. Desai, Yong-kyu Jung, and Vijay K. Madisetti
Baseband Processing Architectures for SDR; Yuan Lin, Mark Woh, Sangwon Seo, Chaitali Chakrabarti, Scott Mahlke, and Trevor Mudge
Software-Defined Radio for Advanced Gigabit Cellular Systems; Brian Kelley

OFDM: Performance Analysis and Simulation Results for Mobile Environments; Mishal Al-Gharabally and Pankaj Das
Space–Time Coding and Application in WiMAX; Naofal Al-Dhahir, Robert Calderbank, Jimmy Chui, Sushanta Das, and Suhas Diggavi
Exploiting Diversity in MIMO-OFDM Systems for Broadband Wireless Communications; Weifeng Su, Zoltan Safar, and K. J. Ray Liu
OFDM Technology: Fundamental Principles, Transceiver Design, and Mobile Applications; Xianbin Wang, Yiyan Wu, and Jean-Yves Chouinard
Space–Time Coding; Mohanned O. Sinnokrot and Vijay K. Madisetti
A Multiplexing Approach to the Construction of High-Rate Space–Time Block Codes; Mohanned O. Sinnokrot and Vijay K. Madisetti
Soft-Output Detection of Multiple-Input Multiple-Output Channels; David L. Milliner and John R. Barry
Lattice Reduction–Aided Equalization for Wireless Applications; Wei Zhang and Xiaoli Ma
Overview of Transmit Diversity Techniques for Multiple Antenna Systems; D. A. Zarbouti, D. A. Kateros, D. I. Kaklamani, and G. N. Prezerakos
RADAR SYSTEMS; Vijay K. Madisetti
Radar Detection; Bassem R. Mahafza and Atef Z. Elsherbeni
Radar Waveforms; Bassem R. Mahafza and Atef Z. Elsherbeni
High Resolution Tactical Synthetic Aperture Radar; Bassem R. Mahafza, Atef Z. Elsherbeni, and Brian J. Smith

3D Image Processing; André Redert and Emile A. Hendriks

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