Wireless Personal Communications: Advances in Coverage and Capacity / Edition 1

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Wireless Personal Communications: Advances in Coverage and Capacity present a broad range of topics in wireless communications. The majority of the chapters are relevant to creating higher capacity (spectrally efficient) systems with greater coverage. Topics include adaptive antenna array measurements and algorithm comparisons, Cellular Digital Packet Data deployment guidelines, speech coding techniques, wireless system design methodology, and propagation measurements in hostile or previously unexplored channels.
Wireless Personal Communications: Advances in Coverage and Capacity is organized into three sections. Section I covers novel wireless systems and hardware and focuses on adaptive arrays, wireless hardware methodology, and deployment guidelines for CDPD among other topics. Section II focuses on Code Division Multiple Access (CMDA) and DSP techniques, both of which are used to facilitate more efficient utilization of the spectrum under adverse channel conditions. This section includes techniques for mitigating interference and multipath. Section III deals with propagation and system design issues. Propagation measurements are presented and include results for the channel characteristics at the New York Mercantile Exchange with closely packed people and hostile electromagnetic interference, to measurements of concrete slabs.
Wireless Personal Communications: Advances in Coverage and Capacity serves as an excellent reference source and may be used as a text for advanced courses on the subject.

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Contains papers from a June 1996 symposium held in Blacksburg, Virginia, concentrating on the creation of higher capacity, spectrally efficient systems with greater coverage. Section I covers novel wireless systems and hardware and focuses on adaptive arrays, wireless hardware methodology and guidelines for CDPD. Section II examines techniques for use under adverse channel conditions, and discusses ways to mitigate interference and multipath. Section III deals with propagation and system design issues and contains propagation measurement results from real-life situations. Can be used as a reference or as a text for advanced courses. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Table of Contents

Preface. I. Novel Wireless Systems and Hardware. 1. Cellemetry - Telemetry via Cellular; T.F. Evans. 2. Smart Antenna Testbed for Mobile Wireless Systems; J.P. Kennedy, S.W. Ellingson. 3. A Practical Perspective on Cellular Digital Packet Data (CDPD) Systems; N.L. Romanowich. 4. Low Cost BPSK 2.4 GHz Radio for Wireless LAN; W.O. Camp, et al. 5. Error Floor of pi/4 DQPSK in Mobile Radio Channels; A.F. Molisch, E. Bonek. 6. Real-Time Implementation of QCELP Vocoder for Speech and Data in CDMA Cellular System Using TMS320C50 Fixed Point DSP Chip; J.W. Kim, et al. II. CDMA and DSP Techniques. 7. Spread-Spectrum Packet Radio Using Narrowband Headers; R.K. Morrow, Jr. 8. Congestion Relief on Power-Controlled CDMA Networks; J.M. Jacobsmeyer. 9. A Simulation Study of Interference and SIR in Integrated Voice/Data Wireless DS-CDMA Networks; K. Das, S.D. Morgera. 10. Comparative Study of Adaptive Antenna Arrays in CDMA Communication Systems; P.A. Murphy, G.E. Ford. III. Propagation and System Design Issues. 12. Site Survey for Wireless Communications Evaluation for New York Mercantile Exchange; C. Panasik, et al. 13. Measurement of RF Propagation Into Concrete Structures Over the Frequency Range 100 MHz to 3 GHz; C.D. Taylor, et al. 14. Interference from Wireless Devices into Network Equipment Inside COs Between 450 and 914 MHz; M. Hoque, et al. 15. Fading Phenomena in the Wireless Environment; F. Bohn, et al. 16. Transmitter Timing Optimization in Digital Simulcast Networks; R.Petrovic. 17. The Prediction of the Performance of Diversity Systems by Modal Analysis and FDTD; G. Dolmans. 18. The Spectrum Management Process: How it is Working to Support the New Wireless Services; D.J. Cohen. 19. Analysis of Eigenstructure Technique for DSSS Synchronization; N.R. Mangalvedhe, J.H. Reed. 20. Future Wireless Challenges for Integrated Circuits; D.E. Fague. Index.

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