Multiantenna Wireless Communication Systems available in Hardcover
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- Artech House, Incorporated
Antenna diversity has become of critical importance in today's mobile communications systems and this groundbreaking book offers you new approaches to designing transmission strategies for multi-antenna systems. With these novel and practical design strategies you can develop transmission systems that efficiently use available power and bandwidth. The book shows you how to design multi-antenna transceivers in single antenna systems that can reduce transmission power, while ensuring a specified quality level. In addition, you can design wireless networks that have a prescribed degree and probability of connectivity and fault tolerance.
About the Author
Sergio Barbarossa is professor at the University of Rome "La Sapienza," where he earned his M.Sc. in electrical engineering and a Ph.D. in information and communication engineering. He participated in the Third Generation European Universal Mobile Telecommunication System project and is currently involved in the Wireless Initiative, a research program being conducted in collaboration with the University of Minnesota. He is co-holder of the 2000 IEEE Best Paper Award from the IEEE Signal Processing Society for a two-part paper in the area of signal processing for communications.
Table of Contents
Channel Models. Multicarrier Systems. Multiple Access. Adaptive Modulation. Multiplexing versus Diversity Gains. Multiple Antenna Transceivers for Flat Fading Channels. Multiple Antenna Transceivers for Frequency Selective Channels. Maximum Information Rate Coding. Multihop Networks. Appendices.