Fundamentals Of Wireless Communication

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Fundamentals Of Wireless Communication

David Tse, Pramod Viswanath | "Fundamentals Of Wireless Communication"
Cambridge Press | Jun 2005 | ISBN: 0521845270 | English | Pages: 586 | PDF | Size : 3.6 MB

This book aims to present modern wireless communication concepts in a coherent and unified manner and to illustrate the concepts in the broader context of the wireless systems on which they have been applied.
This book is written as a textbook for a first-year graduate course in wireless communication. The expected background is solid undergraduate/beginning graduate courses in signals and systems, probability and digital communication. This background is supplemented by the two appendices in the book. Appendix A summarizes some basic facts in vector detection and estimation in Gaussian noise which are used repeatedly throughout the book. Appendix B covers the underlying information theory behind the channel capacity results used in this book. Even though information theory has played a significant role in many of the recent developments in wireless communication, in the main text we only introduce capacity results in a heuristic manner and use them mainly to motivate communication concepts and techniques. No background in information theory is assumed. The appendix is intended for the reader who wants to have a more in-depth and unified understanding of the capacity results.
The more than 230 exercises form an integral part of the book. Working on at least some of them is essential in understanding the material. Most of them elaborate on concepts discussed in the main text. The exercises range from relatively straightforward derivations of results in the main text, to “back-of-envelope” calculations for actual wireless systems, to “get-your-hands-dirty” MATLAB types, and to reading exercises that point to current research literature. The small bibliographical notes at the end of each chapter provide pointers to literature that is very closely related to the material discussed in the book; we do not aim to exhaust the immense research literature related to the material covered here.

Chapter 01 - Introduction
Chapter 02 - Thewireless channel
Chapter 03 - Point-to-point communication
Chapter 04 - Cellular systems
Chapter 05 - Capacity of wireless channels
Chapter 06 - Multiuser capacity and opportunistic communication
Chapter 07 - MIMO I: spatial multiplexing and channel modeling
Chapter 08 - MIMO II: capacity and multiplexing architectures
Chapter 09 - MIMO III: diversity
Chapter 10 - MIMO IV: multiuser communication

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