Tata McGraw - Hill Education
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Electronics & Communication Engineering
Mobile Communications Engineering, 2/e, provides telecommunication engineers and managers, as well as students a comprehensive coverage on design and development of mobile-radio systems for voice and data in rigorous yet clear terms. Students will find the material and analysis presented within this book helpful in extending their theoretical knowledge and understanding into the field of mobile-radio communication design.
Instead of merely describing the various existing and emerging systems, the book helps you understand the crucial differences between applications for wire line and wireless communications. It complements author's bestselling book on mobile communications, Mobile Cellular Telecommunications, 2/e, also published by McGraw-Hill.
Embellished with graphs, informative illustrations and solved problems, this vital reference addresses such advancements as:
Digital cellular and PCS
Conventional multiple assess technologies, including FDMA, TDMA, CDMA and SDMA
Various multiple access techniques on virtual channels
Traffic and capacity analysis on mobile communications networks
Conceptual clarifications of difficult topics, like processing gain, diversity gain, etc.
New concepts like data transmission, multiuser detection, wavelet representation, etc.
Different system application, including terrestrial mobile systems, satellite mobile, wireless local loops, and wideband systems.