ISBN 9788126532582,Mobile Communications Design Fundamentals, 2Nd Edition

Mobile Communications Design Fundamentals, 2Nd Edition



Wiley India Pvt Ltd

Publication Year 2011

ISBN 9788126532582

ISBN-10 8126532580


Number of Pages 392 Pages
Language (English)

Computer Engineering

TABLE OF CONTENTS The Mobile Radio Environment Representation of a Mobile Radio Signal Causes of Propagation Path Loss Causes of Fading Reciprocity Principle Definitions of Necessary Terms and Their Applications Prediction of Propagation Loss The Philosophy behind the Prediction of Propagation Loss Obtaining Meaningful Propagation-Loss Data from Measurements Prediction over Flat Terrain Point-to-Point Prediction (Path-Loss Prediction over Hilly Terrain) Other Factors The Merit of Point-to-Point Prediction Microcell Prediction Model Calculation of Fades and Methods of Reducing Fades Amplitude Fades Random PM and Random FM Selective Fading and Selective Random FM Diversity Schemes Combining Techniques Bit-Error Rate and Word-Error Rate in Fading Environment Calculation of Signal Strength above a Level in a Cell (for a Stationary Mobile Unit) Single-Sideband (SSB) Modulation Mobile Radio Interference Noise-Limited and Interference-Limited Environment Co-channel and Adjacent-Channel Interference Intermodulation (IM) Near-End-to-Far-End Ratio Intersymbol Interference Simulcast Interference Radius of Local Scatterers Frequency Plans and Their Associated Schemes Channelized Schemes and Frequency Reuse Frequency-Division Multiplexing (FDM) Time-Division Multiplexing (TDM) Spread Spectrum and Frequency Hopping Cellular Concept Spectral Efficiency and Cellular Schemes Design Parameters at the Base Station Antenna Locations Antenna Spacing and Antenna Heights Antenna Configurations Noise Environment Power and Field Strength Conversions Design Parameters at the Mobile Unit Antenna Spacing and Antenna Heights Mobile Unit Standing Still and in Motion Independent Samples and Sampling Rate Directional Antennas and Diversity Schemes Directional Antennas Frequency Dependency and Independency Noise Environment Antenna Connections and Locations on the Mobile Unit Field Component Diversity Antennas Signaling and Channel Access Criteria of Signaling Design False-Alarm Rate Word-Error Rate Channel Assignment Switching Capacity Consideration Cellular CDMA Why CDMA? Narrowband (NB) Wave Propagation Wideband (WB) Signal Propagation Key Elements in Designing Cellular Spread Techniques in Modulation Description of DS Modulation Capacities of Multiple-Access Schemes Reduction of Near-Far Ratio Interference in CDMA Natural Attributes of CDMA Microcell Systems Design of a Conventional Cellular System Description of New Microcell System Design Analysis of Capacity and Voice Quality Reduction of Hand-offs System Capacity Attributes of Microcell Miscellaneous Related Systems PCS (Personal Communications Service) Portable Telephone Systems Air-to-Ground Communications Land-Mobile/Satellite Communications System References Problems Index