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Cellular Radio Performance Engineering : Mobile Communications Library - Asha Mehrotra

Cellular Radio Performance Engineering

Mobile Communications Library

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Published: 19th December 1994
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This authoritative book focuses on the vital aspects of cellular radio system modeling and performance analysis.

Prefacep. xiii
Introduction to Cellular Mobile Radiop. 1
A Brief History of Mobile Communicationp. 1
Organization of the Bookp. 5
Referencesp. 6
Mathematical Backgroundp. 7
Introductionp. 7
Statistical Theoryp. 8
Definitions and Axioms of Probability Theoryp. 8
Joint, Marginal, and Conditional Probabilitiesp. 10
Random Variables, Probability Distribution, and Probability Densitiesp. 12
Tchebycheff Inequalityp. 17
Transformation of Random Variablesp. 18
Some Useful Probability Distributionsp. 20
Level Crossing Rate and Average Duration of Fadesp. 33
Random Process Descriptionp. 35
Power Spectral Densityp. 36
Linear Time-Invariant Systemsp. 37
Quadrature Representation of Narrowband Noisep. 38
Conclusionsp. 40
Problemsp. 40
Appendix 2Ap. 42
Referencesp. 46
Cellular Environmentp. 47
Introductionp. 47
Statistics of Short- and Long-Term Fadingp. 50
Short-Term Statisticsp. 52
Combined Short- and Long-Term Statisticsp. 59
Spectral Density of the Received Signalp. 60
Level Crossingp. 67
Spatial Correlation of Electric and Magnetic Fieldsp. 71
Correlation Between Two Signals: Coherence Bandwidthp. 77
Channel Simulator Designp. 82
Environmental Noisep. 83
Ignition Noisep. 84
Conclusionsp. 87
Problemsp. 87
Referencesp. 88
Propagationp. 91
Introductionp. 91
Expressing Propagation Characteristicsp. 94
Transmission-Related Parametersp. 94
Terrain Parametersp. 101
Free-Space Propagationp. 104
Relation Between Transmitted Power and Receive Field Intensityp. 104
Free-Space Lossp. 107
Propagation over Flat Earthp. 109
Complex Permittivity Equationp. 115
Reflection Coefficientp. 116
Effects of the Earth's Curvaturep. 118
Concept of Equivalent Earth's Radiusp. 121
Bullington 3 Loss Method over Smooth Spherical Earthp. 123
Volumes of Radio Transmission: Fresnel Zonep. 126
Propagation over a Knife Edgep. 133
Multiple Knife-Edge Diffractionp. 136
Rough-Surface Criteriap. 141
UHF Propagation Modelsp. 144
General Test Models at UHFp. 156
Test Resultsp. 159
Adjustment to Modelsp. 164
Conclusionsp. 171
Problemsp. 172
Referencesp. 174
Antenna Systemsp. 177
Introductionp. 177
Antenna Gainp. 178
Composite Gain of Two Antennasp. 185
Polarizationp. 189
Bandwidthp. 190
Cell-Site Antennasp. 190
Mobile Antennasp. 194
Ancillary Devicesp. 204
Comlunerp. 205
Receiver Multicouplerp. 210
Duplexerp. 213
Transmission Linep. 215
Problems with Cellular Antennasp. 217
Dead Spot Problemp. 217
Isolation Between Transmit and Receiver Antennasp. 218
Anterna Mountingp. 222
Receiver Noise Considerationsp. 223
Noise Equivalent Bandwidthp. 223
Noise Figure (Effective Noise Temperature)p. 226
Network in Cascadep. 228
Intermodulationp. 231
Conclusionsp. 235
Problemsp. 236
Referencesp. 239
Cochannd and Adjacent-Channel Interferencep. 241
Introductionp. 241
Cochannel Interferencep. 242
Probaoilistic Modelp. 250
Cochannel Interference Avoidancep. 256
Adjacent-Channel Interferencep. 261
Adjacent-Channel Interference Controlp. 262
Near-End To Far-End Ratiop. 267
Conclusionsp. 269
Problemsp. 270
Referencesp. 271
Analog and Digital Modulationp. 273
Introductionp. 273
Analog Angls (FM and PM) Modulationp. 276
Characteristics of Angle Modulationp. 276
FM Spectrap. 278
Geneation of FM Signalsp. 281
FM Pemodulatorsp. 285
Detailed Digital Technical Requirementsp. 290
Spectal Efficient Modulation Techniquesp. 291
Adjacent-Channel Interferencep. 293
Good BER Performancep. 293
Efficent Use of dc Powerp. 294
Applicability to the Cellular Environmentp. 295
Implementation Easep. 295
Digital Modulationp. 295
BFSK Modulationp. 295
BPSK Modulationp. 301
QPSK and OQPSK Modulationp. 307
Actual Modulations Used in Mobile Communicationsp. 315
MSK Modulationp. 315
GMSK Modulationp. 327
[pi]/4 DQPSK Modulationp. 333
Tamed Frequency Modulationp. 341
Conclusionsp. 344
Problemsp. 344
Referencesp. 347
Diversity and Combiningp. 349
Introductionp. 349
Diversity Techniquesp. 351
Time Diversityp. 351
Frequency Diversityp. 352
Space Diversityp. 352
Angle Diversity (Direction Diversity)p. 357
Field Component Diversityp. 361
Polarization Diversityp. 362
Rake Diversityp. 362
Predetection and Postdetection Combinersp. 362
Combining Techniquesp. 366
Details of the Scanning Diversity Combinerp. 371
Selection Combiningp. 375
Maximal Ratio Combiningp. 379
Equal Gain Combiningp. 382
Effects of Diversity on FSK Modulationp. 386
Comparison of Selection, Maximal Ratio, and Equal Gain Combining Techniquesp. 389
Conclusionsp. 390
Problemsp. 390
Referencesp. 392
Signal Processing and Codingp. 395
Introductionp. 395
Signal Processingp. 397
Characteristics of Baseband Signalsp. 397
Baseband Filtering Requirementsp. 404
Fundamentals of Phase Locked Loopp. 409
Barker Code Recoveryp. 434
Equalizerp. 435
Voice Processing in FM Systemsp. 441
Block Codingp. 447
Shannon Boundp. 448
Hard and Soft Decisionsp. 449
Code Rate, Redundancy, Weight, and Distancep. 455
Throughput and Coding Gainp. 456
Message Requirements in Coded Communicationp. 459
Majority Voting Process (Time Diversity)p. 463
Interleaving for Burst Error Randomizationp. 464
Speech Codingp. 470
Transmission Rates in Speech Codingp. 471
Residual Excited Linear Prediction Vocoderp. 474
CELP Speech Coderp. 483
Conclusionsp. 484
Problemsp. 485
Referencesp. 485
Microcellular Radio Communication: Cordless Telephones and Personal Communicationp. 487
Introductionp. 487
Microcellular Systemsp. 489
Technical and Operational Requirements of Microcellular Systemsp. 492
Cordless Telephonep. 499
Technical Requirementsp. 503
Cordless Telephone Versus Cellular Radiop. 508
Cordless Telephone First Generation CT-1p. 508
Cordless Telephone Second Generation CT-2p. 509
Digital European Cordless Telecommunicationp. 514
PCN Servicesp. 518
Comparing PCN to Cellularp. 519
PCN in Europep. 519
PCN in the United Statesp. 520
Expected Technical Characteristics of the CDMA Systemp. 522
Conclusionsp. 523
Problemsp. 524
Referencesp. 525
About the Authorp. 527
Indexp. 529
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ISBN: 9780890067482
ISBN-10: 0890067481
Series: Mobile Communications Library
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 556
Published: 19th December 1994
Publisher: Artech House Publishers
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.9 x 15.2  x 3.4
Weight (kg): 0.98