Theory and Applications
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- Mainak Chowdhury, Techno India College of Technology, Kolkata
- Arumita Biswas, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited, Kolkata
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Owing to the rapid developments and growth in the telecommunications industry, the need to develop relevant skills in this field are in high demand. Wireless technology helps to exchange the information between portable devices situated globally. In order to fulfil the demands of this developing field, a unified approach between fundamental concepts and advanced topics is required. The book bridges the gap with a focus on key concepts along with the latest developments including turbo coding, smart antennas, multiple input multiple output (MIMO) system, and software defined radio. It also underpins the design requirements of wireless systems and provides comprehensive coverage of the cellular system and its generations: 3G and 4G (Long Term Evolution). With numerous solved examples, numerical questions, open book exam questions, and illustrations, undergraduates and graduate students will find this to be a readable and highly useful text.Read more
- Provides comprehensive coverage of different cellular systems and their generations up to 4G
- Offers extensive discussion of MIMO systems, cognitive radio and sensor networks
- Focuses on design requirements, governing principles and spectrum allocation
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- Date Published: December 2017
- format: Adobe eBook Reader
- isbn: 9781316870747
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Table of Contents
1. Overview of wireless communication systems
Part I. Fundamentals of Wireless Communication:
2. Modulation, coding, equalization, diversity
3. Resource allocation techniques
4. Spread spectrum technology
5. Antenna basics
6. Wave propagation
Part II. Wireless Systems:
7. Cellular system
8. Global system for mobile [GSM]
9. GPRS and EDGE
10. 3G, HSDPA, HSUPA and LTE
11. Wireless LAN and WiMAX
12. Satellite communication
Appendix A. Design and simulation of antenna for wireless communication
Appendix B. Software defined ratio
Appendix C. Cognitive radio
Appendix D. Sensor network
Appendix E. Trunking theory
Open book questions
Hints for open book questions
Extra multiple choice questions
Solutions to extra multiple choice questions
Model question papers
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