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eBook Introduction to Wireless Systems ePub

by Bruce Black

  • ISBN: 0132782243
  • Category: Networking and Cloud Computing
  • Subcategory: Computers
  • Author: Bruce Black
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall; 1 edition (May 28, 2008)
  • Pages: 528
  • ePub book: 1835 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1327 kb
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  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 393

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Bruce A. at the University of California at Berkeley, all in electrical engineering. Since 1983 he has been on the faculty of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in Terre Haute, Indiana, where he has been advisor to Tau Beta Pi and is advisor to the Amateur Radio club (W9NAA).

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Introduction to Wireless Systems brings together the theoretical and practical knowledge readers need to participate effectively in the planning, design, or implementation of virtually any wireless system.

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A Coherent Systems View of Wireless and Cellular Network Design and Implementation. Written for senior-level undergraduates, first-year graduate students, and junior technical professionals, Introduction to Wireless Systems offers a coherent systems view of the crucial lower layers of today's cellular systems.

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A Coherent Systems View of Wireless and Cellular Network Design and n for senior-level undergraduates, first-year graduate students, and junior technical professionals, Introduction to Wireless Systems offers a coherent systems view of the crucial lower.

A Coherent Systems View of Wireless and Cellular Network Design and n for senior-level undergraduates, first-year graduate students, and junior technical professionals, Introduction to Wireless Systems offers a coherent systems view of the crucial lower layers of today’s cellular systems.

A Coherent Systems View of Wireless and Cellular Network Design and Implementation Written for senior-level undergraduates, first-year graduate students, and junior technical professionals, Introduction to Wireless Systems offers a coherent systems view of the crucial lower layers of today’s cellular systems. The authors introduce today’s most important propagation issues, modulation techniques, and access schemes, illuminating theory with real-world examples from modern cellular systems. They demonstrate how elements within today’s wireless systems interrelate, clarify the trade-offs associated with delivering high-quality service at acceptable cost, and demonstrate how systems are designed and implemented by teams of complementary specialists. Coverage includes Understanding the challenge of moving information wirelessly between two points Explaining how system and subsystem designers work together to analyze, plan, and implement optimized wireless systems Designing for quality reception: using the free-space range equation, and accounting for thermal noise Understanding terrestrial channels and their impairments, including shadowing and multipath reception Reusing frequencies to provide service over wide areas to large subscriber bases Using modulation: frequency efficiency, power efficiency, BER, bandwidth, adjacent-channel interference, and spread-spectrum modulation Implementing multiple access methods, including FDMA, TDMA, and CDMA Designing systems for today’s most common forms of traffic—both “bursty” and “streaming” Maximizing capacity via linear predictive coding and other speech compression techniques Setting up connections that support reliable communication among users Introduction to Wireless Systems brings together the theoretical and practical knowledge readers need to participate effectively in the planning, design, or implementation of virtually any wireless system.

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Kelezel Kelezel
Dr. Black, one of the authors, is actually my professor for the class requiring this book. That said, this book is fantastic. It gives great description of various cell systems and their protocols. Obviously this is meant for an electrical engineering curriculum and it does require background knowledge in basic probability and communication theory, but it is still an easy read.
Riavay Riavay
Cell phones are now ubiquitous and the book explains the technical underpinnings of these wireless networks. As the authors explain, the book fills a gap in the technical literature, by being directed at the undergraduate level. Currently, most other materials is either at the research level or for the technician.

The text starts from various physical first principles. So we see the propagation of radio waves, and the uses of antennas for transmission and reception. The circuitry in the book is at the systems level. So it's not really hard core circuit design. Instead, more attention is paid to the definition and properties of a channel. But if we consider the systems level, the key ideas are the uses of base stations to define overlapping cells.

The book can also be used by students anywhere in the world. The authors explain the main cellular systems deployed globally.

To encourage its use as a textbook, the chapters end with exercises; often these cover all the main ideas of each chapter.