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Fading and Interference Mitigation in Wireless Communications

1st Edition

By Stefan Panic, Mihajlo Stefanovic, Jelena Anastasov, Petar Spalevic

CRC Press

264 pages | 75 B/W Illus.

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The rapid advancement of various wireless communication system services has created the need to analyze the possibility of their performance improvement. Introducing the basic principles of digital communications performance analysis and its mathematical formalization, Fading and Interference Mitigation in Wireless Communications will help you stay up to date with recent developments in the performance analysis of space diversity reception over fading channels in the presence of cochannel interference.

The bookpresents a unified method for computing the performance of digital communication systems characterized by a variety of modulation and detection types and channel models. Explaining the necessary concepts of digital communication system design, the book guides you step by step through the basics of performance analysis of digital communication receivers.

Supplying you with the tools to perform an accurate performance evaluation of the proposed communication scenarios, the book includes coverage of multichannel reception in various fading environments, influence of cochannel interference, and macrodiversity reception when channels are simultaneously affected by various types of fading and shadowing. It also includes many numerical illustrations of applications that correspond to practical systems.

The book presents a large collection of system performance curves to help researchers and system designers perform their own tradeoff studies. The presented collection of system performances will help you perform trade-off studies among the various communication type/drawback combinations in order to determine the optimal choice considering the available constraints.

The concepts covered in this book can be useful across a range of applications, including wireless, satellite, terrestrial, and maritime communications.

Table of Contents

Introduction

Modeling of Fading Channels

Multipath Fading

Rayleigh Fading Model

Rician Fading Model

Hoyt Fading Model

Nakagami-m Fading Model

Weibull Fading Model

α-μ (Generalized Gamma) Fading Model

κ-μ Fading Model

η-μ Fading Model

Shadowing (Long Time Fading)

Log-Normal Shadowing Model

Gamma Shadowing Model

Composite Fading Models

Suzuki Fading Model

Generalized K Fading Model

Rician Shadowing Model

References

Correlative Fading Models

Novel Representations of Multivariate

Correlative α-μ Fading Model

Exponential Correlation Model

Constant Correlation Model

General Correlation Model

Bivariate Rician Distribution

Bivariate Hoyt Distribution

Bivariate Generalized K Distribution

References

Performances of Digital Receivers

System Performance Measures

Average Signal-to-Noise Ratio

Outage Probability

Average Symbol Error Probability

Amount of Fading

Level Crossing Rate

Average Fade Duration

Space Diversity Combining

Maximal Ratio Combining

Equal Gain Combining

Selection Combining

Switch-and-Stay Combining

Macrodiversity Reception

References

Single-Channel Receiver over Fading Channels in the Presence of CCI

Performance Analysis of Reception over α-μ Fading Channels in the Presence of CCI

Performance Analysis of the Reception over κ-μ Fading Channels in the Presence of CCI

Performance Analysis of the Reception over Hoyt Fading Channels in the Presence of CCI

Performance Analysis of the Reception over η-μ Fading Channels in the Presence of CCI

Performance Analysis of the Reception over α-η-μ Fading Channels in the Presence of CCI

Performance Analysis of the Reception over Generalized K Fading Channels in the Presence of CCI

References

Multichannel Receiver over Fading Channels in the Presence of CCI

Diversity Reception over α-μ Fading Channels in the Presence of CCI

SSC Diversity Reception with Uncorrelated Branches

SSC Diversity Reception with Correlated Branches

SC Diversity Reception with Uncorrelated Branches

SC Diversity Reception over Constantly Correlated α-μ Fading Channels

SC Diversity Reception over Exponentially Correlated α-μ Fading Channels

SC Diversity Reception over Generally Correlated α-μ Fading Channels

Diversity Reception over Rician Fading Channels in the Presence of CCI

SSC Diversity Reception with Uncorrelated Branches

SSC Diversity Reception with Correlated Branches

SC Diversity Reception with Uncorrelated Branches

SC Diversity Reception with Correlated Branches

Diversity Reception over Generalized K Fading Channels in the Presence of CCI

SSC Diversity Reception with Uncorrelated Branches

SSC Diversity Reception with Correlated Branches

SC Diversity Reception with Uncorrelated Branches

SC Diversity Reception with Correlated Branches

Diversity Reception over Rayleigh Fading Channels in Experiencing an Arbitrary Number of Multiple CCI

SSC Diversity Reception with Uncorrelated Branches

SSC Diversity Reception with Correlated Branches

SC Diversity Reception with Uncorrelated Branches

SC Diversity Reception with Correlated Branches

References

Macrodiversity Reception over Fading Channels in the Presence of Shadowing

SC Macrodiversity System Operating over Gamma-Shadowed Nakagami-m Fading Channels

Uncorrelated Shadowing

Correlated Shadowing

SC Macrodiversity System Operating over Gamma-Shadowed κ-μ Fading Channels

References

Evaluations of Channel Capacity under Various Adaptation Policies and Diversity Techniques

Channel and System Model

-μ Fading Channel and System Model

Weibull Fading Channel and System Model

Optimal Power and Rate Adaptation Policy

κ-μ Fading Channels

Weibull Fading Channels

Constant Power with Optimal Rate Adaptation Policy

κ-μ Fading Channels

Weibull Fading Channels

Channel Inversion with Fixed Rate Adaptation Policy

κ-μ Fading Channels

Weibull Fading Channels

Truncated Channel Inversion with Fixed Rate

κ-μ Fading Channels

Weibull Fading Channels

Numerical Results

References

Appendix

Index

About the Authors

Stefan R. Panic received his MSc and PhD in electrical engineering from the Faculty of Electronic Engineering, Niš, Serbia, in 2007 and 2010, respectively. His research interests in the field of mobile and multichannel communications include statistical characterization and modeling of fading channels, performance analysis of diversity combining techniques, and outage analysis of multiuser wireless systems subject to interference. In the field of digital communications, his current research interests include information theory, source, and channel coding, and signal processing. He has published more than 40 SCI indexed papers. Currently, he works as docent in the Department of Informatics, Faculty of Natural Science and Mathematics, University of Priština, Serbia.

Mihajlo Stefanovic was born in Niš, Serbia in 1947. He received B.Sc., M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering from the Faculty of Electronic Engineering (Department of Telecommunications), University of Niš, Serbia, in 1971, 1976 and 1979, respectively. His primary research interests are statistical communication theory, optical and satellite communications. He has written or co-authored a great number of journal publications.

Jelena Anastasov was born in Vranje, Serbia in 1982. She received her M.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering from the Faculty of Electronic Engineering, Niš, Serbia, in 2006 as the best graduated student of the generation 2001/2002. She is currently pursuing her PhD degree in the Telecommunications Department, as a Research Assistant at the Faculty of Electronic Engineering, Niš, Serbia. Her research interests are statistical communication theory, optical and satellite communications, and optimal receiver design. She has published several journal publications on the above subject.

Petar Spalevic was born in Kraljevo, Serbia in 1973. He received his B.Sc.and M.Sc. degrees in electrical engineering from the Faculty of Electronic Engineering, University of Priština, Serbia, and his Ph.D. degree from the Faculty of Electronic Engineering, University of Niš, Serbia. His research interests are statistical communication theory, optical and satellite communications, and optimal receiver design. He has published several journal publications on the above subject.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
TEC041000
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Telecommunications
TEC061000
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Mobile & Wireless Communications