Frequency-Domain Receiver Design for Doubly-Selective Channels discusses broadband wireless transmission techniques, which are serious candidates to be implemented in future broadband wireless and cellular systems, aiming at providing high and reliable data transmission and concomitantly high mobility. This book provides an overview of the channel impairments that may affect performance of single carrier and multi-carrier block transmission techniques in mobile environments. Moreover, it also provides a new insight into the new receiver designs able to cope with double selectivity that affects present and future broadband high speed mobile communication systems.
Table of Contents
List of Abbreviations. List of Symbols. Introduction. Motivation and Scope. Book Structure. Fading. Large Scale Fading. Path-Loss. Shadowing. Small Scale Fading. The Multipath Channel. Time-Varying Channel. Block Transmission Techniques. Transmission Structure of a Multicarrier Modulation. Receiver Structure of a Multicarrier Modulation. Multi-Carrier Modulations or Single Carrier Modulations. OFDM Modulations. Analytical Characterization of the OFDM Modulations. Transmission Structure. Reception Structure. SC-FDE Modulations. Transmission Structure. Receiving Structure. Comparative Analysis Between OFDM and SC-FDE. DFE Iterative Receivers. IB-DFE Receiver Structure. IB-DFE with Soft Decisions. Turbo FDE Receiver. Approaching the Matched Filter Bound. Matched Filter Bound. Approaching the Matched Filter Bound. Analytical Computation of the MFB. System Characterization. Performance Results. Performance Results without Channel Coding. Performance Results with Channel Coding. Efficient Channel Estimation for Single Frequency Networks. System Characterization. Channel Estimation. Channel Estimation Enhancement. Decision-Directed Channel Estimation. Performance Results. Conclusions. Asynchronous Single Frequency Networks. SFN Channel Characterization. Impact of Carrier Frequency Offset Effects. Channel and CFO Estimation. Frame Structure. Tracking the Variations of the Equivalent Channel. Adaptive Receivers for SFN with Different CFOs. Method I Method II Method III. Performance Results. Multipath Channels with Strong Doppler Effects. Doppler Frequency Shift due to Movement. Modeling Short-Term Channel Variations. Generic Model for Short-Term Channel Variations. A Novel Model for Short-Term Channel Variations. Channel Estimation and Tracking. Channel Estimation. Tracking of the Channel Variations. Using the Sampling Theorem to Track the Channel Variations. Novel Tracking Technique. Receiver Design. Performance Results.Important Statistical Parameters. Rayleigh Distribu
Paulo Montezuma received the Ph.D. degree from Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia -Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal. Currently he is professor at FCT-UNL. Since 2001 he is researcher at UNINOVA and in 2013 he joined Instituto de Telecomunicações. He has been actively involved in several international research projects in the wireless communications area. He published over 30 journal papers (IET and IEEE journals) , 3 book chapters and over 90 conference papers and 11 patents. His main research activities are on transmitter design, coding and receiver design, namely for MIMO systems, OFDM and SC-FDE modulations.
Fabio Silva received the Ph.D. degree from Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia -Universidade Nova de Lisboa (FCT-UNL), Portugal, in 2015. Currently he is engineer in Radio frequency management department at Portuguese telecommunications regulator (Anacom). He was a researcher at Uninova form 2010 to 2015. He has been actively involved in several national research projects in the broadband wireless communications area. He published over 6 journal papers and over 15 conference papers. His main research activities are on modulation and transmitter/receiver design for wireless communications, with special focus on frequency-domain implementations, namely for MIMO systems and/or OFDM and SC-FDE modulations.
Rui Dinis received the Ph.D. degree from Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal. From 2001 to 2008 he was a Professor at IST. Currently he is an associated professor at FCT-UNL. Since 2009 he is a researcher at Instituto de Telecomunicações. He has been involved in several international research projects in the broadband wireless communications area. He published 4 books, over 100 journal papers and book chapters and over 300 conference papers and has 11 patents. Main research activities are on modulation and transmitter design, nonlinear effects on digital communications and receiver design, with emphasis on MIMO systems, OFDM and SC-FDE