Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiple Access Fundamentals and Applications
Supported by the expert-level advice of pioneering researchers, Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiple Access Fundamentals and Applications provides a comprehensive and accessible introduction to the foundations and applications of one of the most promising access technologies for current and future wireless networks. It includes authoritative coverage of the history, fundamental principles, key techniques, and critical design issues of OFDM systems.
Covering various techniques of effective resource management for OFDM/OFDMA-based wireless communication systems, this cutting-edge reference:
- Addresses open problems and supplies possible solutions
- Provides a concise overview of key techniques for adaptive modulation
- Investigates radio channel modeling in OFDMA-based wireless communication systems
- Details detection strategies of frequency-domain equalization for broadband communications
- Introduces a novel combination of OFDM and the orbital angular momentum of the electromagnetic field to improve performance
- Contains extensive treatment of adaptive MIMO beamforming suitable for multiuser access
This valuable resource supplies readers with a macro-level understanding of OFDMA and its key issues, while providing a systematic manual for those whose work is directly related to practical OFDMA and other multiuser communication systems projects.
Table of Contents
Introduction to OFDMA. Radio Channel Modeling for OFDMA. Nonlinearity Analysis of OFDM-basedWireless Systems. Game Theory and OFDMA Resource Allocation. Resource Management Techniques for OFDMA. Scheduling and Resource Allocation in OFDMAWireless Systems. Spectrum Efficiency in OFDMA. Resource Allocation in IEEE 802.16e MobileWiMAX. Resource Management in MIMO-OFDM Systems. Differential Space Time Block Codes for MIMO–OFDM. Adaptive Modulation. Training Sequence Design in Multiuser OFDM Systems. Fundamentals of OFDMA Synchronization. Synchronization for OFDM and OFDMA. Multiuser CFOs Estimation in OFDMA Uplink Systems. Frequency Domain Equalization for OFDM and SC/FDE; MIMO Beamforming Schemes for Multiuser Access in OFDM–SDMA. Cooperative OFDMA in the Presence of Frequency Offsets; Performance and Optimization of Relay-Assisted OFDMA Networks. OFDM–MIMO Applications for High Altitude Platform Communications. OFDMA Systems and Applications. OFDMA-Based MobileWiMAX. Index.
Tao Jiang is a professor in the Department of Electronics and Information Engineering at Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan, People’s Republic of China. He received his BS and MS degrees in applied geophysics from China University of Geosciences, Wuhan, People’s Republic of China in 1997 and 2000, respectively. In June 2004, he received his PhD degree in information and communication engineering fromHuazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan, People’s Republic of China. He was an academic visiting scholar in Brunel University, UK, from August 2004 to 2005. He worked in the United States as a postdoctoral researcher in some universities, including University of Michigan from October 2006 to December 2007.
His research focuses on nano-networks, areas of wireless communications based on OFDM and MIMO, especially cognitive radio networks, cooperative communications, wireless sensor networks, free space optical communication, and corresponding digital signal processing. He has authored or co-authored over 60 technical papers in journals, conference proceedings, and book chapters in these areas. He served or is serving as a symposium technical program committee member of many major IEEE conferences, including INFOCOM, VTC, ICC, GLOBCOM, WCNC, and so on. He has been invited to serve as TPC Symposium Chair for IWCMC 2010. He served or is serving as an associate editor of some technical journals in communications, including Wiley’s Wireless Communications andMobile Computing (WCMC) Journal andWiley’s International Journal of Communication Systems. He is a member of IEEE, IEEE ComSoc, and IEEE Broadcasting.
Lingyang Song received a BS degree in communication engineering from Jilin University, China, in 2002 and a PhD in differential space–time codes and MIMO from the University of York, UK, in 2007, where he received the K. M. Stott Prize for excellent research. From Ja