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Signal Processing for Mobile Communications Handbook




ISBN 9780849316579
Published August 16, 2004 by CRC Press
872 Pages 264 B/W Illustrations

 
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In recent years, a wealth of research has emerged addressing various aspects of mobile communications signal processing. New applications and services are continually arising, and future mobile communications offer new opportunities and exciting challenges for signal processing.

The Signal Processing for Mobile Communications Handbook provides a comprehensive survey of signal processing techniques used in mobile communications that concern the transmitter, the receiver, and the propagation channel. Distinguished contributors discuss a spectrum of topics, including 4-G mobile communication challenges, adaptive coded modulation, channel modeling, estimation and identification, diversity combining and adaptive equalization, multi-user detection, DSP for OFDM, synchronization, and more. Emerging techniques such as neural networks, Markov Chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) methods, time-frequency analysis, and Chaos are also explored.

Presented in a tutorial format with hundreds of figures and tables, this handbook makes signal processing as applied to digital communications accessible for all professionals, researchers, and students involved in mobile communications.

Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION
Signal Processing for Future Mobile Communications Systems: Challenges and Perspectives; Quazi Mehbubar Rahman and Mohamed Ibnkahla
CHANNEL MODELING AND ESTIMATION
Multipath Propagation Models for Broadband Wireless Systems; Andreas F. Molisch and Fredrik Tufvesson
Modeling and Estimation of Mobile Channels; Jitendra K. Tugnait
Mobile Satellite Channels: Statistical Models and Performance Analysis; Giovanni E. Corazza, Alessandro Vanelli-Coralli, Raffaella Pedone, and Massimo Neri
Mobile Velocity Estimation for Wireless Communications; Bouchra Senadji, Ghazem Azemi, and Boualem Boashash
MODULATION TECHNIQUES FOR WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS
Adaptive Coded Modulation for Transmission over Fading Channels; Dennis L. Goeckel
Signaling Constellations for Transmission over Nonlinear Channels; Hisham Abdul Hussein Al-Asady, Quazi M. Rahman, and Mohamed Ibnkahla
Carrier Frequency Synchronization for OFDM Systems; Mounir Ghogho and Ananthram Swami
Filter-Bank Modulation Techniques for Transmission over Frequency-Selective Channels; Giovanni Cherubini
MULTIPLE ACCESS TECHNIQUES
Spread-Spectrum Techniques for Mobile Communications; Filippo Giannetti and Marco Luise
Multiuser Detection for Fading Channels; Stefano Buzzi
MIMO SYSTEMS
Principles of MIMO-OFDM Wireless Systems; Helmut Bölcskei
Space-Time Coding and Signal Processing for Broadband Wireless Communications; Naofal Al-Dhahir
Linear Precoding for MIMO Systems; Anna Scaglione, Atul Salhotra, and Azadeh Vosoughi
Performance Analysis of Multiple Antenna Systems; Ming Kang and Mohamed-Slim Alouini
EQUALIZATION AND RECEIVER DESIGN
Equalization Techniques for Fading Channels; Geert Leus and Marc Moonen
Low-Complexity Diversity Combining Schemes for Mobile Communications; Hong-Chuan Yang and Mohamed-Slim Alouini
Overview of Equalization Techniques for MIMO Fading Channels; Noura Sellami, Inbar Fijalkow, and Mohamed Siala
Neural Networks for Transmission over Nonlinear Channels; Mohamed Ibnkahla, Jun Yuan, and Rober Boutros
VOICE OVER IP
Voice over IP and Wireless: Principles and Challenges; Fernando Díaz-de-María, Ascensión Gallardo-Antolín, and Carmen Peláez-Moreno
WIRELESS GEOLOCATION TECHNIQUES
Geolocation Techniques for Mobile Radio Systems; James J. Caffery, Jr. and Saipradeep Venkatraman
Adaptive Arrays for GPS Receivers; Moeness Amin, Wei Sun, and Alan Lindsey
POWER CONTROL AND WIRELESS NETWORKING
Transmitter Power Control in Wireless Networking: Basic Principles and Core Algorithms; Nicholas Bambos and Savvas Gitzenis
Signal Processing for Multiaccess Communication Networks; Qing Zhao and Lang Tong
EMERGING TECHNIQUES AND APPLICATIONS
Time-Frequency Signal Processing for Wireless Communications; Boualem Boashash, A. Belouchrani, Karim Abed-Meraim, and Nguyen Linh-Trung
Monte Carlo Signal Processing for Digital Communications: Principles and Applications; Xiaodong Wang
Principles of Chaos Communications; Andreas Abel and Wolfgang Schwarz
Adaptation Techniques and Enabling Parameter Estimation Algorithms for Wireless Communications Systems; Hüseyin Arslan
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