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Wireless Technology
Protocols, Standards, and Techniques




ISBN 9780849309694
Published December 21, 2001 by CRC Press
568 Pages 154 B/W Illustrations

 
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Book Description

Vast, complex technologies, countless relevant topics, seemingly limitless documentation of standards and recommendations… In a field as dynamic as wireless technology, how is one to keep up when the very task of deciding which publications to read and which resources belong on your shelf can be daunting?

Wireless Technology: Protocols, Standards, and Techniques has sorted it out for you. From basic principles to the state of the art, it furnishes clear, concise descriptions of second and third generation wireless technologies. The bestselling author of the Foundations of Mobile Radio Engineering has gathered together the most up-to-date networking standards, techniques, and protocols and incorporated clear, concise treatments of the necessary background material to form the most current and complete wireless reference available.

However bumpy the road may seem, the migration to a wireless world is inevitable. Whether you are a communications engineer, network analyst or designer, electrical engineer, or computer engineer, keeping up in this rapidly evolving field is imperative. This book will help you stay at the forefront of your field and contribute to making the wireless world a reality.

Table of Contents

PART 1: INTRODUCTION
WIRELESS NETWORK
Introduction
Intelligent Network
Network Architecture
Protocol Architecture
Channel Structure
Narrowband and Wideband Systems
Multiple Access
Summary
CELLULAR PRINCIPLES
Introduction
Cellular Hierarchy
System Management
System Performance
Cellular Reuse Pattern
Macrocellular Reuse Pattern
Microcellular Reuse Pattern
Interference in Narrowband and Wideband Systems
Interference in Narrowband Macrocellular Systems
Interference in Narrowband Microcellular Systems
Interference in Wideband Systems
Network Capacity
Summary
MULTIPLE ACCESS
Introduction
Signal Domains
Duplexing
Multiple Access Categories
Scheduled Multiple Access
Random Multiple Access
Controlled Multiple Access
Hybrid Multiple Access
Summary
Part II: 2G SYSTEMS
GSM
Introduction
Features and Services
Architecture
Multiple Access
The Logical Channels
Messages
Call Management
Frequency Hopping
Discontinuous Transmission
Power Control
Spectral Efficiency
Summary
cdmaONE
Introduction
Features and Services
Architecture
Multiple Access Structure
The Logical Channels
Signaling Format
Messages, Orders, and Parameters
Messages and Orders and Logical Channels
Mobile Station Call Processing
Base Station Call Processing
Authentication, Message Encryption, and Voice Privacy
Authentication
Message Encryption
Voice Privacy
Roaming
Handoff
Power Control
Call Procedures
EIA/TIA/IS-95B
Summary
PART III: WIRELESS DATA
WIRELESS DATA TECHNOLOGY
Introduction
General Packet Radio Service (GPRS)
EIA/TIA/IS-95B
High Data Rate (HDR)
Summary
PART IV: 3G SYSTEMS
IMT-2000
Introduction
Some Definitions
Frequency Allocation
Features and Services
Traffic Classes
IMT-2000 System and IMT-2000 Family
Specific Functions
Network Architecture
Physical Entities and Functional Entities
Functional Entities and their Interrelations
Application of IMT-2000 Family Member Concept
Toward 3G
Summary
UTRA
Introduction
Network Architecture
Protocol Architecture
Radio Interface Protocol Architecture
Logical Channels
Transport channels and Indicators
Physical Channels and Physical Signals
Mapping of Channels
Physical Layer Transmission Chain
Channel and Frame Structures
Spreading and Modulation
Spreading Codes
UTRA Procedures
Interference Issues
Summary
cdma2000
Introduction
Network Architecture
Radio Interface Protocol Architecture
Logical Channels
Physical Channels
Mapping of Channels
Achievable Rates
Forward Link
Reverse Link
Forward Physical Channels
Reverse Physical Channels
High Rate Packet Data Access
Summary
PART V: APPENDICES
OPEN SYSTEMS INTERCONNECTION
SIGNALING SYSTEM NUMBER 7
SPREAD SPECTRUM
Correlation
Pseudonoise Sequence
Walsh Codes
Orthogonal Variable Spreading Factor Codes
Rake Receiver
Processing Gain
Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum
Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum
POSITIONING OF THE INTERFERERS IN A MICROCELLULAR GRID
Collinear Type
Even Noncollinear Type
Odd Nonprime Noncollinear
Prime Noncollinear

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