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The Viterbi Algorithm 7. Knife-edge Diffraction Model 4. Mobile Radiotelephony in the U. Impulse Response Model of a Multipath Channel 5. Mobile Radio Systems Around the World.

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Time Dispersion Parameters 5. Coherence Bandwidth 5. Doppler Spread and Coherence Time 5. Types of Small-Scale Fading 5. Flat fading 5. Frequency Selective Fading 5. Fading Effects Due to Doppler Spread 5. Fast Fading 5. Slow Fading 5. Rayleigh and Ricean Distributions 5. Rayleigh Fading Distribution 5. Ricean Fading Distribution 5.


Statistical Models for Multipath Fading Channels 5. Simulation of Clarke and Gans Fading Model 5. Level Crossing and Fading Statistics 5. Two-ray Rayleigh Fading Model 5. Saleh and Valenzuela Indoor Statistical Model 5.

Introduction to Shape Factors 5. Comparison to Omnidirectional Propagation 5. Examples of Fading Behavior 5. Sector Channel Model 5. Double Sector Channel Model 5. Ricean Channel Model 5. Spatial Autocovariance 5. Coherence Distance 5. Applying Shape Factors to Wideband Channels 5. Summary 5. Problems 6.

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Modulation Techniques for Mobile Radio 6. Frequency Modulation vs. Amplitude Modulation 6. Single Sideband AM 6. Pilot Tone SSB 6. Demodulation of AM signals 6. Angle Modulation 6. Spectra and Bandwidth of FM Signals 6. Digital Modulation—an Overview 6. Line Coding 6. Pulse Shaping Techniques 6. Raised Cosine Rolloff Filter 6. Gaussian Pulse-Shaping Filter 6. Geometric Representation of Modulation Signals 6. Linear Modulation Techniques 6. Offset QPSK 6. Constant Envelope Modulation 6.

Spread Spectrum Modulation Techniques 6.

Pseudo-Noise PN Sequences 6. Performance of Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum 6. Performance of Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum 6. Modulation Performance in Fading and Multipath Channels 6.

Problems 7. Equalization, Diversity, and Channel Coding 7.


Introduction 7. Fundamentals of Equalization 7. Training A Generic Adaptive Equalizer 7. Equalizers in a Communications Receiver 7. Survey of Equalization Techniques 7. Linear Equalizers 7. Nonlinear Equalization 7.

Algorithms for Adaptive Equalization 7. Zero Forcing Algorithm 7. Least Mean Square Algorithm 7. Recursive Least Squares Algorithm 7. Summary of Algorithms 7. Fractionally Spaced Equalizers 7. Diversity Techniques 7. Derivation of Selection Diversity Improvement 7. Derivation of Maximal Ratio Combining Improvement 7. Practical Space Diversity Considerations 7. Selection Diversity 7. Feedback or Scanning Diversity 7.

Maximal Ratio Combining 7. Equal Gain Combining 7. Frequency Diversity 7. Time Diversity 7. RAKE Receiver 7. Interleaving 7. Fundamentals of Channel Coding 7. Case Study: Reed—Solomon Encoding 7. Convolutional Codes 7. Decoding of Convolutional Codes 7. The Viterbi Algorithm 7. Coding Gain 7. Trellis Coded Modulation 7. Turbo Codes 7. Problems 8. Speech Coding 8. Introduction 8. Characteristics of Speech Signals 8. Quantization Techniques 8. Uniform Quantization 8. Nonuniform Quantization 8.

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Adaptive Quantization 8. Vector Quantization 8. Frequency Domain Coding of Speech 8. Frequency Modulation vs. Amplitude Modulation.

Wireless Communications- Principles And Practice by Theodore S Rappaport.pdf

Angle Modulation. Digital Modulation: An Overview. Line Coding. Pulse Shaping Techniques. Geometric Representation of Modulation Signals. Linear Modulation Techniques.

Constant Envelope Modulation. Spread Spectrum Modulation Techniques. Modulation Performance in Fading and Multipath Channels. Fundamentals of Equalization. Training A Generic Adaptive Equalizer.

Equalizers in a Communications Receiver. Survey of Equalization Techniques. Linear Equalizers. Nonlinear Equalization. Algorithms for Adaptive Equalization. Fractionally Spaced Equalizers. Diversity Techniques. RAKE Receiver.

Fundamentals of Channel Coding. Block Codes and Finite Fields. Convolutional Codes. Coding Gain. Trellis Coded Modulation. Turbo Codes. Characteristics of Speech Signals.

Quantization Techniques. Frequency Domain Coding of Speech. Linear Predictive Coders. Choosing Speech Codecs for Mobile Communications. The GSM Codec. Performance Evaluation of Speech Coders. Spread Spectrum Multiple Access. Packet Radio. Capacity of Cellular Systems. Introduction to Wireless Networks. Development of Wireless Networks.