Quadrature Amplitude Modulation: From Basics to Adaptive Trellis-Coded, Turbo-Equalised and Space-Time Coded OFDM, CDMA and MC-CDMA Systems, 2nd Edition
November 2004, Wiley-IEEE Press
Now fully revised and updated, with more than 300 pages of new material, this new edition presents the wide range of recent developments in the field and places particular emphasis on the family of coded modulation aided OFDM and CDMA schemes. In addition, it also includes a fully revised chapter on adaptive modulation and a new chapter characterizing the design trade-offs of adaptive modulation and space-time coding.
Divided into four parts:
Part I: commences with a historical perspective and classic schemes for the uninitiated
Part II: offers a deep discourse on adaptive QAM arrangements that have found their way also into the 3G system's High Speed Data Packet Access (HSDPA) mode
Part III: details the advanced intricacies of adaptive versus space-time block- and trellis-coded OFDM and MC-CDMA
Part IV: contains previously unpublished new research results. It commences with a theoretical chapter on the capacity of wireless channels. The discussions then continue by contriving sophisticated iterative coded modulation systems, such as TCM, TTCM, BICM, BICM-ID designed for turbo-detected QAM-based space-time coded OFDM and CDMA systems operating over wireless channels
In summary, this volume amalgamates a comprehensive textbook with a deep research monograph on the topic of QAM, ensuring it has a wide-ranging appeal for both senior undergraduate and postgraduate students as well as practicing engineers and researchers.
Related Wiley and IEEE Press Books.
I: QAM Basics.
1. Introduction and Background.
2. Communications Channels.
3. Introduction to Modems.
4. Basic QAM Techniques.
5. Square QAM.
6. Clock and Carrier Recovery.
7. Trained and Blind Equaliser Techniques.
8. Classic QAM Modems.
II: Adaptive QAM Techniques for Fading Channels.
9. Square QAM for fading channels.
10. Star QAM for Fading Channels.
11. Timing Recovery for Fading Channels.
12. Wideband QAM Transmissions over Fading Channels.
13. Quadrature-Quadrature AM.
14. Area Spectral Efficiency of Adaptive Cellular QAM Systems.
III: Advanced QAM: Adaptive versus Space-Time Block- and Trellis-Coded OFDM.
15. Introduction to OFDM.
16. OFDM Transmission over Gaussian Channels.
17. OFDM Transmission over Wideband Channels.
18. Time and Frequency Domain Synchronisation for OFDM.
19. Adaptive Single- and Multi-user OFDM.
20. Block-Coded Adaptive OFDM.
21. Space-Time Coded versus Adaptive QAM-aided OFDM.
22. Adaptive QAM Optimisation for OFDM and MC-CDMA.
IV: Advanced QAM:Turbo-Equalised Adaptive TCM, TTCM, BICM, BICM-ID and Space-Time Coding Assisted OFDM and CDMA Systems.
23. Capacity and Cutoff Rate of Gaussian and Rayleigh Channels.
24. Coded Modulation Theory.
25. Coded Modulation Performance in Non-dispersive Propagation Environments.
26. Coded Modulation Assisted Channel Equalised Systems.
27. Coded Modulation Assisted Code-Division Multiple Access.
28. Coded Modulation and Space Time Block Coded Aided CDMA.
29. Comparative Study of Various Coded Modulation Schemes.
30. QAM-Based Terrestrial and Satellite Video Broadcast Systems.
Dr. Soon Xin Ng received a first-class B.Eng. degree in Electronics Engineering and the Ph.D. degree in mobile communications from the University of Southampton, U.K, in July 1999 and December 2002, respectively. Currently, he is continuing his research as a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Southampton U.K. His research interests are mainly in adaptive coded modulation, channel coding, turbo coding, space-time coding and joint source and channel coding. He published numerous papers in this field.
Thomas Keller studied Electrical Engineering at the University of Karlsruhe, the Ecole Superieure d'Ingenieurs en Electronique et Electrotechnique, Paris, and the University of Southampton. He graduated with a Dipl.-Ing. degree in1995. Between 1995 and 1999 he was with the Wireless Multimedia communications Group at the University of Southampton, where he completed his PhD in mobile communications. His areas of interest include adaptive OFDM transmission, wideband channel estimation, CDMA and error correction coding. he recently joined Ubinetics, Cambridge, UK, where he is involved in the research and development of third-generation wireless systems. Dr. Keller has co-authored two monographs and about 30 various research papers.
Professor William Webb Head of R&D, Ofcom. William
joined Ofcom as Head of Research and Development and Senior
Technologist in 2003. Here h e manages a team of 35 engineers
providing technical advice and managing research across all areas
of Ofcom's regulatory remit. He also leads some of the major
reviews conducted by Of com. Previously, William worked for a range
of communications consultancies in the UK in the fields of hardware
design, computer simulation, propagation modelling, spectrum
management and strategy development. William also spent three years
providing strategic management across Motorola's entire
communications portfolio, based in Chicago.
William has published seven books, sixty papers, and four patents. He is a Visiting Professor at Surrey University. He is a Fellow of the IEE where he sits on the Publications Board, chairs the Advisory Committee for the Communications Magazine and is a Series Editor for the IEE Telecommunications Books. His biography is included in multiple "Who's Who" publications around the world. He sits on the judging panels of the Wall Street Journal "European Innovation Awards" and the GSM Association annual awards. William has a first class honors degree in electronics, a PhD and an MBA. He can be contacted at email@example.com.
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