DescriptionThe aim of this book is to present the modern design and analysis principles of millimeter-wave communication system for wireless devices and to give postgraduates and system professionals the design insights and challenges when integrating millimeter wave personal communication system. Millimeter wave communication system are going to play key roles in modern gigabit wireless communication area as millimeter-wave industrial standards from IEEE, European Computer Manufacturing Association (ECMA) and Wireless High Definition (Wireless HD) Group, are on their way to the market. The book will review up-to-date research results and utilize numerous design and analysis for the whole system covering from Millimeter wave frontend to digital signal processing in order to address major topics in a high speed wireless system.
This book emphasizes the importance and the requirements of high-gain antennas, low power transceiver, adaptive equalizer/modulation, channeling coding and adaptive multi-user detection for gigabit wireless communications. In addition, the book will include the updated research literature and patents in the topics of transceivers, antennas, MIMO, channel capacity, coding, equalizer, Modem and multi-user detection. Finally the application of these antennas will be discussed in light of different forthcoming wireless standards at V-band and E-band.
List of Abbreviations.
1 MILLIMETER WAVE CHARACTERISTICS.
1.1 Millimeter Wave Characteristics.
1.2 Channel Performance at 60 GHz.
1.3 Gigabit Wireless Communications.
1.4 Development of Millimeter Wave Standards.
1.5 Coexistence with Wireless Backhaul.
2 REVIEW OF MODULATIONS FOR MILLIMETER WAVE COMMUNICATIONS.
2.1 On/Off Keying (OOK).
2.2 Phase Shift Keying (PSK).
2.3 Frequency Shift Keying (FSK).
2.4 Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (QAM).
2.5 Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM).
3 MILLIMETER WAVE TRANSCEIVERS.
3.1 Millimeter Wave Link Budget.
3.2 Transceiver Architecture.
3.3 Transceiver Without Mixer.
3.4 Receiver Without Local Oscillator.
3.5 Millimeter Wave Calibration.
3.6 Research Trend: Transceiver Siliconization.
4 MILLIMETER WAVE ANTENNAS.
4.1 Path Loss and Antenna Directivity.
4.2 Antenna Beamwidth.
4.3 Maximum Possible Gain-to-Q.
4.5 Beam Steering Antenna.
4.6 Millimeter Wave Design Consideration.
4.7 Production and Manufacture.
5 MILLIMETER WAVE MIMO.
5.1 Spatial Diversity of Antenna Arrays.
5.2 Multiple Antennas.
5.3 Multiple Transceivers.
5.4 Noise Coupling in a MIMO System.
6 ADVANCED DIVERSITY OVER MIMO CHANNELS.
6.1 Potential Benefits for Millimeter Wave Systems.
6.2 Spatial and Temporal Diversity.
6.3 Spatial and Frequency Diversity.
6.4 Dynamic Spatial, Frequency, and Modulation Allocation.
7 ADVANCED BEAM STEERING AND BEAM FORMING.
7.1 The Need for Beam-Steering/Beam-Forming.
7.2 Adaptive Frame Structure.
7.3 Advanced Beam Steering Technology.
7.4 Advanced Antenna ID Technology.
7.5 Advanced Beam Forming Technology.
8 SINGLE-CARRIER FREQUENCY DOMAIN EQUALIZATION.
8.1 Advantages of SC-FDE over OFDM for Millimeter Wave Systems.
8.2 Preamble Design.
8.3 Adaptive Channel Estimation.
8.4 Frequency Domain Equalization.
8.5 Decision Feedback Equalization.
Appendix: Simulation Tools.