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Systems Engineering in Wireless Communications

Systems Engineering in Wireless Communications

Heikki Niilo Koivo, Mohammed Elmusrati

ISBN: 978-0-470-02178-1

Jan 2010

356 pages

In Stock

$128.00

Description

This book provides the reader with a complete coverage of radio resource management for 3G wireless communications

Systems Engineering in Wireless Communications focuses on the area of radio resource management in third generation wireless communication systems from a systems engineering perspective. The authors provide an introduction into cellular radio systems as well as a review of radio resource management issues. Additionally, a detailed discussion of power control, handover, admission control, smart antennas, joint optimization of different radio resources , and cognitive radio networksis offered. This book differs from books currently available, with its emphasis on the dynamical issues arising from mobile nodes in the network. Well-known control techniques, such as least squares estimation, PID control, Kalman filers, adaptive control, and fuzzy logic are used throughout the book.

Key Features:

  • Covers radio resource management of third generation wireless communication systems at a systems level
  • First book to address wireless communications issues using systems engineering methods
  • Offers the latest research activity in the field of wireless communications, extending  to the control engineering community
  • Includes an accompanying website containing MATLAB™/SIMULINK™ exercises
  • Provides illustrations of wireless networks

This book will be a valuable reference for graduate and postgraduate students studying wireless communications and control engineering courses, and R&D engineers.

Preface.

List of Abbreviations.

1 Introduction.

2 Feedback Control Basics.

3 Channel Modeling.

4 Channel Estimation and Prediction.

5 Power Control, Part I: Linear Algebra Perspective.

6 Power Control II: Control Engineering Perspective.

7 Admission and Load Control.

8 Combining Different Radio Resources.

9 Smart Antennas.

10 Cognitive Radios and Networks.

Bibliography.

Index.