Transmission Techniques for 4G Systems

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Zusammenfassung Fourth Generation (4G) wireless communication systems support current and emergent multimedia services such as mobile TV! social networks and gaming! high-definition TV! video teleconferencing! and messaging services. These systems feature the All-over-IP concept and boast improved quality of service. Several important R&D activities are currently under way in the field of wireless communications for 4G systems! but the coverage is widespread in the literature. Transmission Techniques for 4G Systems presents a compilation of the latest developments in the field of wireless communications for 4G systems! including evolved Multimedia Broadcast and Multicast Service (eMBMS).Topics include:Transmission schemes suitable for future broadband wireless systems Advances in transmission techniques and receiver design to support emergent wireless needs for 4G requirements Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO)! base station cooperation! macro-diversity! and inter-cell interference cancellationMultihop relay techniques! hierarchical constellations! and multi-resolution techniquesAdvances using block transmission techniques for different propagation and multi-user environmentsSystem-level evaluation of 4G using different transmission techniquesExploring the key requirements of emergent services! this volume provides fundamentals and theory along with transmission and detection techniques and schemes transversal to many digital communication systems-including wireless! cellular! and satellite. If you're interested in or involved with 4G multimedia systems! this is the book you need on the latest R&D wireless activities so you can plan! design! and develop prototypes and future systems. Informationen zum Autor Mario Marques da Silva is a Professor at the Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa (CESITI) and is an Escola Naval Portuguesa (CINAV) Researcher at the Portuguese Instituto de Telecomunicações. Inhaltsverzeichnis Requirements for Current and Emergent Multimedia ServicesThe Multimedia ParadigmEvolution from 3G Systems to Long-Term EvolutionWiMAX-IEEE802.16LTE-Advanced and IMT-AdvancedEvolved Multimedia Broadcast and Multicast ServiceRequirements for eMBMSIntroduction to 4G Transmission TechniquesOrthogonal Frequency Division MultiplexingMultiple-Input Multiple-OutputSingle-User MIMO and Multi-User MIMOBase Station CooperationMacro-DiversityMultihop RelaysHierarchical ConstellationsMulti-Resolution TechniquesEnergy Efficiency in Wireless CommunicationsBlock Transmission TechniquesOFDM SchemesConceptTransmitter ImplementationReceiver ImplementationAmplification IssuesEnvelope Fluctuations of OFDM SignalsA Broad Class of Signal Processing SchemesSignal Characterization along the Signal Processing ChainNumerical ResultsCharacterization of the Analog Transmitted SignalsAnalytical BER Performance Performance ResultsLINC-Type Amplification of OFDM Signals Complementary RemarksSingle Carrier with Frequency-DomainEqualizationEnhancement Techniques for 4G SystemsChannel CodingConvolutional CodesTurbo Codes LDPC CodesHigh-Order ModulationsConstellation DesignBER Analysis of M-HQAM Constellations in AWGNBER Analysis of M-HQAM Constellations in FlatFading ChannelsMFB in Multipath Rayleigh Fading Channels Signal Space DiversityComplex Rotation MatricesTransmitter for OFDM Schemes with CRMReceiver for OFDM Schemes with CRMChannel Estimation StrategiesIssues of Imperfect Channel EstimationChannel Estimation Using Data-Multiplexed PilotsChannel Estimation Using Superimposed Multiplexed Pilots Frequency-Domain Processing for Wireless Multimedia ServicesTurbo Decoding Schemes for SC-FDE with IB-DFEIB-DFE ReceiversAnalytical Characterization of Mapping RulesComputation of Receiver ParametersPerformance ResultsChannel Capacity for Multi-Antenna SystemsAntenna CorrelationSpatial Multiplexing-MIMO for OFDM/SC-FDE Receiver StructuresDerivation of the Equalizer CoefficientsCorrelation Coeffic...

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Mario Marques da Silva is a Professor at the Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa (CESITI) and is an Escola Naval Portuguesa (CINAV) Researcher at the Portuguese Instituto de Telecomunicações.

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Requirements for Current and Emergent Multimedia ServicesThe Multimedia ParadigmEvolution from 3G Systems to Long-Term EvolutionWiMAXIEEE802.16LTE-Advanced and IMT-AdvancedEvolved Multimedia Broadcast and Multicast ServiceRequirements for eMBMSIntroduction to 4G Transmission TechniquesOrthogonal Frequency Division MultiplexingMultiple-Input Multiple-OutputSingle-User MIMO and Multi-User MIMOBase Station CooperationMacro-DiversityMultihop RelaysHierarchical ConstellationsMulti-Resolution TechniquesEnergy Efficiency in Wireless CommunicationsBlock Transmission TechniquesOFDM SchemesConceptTransmitter ImplementationReceiver ImplementationAmplification IssuesEnvelope Fluctuations of OFDM SignalsA Broad Class of Signal Processing SchemesSignal Characterization along the Signal Processing ChainNumerical ResultsCharacterization of the Analog Transmitted SignalsAnalytical BER Performance Performance ResultsLINC-Type Amplification of OFDM Signals Complementary RemarksSingle Carrier with Frequency-DomainEqualizationEnhancement Techniques for 4G SystemsChannel CodingConvolutional CodesTurbo Codes LDPC CodesHigh-Order ModulationsConstellation DesignBER Analysis of M-HQAM Constellations in AWGNBER Analysis of M-HQAM Constellations in FlatFading ChannelsMFB in Multipath Rayleigh Fading Channels Signal Space DiversityComplex Rotation MatricesTransmitter for OFDM Schemes with CRMReceiver for OFDM Schemes with CRMChannel Estimation StrategiesIssues of Imperfect Channel EstimationChannel Estimation Using Data-Multiplexed PilotsChannel Estimation Using Superimposed Multiplexed Pilots Frequency-Domain Processing for Wireless Multimedia ServicesTurbo Decoding Schemes for SC-FDE with IB-DFEIB-DFE ReceiversAnalytical Characterization of Mapping RulesComputation of Receiver ParametersPerformance ResultsChannel Capacity for Multi-Antenna SystemsAntenna CorrelationSpatial MultiplexingMIMO for OFDM/SC-FDE Receiver StructuresDerivation of the Equalizer CoefficientsCorrelation CoefficientComplexity AnalysisPerformance ResultsChannel EstimationUse of Implicit PilotsIterative Receiver for Implicit PilotsChannel Estimation ProcedureDiversity and Spatial-Multiplexing Schemes with Channel EstimationDiversity Schemes for SC-FDE with IB-DFECRM for Multi-Antenna SystemsCapacity Augmentation with Channel EstimationLink and System-Level EvaluationRequirements and ScenariosInter-Cell Interference Coordination Schemes Frequency ReuseSoft and Hybrid ReuseEvaluation Methodology System-Level SimulatorSimulation ResultsResults for SC-PMP scenarioResults for the MBSFN scenarioResults for Point-to-Point scenarioConclusionsBook References: Transmission Techniques for 4G Systems

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Titel
Transmission Techniques for 4G Systems
Autor
EAN
9781466512337
ISBN
978-1-4665-1233-7
Format
Fester Einband
Herausgeber
Taylor and Francis
Genre
Elektrotechnik
Anzahl Seiten
340
Gewicht
590g
Größe
H235mm x B156mm
Jahr
2013
Untertitel
Englisch
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