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Lee J.S., Miller L.E. — CDMA systems engineering handbook
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Название: CDMA systems engineering handbook

Авторы: Lee J.S., Miller L.E.

Аннотация:

This book was not intended as a communication theory text, but it does a great job of providing the basic results in an organized fashion. It serves as a good reference for me for CDMA related issues, or channel models and fading/diversity analysis.
Definitely recommend the book if you can find one at a decent price. Five stars is granted for the reference use of this book, this should not be a first timers' textbook.
Artech House books are usually packed with errors, since there is no serious review process. But refreshingly this book does not come with a big pack of errata despite the large content.


Язык: en

Рубрика: Технология/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Год издания: 1998

Количество страниц: 1228

Добавлена в каталог: 29.03.2006

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Предметный указатель
A posteriori probabilities      689
A-sequence      649 651—52 653
Access channel      360—62
Access channel CRC for      540
Access channel data      360
Access channel imerleaver output      385
Access channel interleaved      361
Access channel minimum-separation profile      385
Access channel modulation      360
Access channel modulation parameters      362
Access channel number      422 423
Access channel paging channels and      357
Access channel phase offset      361
Access channel transmissions      362 (see also “Reverse link channels”)
Acquisition      781—90
Acquisition decision noise terms      834—37
Acquisition defined      774
Acquisition detection probability      788—89
Acquisition false alarm      788 789
Acquisition processing diagram      784
Acquisition testing      785 (see also “Tracking”)
Active set      1116
Additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN) channels      677 690
Additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN) channels antipodal signal      728
Additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN) channels binary communication over      702—4
Additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN) channels bit-error performance over      945
Additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN) channels BPSK modulation over      729
Additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN) channels communication system over      678
Additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN) channels corrupted received waveform      736
Additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN) channels error performance averaging      958
Additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN) channels error performance bounds      904
Additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN) channels forward link channel symbol error performance      720—26
Additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN) channels M-ary communications in      699—705
Additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN) channels NCBO system error probabilities      747
Additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN) channels noise power spectral density      844
Additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN) channels Shannon bound      846
Additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN) channels upper bounds      913
Additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN) channels with correlation metric      899
Additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN) channels with soft-decision decoding      896
Advanced Mobile Phone System (AMPS)      13
Advanced Mobile Phone System (AMPS) base station receiver      321
Advanced Mobile Phone System (AMPS) blocking probabilities      319 320
Advanced Mobile Phone System (AMPS) C/I for      318 320
Advanced Mobile Phone System (AMPS) capacity      6
Advanced Mobile Phone System (AMPS) channels      293
Advanced Mobile Phone System (AMPS) in FDMA system      2
Advanced Mobile Phone System (AMPS) link budget parameter values      303
Advanced Mobile Phone System (AMPS) MA technique      3
Advanced Mobile Phone System (AMPS) Narrowband (AMPS)      302
Advanced Mobile Phone System (AMPS) parameters      299—302
Advanced Mobile Phone System (AMPS) required signal level      322
Advanced Mobile Phone System (AMPS) single-cell, deployment      12
Advanced Mobile Phone System (AMPS) user traffic density      326 327
Analog signal processing      693
Analysis approach      680
Angle of incidence      193
Angular frequency notation      27
Antenna diversity, reverse link      394
Antenna gain      1042
Antenna gain isotropic      1042
Antenna gain modeling      288
Antenna gain terms      1046
Antenna height      1090
Antenna height base station calculation      198 208 1090
Antenna height coverage and      214
Antenna height effective      173—74
Antenna height mobile calculation      198 1090
Antennas base station directivity      290
Antennas directional      291 292
Antennas omnidirectional      290 292 295
Antennas sector      292
Antijam (AJ) capabilities      21
Aperiod function      38
Aperiodic waveform      41
Area coverage analysis      1081—1103
Area coverage analysis steps      1081—82
Area coverage defined      1081
Associative law      437
Asymptotic forward link capacity      1164—66
Asymptotic forward link capacity defined      1165
Asymptotic forward link capacity fade margin vs.      1166 (see also “Forward link capacity”)
Atmospheric noise      677
Attenuation changing      234
Attenuation factor      254
Attenuation relative to tree space      181
Attenuation time variation and      229 230
Autocorrelation defined      624
Autocorrelation function      94—95 98
Autocorrelation function basic waveform      631—32 778 779—80
Autocorrelation function calculating      632
Autocorrelation function chip waveform      639
Autocorrelation function continuous-time waveform      778
Autocorrelation function filter      674
Autocorrelation function for Butterworth baseband filters      131—33
Autocorrelation function for Gaussian-shaped baseband filters      133—34
Autocorrelation function for two PN sequences      656
Autocorrelation function Fourier transform of      96 642
Autocorrelation function full-length      636
Autocorrelation function nonperiodic waveform      630
Autocorrelation function normalized, for real time signal waveform      634
Autocorrelation function of bandlimited white Gaussian noise      104
Autocorrelation function of bandlimited white noise      127
Autocorrelation function of Doppler spectrum      257
Autocorrelation function of PN signal      781
Autocorrelation function of random process      94
Autocorrelation function of Rician decomposition form      128
Autocorrelation function of white noise      103 835
Autocorrelation function output      99
Autocorrelation function periodic waveform      630
Autocorrelation function PN sequence with rectangular waveform      973
Autocorrelation function pulse      675
Autocorrelation function real time function      633
Autocorrelation function rectangular pulse basic waveform      632
Autocorrelation function rwo-level      634
Autocorrelation function sequence      626 627 633
Autocorrelation function system computation of      782
Autocorrelation function time-average      780 786
Autocorrelation proper’s      624—44
Autocorrelation sequence      778
Autocorrelation sequence, calculator      778
Average coded symbol-error probability      763
B-sequence      649 651 652 653
Bandlimited waveforms      53—58
Bandlimited white noise      103 104
Bandlimited white noise autocorrelation function for      127 128
Bandlimited white noise lowpass      128
Bandlimited white noise Rician composition of      128
Bandlimited white noise spectrum      126 (see also “White noise”)
Bandpass filters 3-dB bandwidth      130
Bandpass filters impulse response      129
Bandpass filters model selection      131
Bandpass filters noise bandwidth      131
Bandpass filters output      130
Bandpass filters parameter examples      131
Bandpass noise      126—40
Bandpass noise Gaussian models      129—31
Bandpass noise spectrum of      130 (see also “Noise”)
Bandpass waveforms reconstruction samples      49
Bandpass waveforms sampling theorem      47—49
Bandpass waveforms spectrum of      47
Bandwidth CDMA waveform      337 338
Bandwidth channel      843
Bandwidth coherence      222 223 232
Bandwidth effective      341
Bandwidth Nyquist      54
Bandwidth pulse shaping control or      722
Base station density      305 325 326 1094—1103
Base station density cell loading vs.      1099
Base station density defining      1095—96
Base station density estimated      1098 1100
Base station density for CCIR model      1104
Base station density for WIM model      1105
Base station density increase of      1100
Base station density minimal      1097
Base station density traffic density vs.      1100—1101
Base station density urban vs. suburban      1098
Base station diversity      388
Base station diversity forward link      392
Base station diversity reverse link      394
Base station receiver noise figure      1041
Base station receiver noise power      1 172
Base station receiver noise/interference      1040
Base station receiver sensitivity      302
Base station receiver SNR      1039—40
Base stations AMI’S      321
Base stations antenna height      198 199 208 1090
Base stations antenna pattern downtilt      291
Base stations building density surrounding      201
Base stations clock      338
Base stations coverage      302
Base stations coverage area      207 299
Base stations identity      1115
Base stations MTSO      276
Base stations offset      349
Base stations power      296—99 1039
Base stations signal power requirement      1084
Base stations transmitter power amplifier      1137 (see also “Cellular”)
Baseband filters      131—34
Baseband filters Butterworth      131—33
Baseband filters Gaussian-shaped      133—34
Baseband pulse shaping      52—64
Baseband signals      728
Basic waveform      629
Basic waveform autocorrelation function      631—32 777 779—80
Basic waveform rectangular      778 779 781
Basic waveform rectangular pulse      631
Basic waveform sine      778 779 781
Basis vectors      456—60
BCH codes      527—31
BCH codes binary      528—29
BCH codes constructing      530—31
BCH codes cyclic      530
BCH codes defined      528
BCH codes double-error correcting      529
BCH codes length of code      528
BCH codes non-primitive      531
BCH codes parameters      532—33
BCH codes primitive      531
BCH codes t-error correcting      528 529 531
Bernoulli random variable      88—89
Bernoulli random variable MGF      88—89
Bernoulli random variable variance      89
Bernoulli trails      88—89
Bernoulli trails defined      88
Bernoulli trails independent repeated      89
Beyond-line-of-sight (BLOS)      175
Binary BCH codes      527—31
Binary orthogonal signals      704—5
Binary sequences      624—44
Binary sequences K-tuple      712
Binary sequences notation definitions      624
Binary symmetric channel (BSC)      873—75
Binary symmetric channel (BSC) BER bound      903
Binary symmetric channel (BSC) bit-error probability      895—96
Binary symmetric channel (BSC) error performance bounds      904
Binary symmetric channel (BSC) first-event error probability      901
Binary symmetric channel (BSC) likelihood function      874
Binary symmetric channel (BSC) ML decision rule effect on      874 875
Binary symmetric channel (BSC) model illustration      874
Binary symmetric channel (BSC) probability measures      873
Binary symmetric channel (BSC) symbol crossover probability      901
Binary symmetric channel (BSC) symbol error probability      892
Binary symmetric channel (BSC) upper bounds      913
Binary symmetric channel (BSC) with Hamming metric      899
Binomial experiment      89
Binomial random variable      89—90
Binomial random variable MGF      89
Binomial random variable variance      90
Bir-error probability      761 841
Bir-error probability average      948
Bir-error probability for BSC      895—96
Bir-error probability for hard-decision decoding      910
Bir-error probability for noncoherent M-ary orthogonal system      762
Bir-error probability for noncoherent M-ary orthogonal system in Rayleigh fading      764
Bir-error probability for soft-decision decoding      898—903 910
Bit rate      712 713
Bit-error performance binary orthogonal system with diversity in Rayleigh fading      950
Bit-error performance M-ary orthogonal system in Rayleigh fading (no diversiry)      953 954 955 956
Bit-error performance M-ary orthogonal system with diversity in Rayleigh fading      951 952
Bit-error rate (BER)      841
Bit-error rate (BER) bound for soft-decision decoding      902
Bit-error rate (BER) hound on BSC      903
Bivariate probability integral      314 315 1054
Block codes      480—504
Block codes (6, 3)      484
Block codes encoding process      480
Block codes length of      847 866
Block codes minimum distance      883
Block interleaving      398—99
Block interleaving convolutional interleaving comparison      404—5
Block interleaving defined      374
Block interleaving minimum-separation profile      399
Block interleaving use of      398 (see also “Interleaving”)
Block length      847
Blocking formulas      331—32
Blocking formulas comparison      332
Blocking formulas summary      331
Blocking probability      1058
Blocking probability as function of Erlang capacity      1065 1071—74
Blocking probability average number of mobile users vs.      1066—67 1069 1072—73 1075
Blocking probability comparison      1074—78
Blocking probability defined      1058
Blocking probability for reuse factors      1077
Blocking probability formula for Gaussian assumptions      1064—69
Blocking probability formula for lognormal assumptions      1070—74
Blocking probability formulation of      1058—61
Blocking probability function      270 293
Blocking probability Gaussian vs. lognormal approximation comparison      1076
Blocking probability manipulation      1060
Blocking probability sensitivity      1068 1074—78
Blocking probability single-cell      1074
Blocking probability small      1068
BPSK modulation      935—37
BPSK modulation average error probability      822—23
BPSK modulation CDMA system analysis      763—68
BPSK modulation CDMA systems      359 705
BPSK modulation coherent      839
BPSK modulation conditional error probability      935 936
BPSK modulation demodulator      917
BPSK modulation diversity performance derivation      992—96
BPSK modulation equal-gain diversity reception      960
BPSK modulation ISI power      773
BPSK modulation L-fold diversity      949—60
BPSK modulation L-fold diversity with selection-diversity reception      939
BPSK modulation over AWGN      729
BPSK modulation over Rayleigh fading      729
BPSK modulation QPSK modulation vs.      763—74
BPSK modulation receiver output      767
BPSK modulation receiver processing      766
BPSK modulation selection diversity      938
BPSK modulation signals      686
BPSK modulation variances      773—74 827—34
Branch words      854
Branch words coded      865
Branch words defined      849
Branch words output      850
Building density contour plots      208
Building density in percentage      208
Building density surrounding base station      206
Buildings diffraction over      184—86
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