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Benvenuto N., Cherubini G. — Algorithms for communications systems and their applications
Benvenuto N., Cherubini G. — Algorithms for communications systems and their applications



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Название: Algorithms for communications systems and their applications

Авторы: Benvenuto N., Cherubini G.

Аннотация:

This volume presents the logical arithmetical or computational procedures within communications systems that will ensure the solution to various problems. The authors comprehensively introduce the theoretical elements that are at the basis of the field of algorithms for communications systems. Various applications of these algorithms are then illustrated with particular attention to wired and wireless network access technologies.
* Provides a complete treatment of algorithms for communications systems, rarely presented together
* Introduces the theoretical background to digital communications and signal processing
* Features numerous applications including advanced wireless modems and echo cancellation techniques
* Includes useful reference lists at the end of each chapter
Graduate students in the fields of Telecommunications and Electrical Engineering Researchers and Professionals in the area of Digital Communications, Signal Processing and Computer Engineering will find this book invaluable.


Язык: en

Рубрика: Computer science/Алгоритмы/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Год издания: 2002

Количество страниц: 1285

Добавлена в каталог: 10.11.2005

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Предметный указатель
Log-likelihood function      512 677
Log-likelihood ratio      676 916 934
Matrix circulant      243 776
Matrix diagonal      20 22 155
Matrix generator      836 865 906
Maximum a posteriori (MAP) criterion      160 441 661 675 677 915 921 932 948
Maximum a posteriori (MAP) criterion Log-MAP      677 916 952
Maximum a posteriori (MAP) criterion Max-Log-MAP      675 677 916 921
Mean convergence of the      178
Medium access control (MAC)      1156 1163—1164
Message-passing decoding      946 953
Minimum function      857—861
Modulation amplitude (AM)      295 461 480 539
Modulation amplitude and phase (AM-PM)      480
Modulation binary      437 487 520
Modulation binary phase shift keying (BPSK)      450 470 477 795 919
Modulation biorthogonal      493
Modulation carrierless AM/PM (CAP)      568—570
Modulation continuous phase (CPM)      1246—1248
Modulation continuous phase FSK (CPFSK)      1217 1219
Modulation differential PSK (DPSK)      474—475
Modulation DMT      770 775 781
Modulation double sideband (DSB)      41 58 608
Modulation DWMT      782
Modulation FMT      771 777 781
Modulation frequency (FM)      1197 1213
Modulation frequency-shift keying (FSK)      452 516 519 1207
Modulation Gaussian minimum-shift keying (GMSK)      1229—1243
Modulation index      453 1209
Modulation minimum-shift keying (MSK)      454 1214—1228
Modulation multicarrier (MC)      753
Modulation offset QPSK (OQPSK)      1203 1220
Modulation on-off keying (OOK)      510
Modulation orthogonal      486
Modulation phase-shift keying (PSK)      465 474 995
Modulation pulse amplitude (PAM)      69 72 461 464 539—543 583 1040
Modulation pulse duration (PDM)      464 532 534
Modulation pulse position (PPM)      464 532
Modulation quadrature amplitude (QAM)      480^85 502 544—548 611
Modulation quadrature PSK (QPSK)      472—473
Modulation single sideband (SSB)      58 499
Modulation trellis coded (TCM)      967—998
Modulation vestigial sideband (VSB)      781
Moving average model (MA)      91 94 398
Multichannel multipoint distribution service (MMDS)      1165
Multipath      299 302 307 521 717 803 811 1167 1243
Multiple access code division (CDMA)      524 795 802 810 818 1180
Multiple access frequency division (FDMA)      523 1178
Multiple access time division (TDMA)      524 1158 1175
Noble identities      118 759
Noise figure      268 270 274
Noise impulse      782 1158
Noise shot      265 294 326
Noise temperature      265 273
Noise thermal      263—264
Norm      3
Numerically controlled oscillator (NCO)      1054
Nyquist criterion      559 562 589
Nyquist frequency      462 559 616
Nyquist pulse      559 801
OFDM      753—794
OFDM passband      780
OFDM synchronization of      779
OFDM systems      769 773 780 1002 1128
Optical fibers      291—294 1148
Orthogonality principle      134 151
Oversampling      404 627 630 699 1062
Parseval theorem      15 84
Partial response systems      587 1096 1249
Per survivor processing (PSP)      695
Periodogram      84
Periodogram Welch      85
Personal communication services (PCS)      810
Phase detector (PD)      1030
Phase deviation      44 322 1193
Phase jitter      321
Phase noise      321 697 1189
Phase-locked loop (PLL)      326 1029—1039 1074 1105 1262
Pilot signal      1027
Power amplifier (HPA)      322 1171
Power back-off      1136—1141
Power delay profile      310 812 1243
Power spectral density (PSD)      46—62
Precoding      596 777 599 1008—1025
Prediction error      141 176 192 385 399 657
Prediction linear      129 140—147 414 1180
Prediction optimum      143 392
Predictor backward      140
Predictor forward      140
Predictor linear      140 385 391
Predictor optimum      141 399
Probability a posteriori      160 441 661 668 931 954
Probability a priori      440 669
Probability conditional      159 442 510
Probability density function Gaussian      567
Probability density function Rayleigh      308
Probability density function Rice      308 518
Probability of error      454 483 489 494 899
Probability transition      932
Processing gain      809
Projection operator      153
Pseudo-inverse matrix      155—157
Pseudo-noise (PN) sequences      233—238
Pseudo-noise (PN) sequences CAZAC      235
Pseudo-noise (PN) sequences Gold      236
Pseudo-noise (PN) sequences maximal length      233
Public switched telephone network (PSTN)      331 1018 1145
Pulse code modulation (PCM)      345 357 377 385 571
QPR-IV transceiver      1249—1262
Quantization adaptive      377
Quantization error      345 347 350 352 387 404 575
Quantization scalar      417 420 424
Quantization uniform      355
Quantization vector      417—432
Quantizer adaptive      377—379 381
Quantizer non uniform      358—377
Quantizer uniform      346 353
Quantizer vector      418 421
Quotient group      978
Radio link      294—318
Raised cosine pulse      559—561
Rake receiver      811 815 1181
Rate bit      331 338 340 379 406 457 504 539 578 827—830 1002
Rate sampling      407 555 616 626 769
Rate symbol      458 540 754
Receiver direct conversion      1190
Receiver optimization      731
Receiver superheterodyne      1189
Recovery carrier frequency      1068
Recovery carrier phase      1050 1104
Recovery timing      1046 1053 1060 1074 1252 1269
Reflection coefficient      146 278
Regenerative repeaters      575—581
Sampling theorem      8 30 337 627 1046
Scattering      295 300 310
Scrambling      803 1153 1265
Self-training equalizatio      1083—1114
Set partitioning      694 973 1014
Shadowing      313
Shannon limit      499 504 508 924 947
Signal analytic      33 38 780 804
Signal bandwidth      28—29
Signal baseband      31 36 459
Signal baseband equivalent      33—34 549
Signal complex envelope      34
Signal constellation      12 458
Signal envelope      43 322
Signal passband      33 697 780
Signal space      112 439 990 1008
Signal-to-interference ratio (SIR)      798
Signal-to-noise ratio (SNR)      272 449 463 469 552 626
Signal-to-quantization error ratio      352 354 364 387
Simplex cyclic codes      875—878
Simplex transmission      523
Singular-value decomposition (SVD)      155
Slope overload distortion      389
Soft input decoding      900 914
Soft output Viterbi algorithm (SOVA)      921—924
Source coding      433
Spectral efficiency      458 460 463 468 503 782 991
Spectral factorization      53
Spread spectrum systems      795—826
Spread spectrum systems applications of      807
Spread spectrum systems chip equalizer      818
Spread spectrum systems direct sequence      795
Spread spectrum systems frequency hopping      804
Spread spectrum systems symbol equalizer      819
Spread spectrum systems synchronization      1074
Spreading factor      795 1074
Spreading techniques      795
Standard ADSL      1148
Standard DECT      1182
Standard Ethernet      1152 1156 1263—1273
Standard FDDI      1155
Standard HDSL      1147
Standard HIPERLAN      1185
Standard IS-136      1177
Standard JDC      1180
Standard modem      1146—1147
Standard SHDSL      1148
Standard speech and audio      434
Standard Token Ring      1155
Standard VDSL      1148
Standard video      435
Sufficient statistic      440 681 816 1007
Symbol error probability      463 469 483 508 565 604 682
Synchronization      1027—1082
Syndrome      839—841 871 889 895 965
System bandwidth      265 590 1171
System baseband equivalent      549 775
System causal      18
System continuous time      13
System discrete time      17 556 1003
System identification      239—254
Tanner graph      947
Tanner graph girth      952
Telecommunications industry Association (TIA)      286
Telephone channel      318—322 697 703
Tl carrier      524
Token Ring      1155
Tomlinson — Harashima precoding      1009
Transform D      903
Transform discrete cosine (DCT)      214—215 433 790
Transform discrete Fourier (DFT)      19 206 214 433
Transform fast Fourier (FFT)      20
Transform Fourier      14—17
Transform Hilbert      37—38
Transform z      18
Transmission lines      274—291
Trellis coded modulation (TCM)      967—997
Union bound      455
Universal mobile telecomunication service (UMTS)      1170 1181
Uplink      803 1156 1158 1175
User code      796 803
Vector quantization (VQ)      417—432
Vocoder      341 414
Voltage controlled oscillator (VCO)      1030 1042 1189 1252
Wiener — Khintchine theorem      46
Window closing      86
Window Hann      82
Window raised cosine or Hamming      82
Window rectangular      78 82 239
Window triangular or Bartlett      82
Wireless local area networks (WLANs)      1162—1163 1170 1185
Yule — Walker equations      97
Zero-forcing equalizer DFE-ZF      649 651 655
Zero-forcing equalizer LE-ZF      619 648—649
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