Introduction to Digital Mobile Communication.

By: Akaiwa, Yoshihiko
Publisher: New York : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2015Copyright date: ©2015Edition: 2nd edDescription: 1 online resource (646 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781119041115Subject(s): Digital communications.;Mobile communication systems.;Mobile computingGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Introduction to Digital Mobile CommunicationDDC classification: 621.3845/6 LOC classification: TK6570 .M6 A39 2015Online resources: Click to View
Contents:
Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Preface to the Second Edition -- Preface to the First Edition -- Chapter 1 Introduction -- 1.1 DIGITAL MOBILE RADIO COMMUNICATION SYSTEM -- 1.2 THE PURPOSE OF DIGITIZATION OF MOBILE RADIO COMMUNICATIONS -- 1.2.1 Data Communication -- 1.2.2 Voice Scrambling -- 1.2.3 Spectrum Efficiency -- 1.2.4 System Cost -- Chapter 2 Signal and Systems -- 2.1 SIGNAL ANALYSIS -- 2.1.1 Delta Function -- 2.1.2 Fourier Analysis -- 2.1.3 Signals -- 2.1.4 Digital Signals -- 2.1.5 Modulated Signals -- 2.1.6 The Equivalent Baseband Complex Expression -- 2.2 NOISE ANALYSIS -- 2.2.1 Noise in Communication System -- 2.2.2 Statistics of Noise -- 2.2.3 Power Spectral Density of Noise -- 2.2.4 Autocorrelation Function of Filtered Noise -- 2.2.5 Bandpass Noise -- 2.2.6 Envelope and Phase of a Sinusoidal Signal in Bandpass Noise -- 2.2.7 Generation of Correlated Noises and its Probability Density Function -- 2.2.8 Sums of Random Variables and the Central Limit Theorem -- 2.3 LINEAR SYSTEM -- 2.3.1 Linear Time-Invariant System -- 2.3.2 Response of Linear System -- 2.3.3 System Description with Differential Equations -- 2.3.4 Examples of Linear Systems -- 2.4 DISCRETE-TIME SYSTEM -- 2.4.1 Sampling and the Sampling Theorem -- 2.4.2 The Energy, Power, and Correlation of Discrete-Time Signals -- 2.4.3 The Fourier Transform of Discrete-Time Signals -- 2.4.4 Response of Discrete-Time System -- 2.4.5 Description with Difference Equation -- 2.4.6 Digital Filter -- 2.4.7 Downsampling, Upsampling, and Subsampling -- 2.4.8 Inverse Circuit -- 2.4.9 Window Function -- 2.4.10 Discrete Fourier Transform -- 2.4.11 The Fast Fourier Transform -- 2.5 OPTIMIZATION AND ADAPTIVE SIGNAL PROCESSING -- 2.5.1 Solution of Optimization Problem -- 2.5.2 Adaptive Signal Processing -- APPENDIX 2.A.
APPENDIX 2.B CONDITIONS FOR A TEST FUNCTION FOR THE DELTA FUNCTION, -- APPENDIX 2.C FORMULAE FOR THE TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 3 The Elements of Digital Communication System -- 3.1 PULSE SHAPING -- 3.1.1 Nyquist's First Criterion -- 3.1.2 Nyquist's Second Criterion -- 3.1.3 Nyquist's Third Criterion -- 3.1.4 Other Pulse-Shaping Methods -- 3.2 LINE CODING -- 3.2.1 Unipolar (On-Off) Code and Polar Codes -- 3.2.2 Multilevel Codes -- 3.2.3 The Gray Codes -- 3.2.4 Manchester (Split-Phase) Code -- 3.2.5 Synchronized Frequency Shift Keying Code -- 3.2.6 Correlative Coding -- 3.2.7 Differential Encoding -- 3.3 SIGNAL DETECTION -- 3.3.1 C/N, S/N, and Eb/N0 -- 3.3.2 Bit Error Rate -- 3.3.3 NRZ Signaling with Integrate-and-Dump Filter Detection -- 3.3.4 Nyquist-I Signaling System -- 3.3.5 The Matched Filter -- 3.3.6 Joint Optimization of the Transmit and the Receive Filters -- 3.3.7 The Optimum Receiver -- 3.3.8 The Maximum-Likelihood Receiver and the Viterbi Algorithm -- 3.3.9 The Optimum Receiver for Signals without Intersymbol Interference -- 3.4 SYNCHRONIZATION -- 3.4.1 Symbol Timing Recovery -- 3.4.2 Frame Synchronization -- 3.5 SCRAMBLING -- 3.6 PUBLIC KEY CRYPTOSYSTEM -- 3.7 MULTIPLEXING AND MULTIPLE ACCESS -- 3.8 THE CHANNEL CAPACITY -- APPENDIX 3.A FERMAT'S THEOREM AND THE CHINESE REMAINDER THEOREM -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 4 Mobile Radio Channels -- 4.1 PATH LOSS -- 4.2 SHADOWING -- 4.3 FAST FADING -- 4.3.1 RF Power Spectrum Spread due to Fast Fading -- 4.3.2 Correlations Between the In-phase and Quadrature Components -- 4.3.3 Correlation of the Envelope -- 4.3.4 Spatial Correlation of the Envelope -- 4.3.5 Random Frequency Modulation -- 4.4 DELAY SPREAD AND FREQUENCY-SELECTIVE FADING -- 4.4.1 Coherence Bandwidth -- 4.4.2 Frequency-Selective Fading -- 4.5 THE NEAR-FAR PROBLEM -- 4.6 COCHANNEL INTERFERENCE -- 4.6.1 Rayleigh Fading.
4.6.2 Shadowing -- 4.6.3 Combined Fading and Shadowing -- 4.6.4 Discussion -- 4.7 RECEIVE POWER DISTRIBUTION AND RADIO CHANNEL DESIGN -- 4.7.1 Receive Power Distribution -- 4.7.2 Channel Link Design -- APPENDIX 4.A PROPAGATION LOSS FORMULA -- APPENDIX 4.B INTERFERENCE PROBABILITY UNDER SHADOWING -- APPENDIX 4.C INTERFERENCE PROBABILITY UNDER COMBINED FADING AND SHADOWING -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 5 Elements of Digital Modulation -- 5.1 DIGITALLY MODULATED SIGNALS -- 5.2 LINEAR MODULATION VERSUS CONSTANT ENVELOPE MODULATION -- 5.3 DIGITAL MODULATIONS -- 5.3.1 Phase Shift Keying -- 5.3.2 Frequency Shift Keying -- 5.3.3 Constant Envelope PSK -- 5.3.4 Quadrature Amplitude Modulation -- 5.4 POWER SPECTRAL DENSITY OF DIGITALLY MODULATED SIGNALS -- 5.4.1 Linear Modulation -- 5.4.2 Digital FM -- 5.5 DEMODULATION -- 5.5.1 Coherent Detection -- 5.5.2 Envelope Detection -- 5.5.3 Differential Detection -- 5.5.4 Frequency Discriminator Detection -- 5.5.5 Error Rates in Fading Channels -- 5.6 COMPUTER SIMULATION OF TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS -- APPENDIX 5.A DISTORTION OF MODULATED SIGNAL APPLIED TO A NONLINEAR CIRCUIT -- APPENDIX 5.B DERIVATION OF THE EXPECTED GAUSSIAN NOISE POWER FOR FREQUENCY DISCRIMINATOR -- APPENDIX 5.C M-SEQUENCE GENERATOR -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 6 Digital Modulation/Demodulation for Mobile Radio Communication -- 6.1 DIGITAL MODULATION FOR ANALOG FM MOBILE RADIO SYSTEMS -- 6.2 CONSTANT ENVELOPE MODULATION -- 6.2.1 MSK -- 6.2.2 Partial-Response Digital FM -- 6.2.3 Nyquist-Filtered Digital FM -- 6.2.4 Performance Comparison -- 6.3 LINEAR MODULATION -- 6.3.1 π/4-Shifted QPSK -- 6.3.2 Eight-Level PSK -- 6.3.3 16QAM -- 6.4 SPREAD-SPECTRUM SYSTEM -- 6.5 MULTICARRIER TRANSMISSION -- 6.5.1 Orthogonal Frequency-Division Multiplexing -- 6.5.2 Generation of Multicarrier Digital Signal -- 6.5.3 Demodulation of Multicarrier Signals.
6.6 SINGLE-CARRIER FREQUENCY-DIVISION MODULATION -- APPENDIX 6.A MATHEMATICAL PRINCIPLE OF ORTHOGONAL FREQUENCY-DIVISION MULTIPLEXING -- 6.A.1 Band-Limited System -- 6.A.2 Nonband-Limited System -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 7 Other Topics in Digital Mobile Radio Transmission -- 7.1 DIVERSITY TRANSMISSION SYSTEM -- 7.1.1 Probability Density Function of SNR for Diversity System -- 7.1.2 Average Error Rate for Diversity Systems -- 7.1.3 Multiple Transmitter Diversity System -- 7.1.4 Antenna Selection Diversity System -- 7.2 MULTI-INPUT MULTI-OUTPUT SYSTEMS -- 7.2.1 Maximal Ratio Combining Diversity Systems -- 7.2.2 Space-Time Codes -- 7.2.3 SDM in MIMO Systems -- 7.3 ADAPTIVE AUTOMATIC EQUALIZER -- 7.3.1 Linear Equalizer -- 7.3.2 Performance Criteria for Equalization -- 7.3.3 Decision Feedback Equalizer -- 7.3.4 The Viterbi Equalizer -- 7.3.5 Adaptation and Prediction Algorithm -- 7.3.6 Preequalization -- 7.3.7 Frequency-Domain Equalizer -- 7.3.8 Turbo Equalizer -- 7.3.9 Discussions on Equalization -- 7.3.10 Applications to a Mobile Radio Channel -- 7.4 ERROR CONTROL TECHNIQUES -- 7.4.1 Linear Block Codes -- 7.4.2 Cyclic Codes -- 7.4.3 Convolutional Codes -- 7.4.4 Concatenated Codes -- 7.4.5 Turbo Codes -- 7.4.6 LDPC Code -- 7.4.7 A Phenomenological Expression of the A Priori Probability and Error Rates -- 7.4.8 ARQ -- 7.4.9 Applications to Mobile Radio Channels -- 7.5 TRELLIS-CODED MODULATION -- 7.6 Adaptive Interference Cancellation -- 7.6.1 Adaptive Array Antenna -- 7.6.2 Adaptive Interference Suppression -- 7.6.3 Discussion -- 7.7 VOICE CODING -- 7.7.1 Pulse Code Modulation -- 7.7.2 Delta Modulation -- 7.7.3 Adaptive Differential Pulse Code Modulation -- 7.7.4 Adaptive Predictive Coding -- 7.7.5 Multipulse Coding -- 7.7.6 Code-Excited Linear Predictive (CELP) Coding -- 7.7.7 LPC Vocoder -- 7.7.8 Application to Mobile Radio Communications.
APPENDIX 7.A AVERAGE ERROR RATE FOR MAXIMAL RATIO COMBINER WITH COHERENT DETECTOR -- APPENDIX 7.B AVERAGE ERROR RATE OF MAXIMAL RATIO COMBINING SYSTEM WITH COHERENT DETECTOR WITH USE OF APPROXIMATE PROBABILITY DENSITY FUNCTION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 8 Equipment and Circuits for Digital Mobile Radio -- 8.1 BASE STATION -- 8.2 MOBILE STATION -- 8.3 SUPERHETERODYNE AND DIRECT CONVERSION RECEIVERS -- 8.3.1 Image Rejection Downconverter -- 8.4 TRANSMIT AND RECEIVE DUPLEXING -- 8.5 FREQUENCY SYNTHESIZER -- 8.6 TRANSMITTER CIRCUITS -- 8.6.1 Digital Signal Waveform Generator -- 8.6.2 Modulator -- 8.6.3 Linear Power Amplifier -- 8.6.4 Transmit Power Control -- 8.7 RECEIVER CIRCUITS -- 8.7.1 AGC Circuit -- 8.7.2 Signal Processing with Logic Circuits -- 8.7.3 Demodulator -- 8.8 COUNTERMEASURES AGAINST DC BLOCKING AND DC OFFSET -- APPENDIX 8.A QUARTER-WAVELENGTH LINE -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 9 Digital Mobile Radio Communication Systems -- 9.1 FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS -- 9.1.1 The Cellular Concept -- 9.1.2 Multiple Access -- 9.1.3 Channel Assignment -- 9.1.4 Multiple-Access System -- 9.1.5 Intercell Interference Suppression -- 9.1.6 Repeater System -- 9.1.7 A Performance Analysis of Digital Cellular System -- 9.2 DIGITAL TRANSMISSION IN ANALOG MOBILE COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS -- 9.3 PAGING SYSTEMS -- 9.4 TWO-WAY DIGITAL MOBILE RADIO -- 9.5 MOBILE DATA SERVICE SYSTEMS -- 9.5.1 MOBITEX -- 9.5.2 Teleterminal System -- 9.5.3 Mobile Data Systems in Analog Cellular Systems -- 9.6 DIGITAL CORDLESS TELEPHONE -- 9.6.1 Second-Generation Cordless Telephone -- 9.6.2 Digital European Cordless Telecommunications -- 9.6.3 Personal Handy System -- 9.7 DIGITAL MOBILE TELEPHONE SYSTEMS -- 9.7.1 The GSM System -- 9.7.2 Digital Cellular Systems in North America -- 9.7.3 Digital Cellular Systems in Japan -- 9.7.4 Evolution of the Second-Generation Systems.
9.7.5 The Third-Generation System.
Summary: Introduces digital mobile communications with an emphasis on digital transmission methods This book presents mathematical analyses of signals, mobile radio channels, and digital modulation methods. The new edition covers the evolution of wireless communications technologies and systems. The major new topics are OFDM (orthogonal frequency domain multiplexing), MIMO (multi-input multi-output) systems, frequency-domain equalization, the turbo codes, LDPC (low density parity check code), ACELP (algebraic code excited linear predictive) voice coding, dynamic scheduling for wireless packet data transmission and nonlinearity compensating digital pre-distorter amplifiers. The new systems using the above mentioned technologies include the second generation evolution systems, the third generation systems with their evolution systems, LTE and LTE-advanced systems, and advanced wireless local area network systems. The second edition of Digital Mobile Communication: Presents basic concepts and applications to a variety of mobile communication systems Discusses current applications of modern digital mobile communication systems Covers the evolution of wireless communications technologies and systems in conjunction with their background The second edition of Digital Mobile Communication is an important textbook for university students, researchers, and engineers involved in wireless communications.
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Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Preface to the Second Edition -- Preface to the First Edition -- Chapter 1 Introduction -- 1.1 DIGITAL MOBILE RADIO COMMUNICATION SYSTEM -- 1.2 THE PURPOSE OF DIGITIZATION OF MOBILE RADIO COMMUNICATIONS -- 1.2.1 Data Communication -- 1.2.2 Voice Scrambling -- 1.2.3 Spectrum Efficiency -- 1.2.4 System Cost -- Chapter 2 Signal and Systems -- 2.1 SIGNAL ANALYSIS -- 2.1.1 Delta Function -- 2.1.2 Fourier Analysis -- 2.1.3 Signals -- 2.1.4 Digital Signals -- 2.1.5 Modulated Signals -- 2.1.6 The Equivalent Baseband Complex Expression -- 2.2 NOISE ANALYSIS -- 2.2.1 Noise in Communication System -- 2.2.2 Statistics of Noise -- 2.2.3 Power Spectral Density of Noise -- 2.2.4 Autocorrelation Function of Filtered Noise -- 2.2.5 Bandpass Noise -- 2.2.6 Envelope and Phase of a Sinusoidal Signal in Bandpass Noise -- 2.2.7 Generation of Correlated Noises and its Probability Density Function -- 2.2.8 Sums of Random Variables and the Central Limit Theorem -- 2.3 LINEAR SYSTEM -- 2.3.1 Linear Time-Invariant System -- 2.3.2 Response of Linear System -- 2.3.3 System Description with Differential Equations -- 2.3.4 Examples of Linear Systems -- 2.4 DISCRETE-TIME SYSTEM -- 2.4.1 Sampling and the Sampling Theorem -- 2.4.2 The Energy, Power, and Correlation of Discrete-Time Signals -- 2.4.3 The Fourier Transform of Discrete-Time Signals -- 2.4.4 Response of Discrete-Time System -- 2.4.5 Description with Difference Equation -- 2.4.6 Digital Filter -- 2.4.7 Downsampling, Upsampling, and Subsampling -- 2.4.8 Inverse Circuit -- 2.4.9 Window Function -- 2.4.10 Discrete Fourier Transform -- 2.4.11 The Fast Fourier Transform -- 2.5 OPTIMIZATION AND ADAPTIVE SIGNAL PROCESSING -- 2.5.1 Solution of Optimization Problem -- 2.5.2 Adaptive Signal Processing -- APPENDIX 2.A.

APPENDIX 2.B CONDITIONS FOR A TEST FUNCTION FOR THE DELTA FUNCTION, -- APPENDIX 2.C FORMULAE FOR THE TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 3 The Elements of Digital Communication System -- 3.1 PULSE SHAPING -- 3.1.1 Nyquist's First Criterion -- 3.1.2 Nyquist's Second Criterion -- 3.1.3 Nyquist's Third Criterion -- 3.1.4 Other Pulse-Shaping Methods -- 3.2 LINE CODING -- 3.2.1 Unipolar (On-Off) Code and Polar Codes -- 3.2.2 Multilevel Codes -- 3.2.3 The Gray Codes -- 3.2.4 Manchester (Split-Phase) Code -- 3.2.5 Synchronized Frequency Shift Keying Code -- 3.2.6 Correlative Coding -- 3.2.7 Differential Encoding -- 3.3 SIGNAL DETECTION -- 3.3.1 C/N, S/N, and Eb/N0 -- 3.3.2 Bit Error Rate -- 3.3.3 NRZ Signaling with Integrate-and-Dump Filter Detection -- 3.3.4 Nyquist-I Signaling System -- 3.3.5 The Matched Filter -- 3.3.6 Joint Optimization of the Transmit and the Receive Filters -- 3.3.7 The Optimum Receiver -- 3.3.8 The Maximum-Likelihood Receiver and the Viterbi Algorithm -- 3.3.9 The Optimum Receiver for Signals without Intersymbol Interference -- 3.4 SYNCHRONIZATION -- 3.4.1 Symbol Timing Recovery -- 3.4.2 Frame Synchronization -- 3.5 SCRAMBLING -- 3.6 PUBLIC KEY CRYPTOSYSTEM -- 3.7 MULTIPLEXING AND MULTIPLE ACCESS -- 3.8 THE CHANNEL CAPACITY -- APPENDIX 3.A FERMAT'S THEOREM AND THE CHINESE REMAINDER THEOREM -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 4 Mobile Radio Channels -- 4.1 PATH LOSS -- 4.2 SHADOWING -- 4.3 FAST FADING -- 4.3.1 RF Power Spectrum Spread due to Fast Fading -- 4.3.2 Correlations Between the In-phase and Quadrature Components -- 4.3.3 Correlation of the Envelope -- 4.3.4 Spatial Correlation of the Envelope -- 4.3.5 Random Frequency Modulation -- 4.4 DELAY SPREAD AND FREQUENCY-SELECTIVE FADING -- 4.4.1 Coherence Bandwidth -- 4.4.2 Frequency-Selective Fading -- 4.5 THE NEAR-FAR PROBLEM -- 4.6 COCHANNEL INTERFERENCE -- 4.6.1 Rayleigh Fading.

4.6.2 Shadowing -- 4.6.3 Combined Fading and Shadowing -- 4.6.4 Discussion -- 4.7 RECEIVE POWER DISTRIBUTION AND RADIO CHANNEL DESIGN -- 4.7.1 Receive Power Distribution -- 4.7.2 Channel Link Design -- APPENDIX 4.A PROPAGATION LOSS FORMULA -- APPENDIX 4.B INTERFERENCE PROBABILITY UNDER SHADOWING -- APPENDIX 4.C INTERFERENCE PROBABILITY UNDER COMBINED FADING AND SHADOWING -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 5 Elements of Digital Modulation -- 5.1 DIGITALLY MODULATED SIGNALS -- 5.2 LINEAR MODULATION VERSUS CONSTANT ENVELOPE MODULATION -- 5.3 DIGITAL MODULATIONS -- 5.3.1 Phase Shift Keying -- 5.3.2 Frequency Shift Keying -- 5.3.3 Constant Envelope PSK -- 5.3.4 Quadrature Amplitude Modulation -- 5.4 POWER SPECTRAL DENSITY OF DIGITALLY MODULATED SIGNALS -- 5.4.1 Linear Modulation -- 5.4.2 Digital FM -- 5.5 DEMODULATION -- 5.5.1 Coherent Detection -- 5.5.2 Envelope Detection -- 5.5.3 Differential Detection -- 5.5.4 Frequency Discriminator Detection -- 5.5.5 Error Rates in Fading Channels -- 5.6 COMPUTER SIMULATION OF TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS -- APPENDIX 5.A DISTORTION OF MODULATED SIGNAL APPLIED TO A NONLINEAR CIRCUIT -- APPENDIX 5.B DERIVATION OF THE EXPECTED GAUSSIAN NOISE POWER FOR FREQUENCY DISCRIMINATOR -- APPENDIX 5.C M-SEQUENCE GENERATOR -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 6 Digital Modulation/Demodulation for Mobile Radio Communication -- 6.1 DIGITAL MODULATION FOR ANALOG FM MOBILE RADIO SYSTEMS -- 6.2 CONSTANT ENVELOPE MODULATION -- 6.2.1 MSK -- 6.2.2 Partial-Response Digital FM -- 6.2.3 Nyquist-Filtered Digital FM -- 6.2.4 Performance Comparison -- 6.3 LINEAR MODULATION -- 6.3.1 π/4-Shifted QPSK -- 6.3.2 Eight-Level PSK -- 6.3.3 16QAM -- 6.4 SPREAD-SPECTRUM SYSTEM -- 6.5 MULTICARRIER TRANSMISSION -- 6.5.1 Orthogonal Frequency-Division Multiplexing -- 6.5.2 Generation of Multicarrier Digital Signal -- 6.5.3 Demodulation of Multicarrier Signals.

6.6 SINGLE-CARRIER FREQUENCY-DIVISION MODULATION -- APPENDIX 6.A MATHEMATICAL PRINCIPLE OF ORTHOGONAL FREQUENCY-DIVISION MULTIPLEXING -- 6.A.1 Band-Limited System -- 6.A.2 Nonband-Limited System -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 7 Other Topics in Digital Mobile Radio Transmission -- 7.1 DIVERSITY TRANSMISSION SYSTEM -- 7.1.1 Probability Density Function of SNR for Diversity System -- 7.1.2 Average Error Rate for Diversity Systems -- 7.1.3 Multiple Transmitter Diversity System -- 7.1.4 Antenna Selection Diversity System -- 7.2 MULTI-INPUT MULTI-OUTPUT SYSTEMS -- 7.2.1 Maximal Ratio Combining Diversity Systems -- 7.2.2 Space-Time Codes -- 7.2.3 SDM in MIMO Systems -- 7.3 ADAPTIVE AUTOMATIC EQUALIZER -- 7.3.1 Linear Equalizer -- 7.3.2 Performance Criteria for Equalization -- 7.3.3 Decision Feedback Equalizer -- 7.3.4 The Viterbi Equalizer -- 7.3.5 Adaptation and Prediction Algorithm -- 7.3.6 Preequalization -- 7.3.7 Frequency-Domain Equalizer -- 7.3.8 Turbo Equalizer -- 7.3.9 Discussions on Equalization -- 7.3.10 Applications to a Mobile Radio Channel -- 7.4 ERROR CONTROL TECHNIQUES -- 7.4.1 Linear Block Codes -- 7.4.2 Cyclic Codes -- 7.4.3 Convolutional Codes -- 7.4.4 Concatenated Codes -- 7.4.5 Turbo Codes -- 7.4.6 LDPC Code -- 7.4.7 A Phenomenological Expression of the A Priori Probability and Error Rates -- 7.4.8 ARQ -- 7.4.9 Applications to Mobile Radio Channels -- 7.5 TRELLIS-CODED MODULATION -- 7.6 Adaptive Interference Cancellation -- 7.6.1 Adaptive Array Antenna -- 7.6.2 Adaptive Interference Suppression -- 7.6.3 Discussion -- 7.7 VOICE CODING -- 7.7.1 Pulse Code Modulation -- 7.7.2 Delta Modulation -- 7.7.3 Adaptive Differential Pulse Code Modulation -- 7.7.4 Adaptive Predictive Coding -- 7.7.5 Multipulse Coding -- 7.7.6 Code-Excited Linear Predictive (CELP) Coding -- 7.7.7 LPC Vocoder -- 7.7.8 Application to Mobile Radio Communications.

APPENDIX 7.A AVERAGE ERROR RATE FOR MAXIMAL RATIO COMBINER WITH COHERENT DETECTOR -- APPENDIX 7.B AVERAGE ERROR RATE OF MAXIMAL RATIO COMBINING SYSTEM WITH COHERENT DETECTOR WITH USE OF APPROXIMATE PROBABILITY DENSITY FUNCTION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 8 Equipment and Circuits for Digital Mobile Radio -- 8.1 BASE STATION -- 8.2 MOBILE STATION -- 8.3 SUPERHETERODYNE AND DIRECT CONVERSION RECEIVERS -- 8.3.1 Image Rejection Downconverter -- 8.4 TRANSMIT AND RECEIVE DUPLEXING -- 8.5 FREQUENCY SYNTHESIZER -- 8.6 TRANSMITTER CIRCUITS -- 8.6.1 Digital Signal Waveform Generator -- 8.6.2 Modulator -- 8.6.3 Linear Power Amplifier -- 8.6.4 Transmit Power Control -- 8.7 RECEIVER CIRCUITS -- 8.7.1 AGC Circuit -- 8.7.2 Signal Processing with Logic Circuits -- 8.7.3 Demodulator -- 8.8 COUNTERMEASURES AGAINST DC BLOCKING AND DC OFFSET -- APPENDIX 8.A QUARTER-WAVELENGTH LINE -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 9 Digital Mobile Radio Communication Systems -- 9.1 FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS -- 9.1.1 The Cellular Concept -- 9.1.2 Multiple Access -- 9.1.3 Channel Assignment -- 9.1.4 Multiple-Access System -- 9.1.5 Intercell Interference Suppression -- 9.1.6 Repeater System -- 9.1.7 A Performance Analysis of Digital Cellular System -- 9.2 DIGITAL TRANSMISSION IN ANALOG MOBILE COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS -- 9.3 PAGING SYSTEMS -- 9.4 TWO-WAY DIGITAL MOBILE RADIO -- 9.5 MOBILE DATA SERVICE SYSTEMS -- 9.5.1 MOBITEX -- 9.5.2 Teleterminal System -- 9.5.3 Mobile Data Systems in Analog Cellular Systems -- 9.6 DIGITAL CORDLESS TELEPHONE -- 9.6.1 Second-Generation Cordless Telephone -- 9.6.2 Digital European Cordless Telecommunications -- 9.6.3 Personal Handy System -- 9.7 DIGITAL MOBILE TELEPHONE SYSTEMS -- 9.7.1 The GSM System -- 9.7.2 Digital Cellular Systems in North America -- 9.7.3 Digital Cellular Systems in Japan -- 9.7.4 Evolution of the Second-Generation Systems.

9.7.5 The Third-Generation System.

Introduces digital mobile communications with an emphasis on digital transmission methods This book presents mathematical analyses of signals, mobile radio channels, and digital modulation methods. The new edition covers the evolution of wireless communications technologies and systems. The major new topics are OFDM (orthogonal frequency domain multiplexing), MIMO (multi-input multi-output) systems, frequency-domain equalization, the turbo codes, LDPC (low density parity check code), ACELP (algebraic code excited linear predictive) voice coding, dynamic scheduling for wireless packet data transmission and nonlinearity compensating digital pre-distorter amplifiers. The new systems using the above mentioned technologies include the second generation evolution systems, the third generation systems with their evolution systems, LTE and LTE-advanced systems, and advanced wireless local area network systems. The second edition of Digital Mobile Communication: Presents basic concepts and applications to a variety of mobile communication systems Discusses current applications of modern digital mobile communication systems Covers the evolution of wireless communications technologies and systems in conjunction with their background The second edition of Digital Mobile Communication is an important textbook for university students, researchers, and engineers involved in wireless communications.

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