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This is the eBook of the printed book and may not include any media, website access codes, or print supplements that may come packaged with the bound book. For courses in wireless communication networks and systems   A Comprehensive Overview of Wireless Communications Wireless Communication Networks and Systems covers all types of wireless communications, from satellite and cellular to local and personal area networks. Organized into four easily comprehensible, reader-friendly parts, it presents a clear and comprehensive overview of the field of wireless communications. For those who are new to the topic, the book explains basic principles and fundamental topics concerning the technology and architecture of the field. Numerous figures and tables help clarify discussions, and each chapter includes a list of keywords, review questions, homework problems, and suggestions for further reading. The book includes an extensive online glossary, a list of frequently used acronyms, and a reference list. A diverse set of projects and other student exercises enables instructors to use the book as a component in a varied learning experience, tailoring courses to meet their specific needs.

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1292108711, 9781292108711, 0133594416, 0133594386, 9780133594416, 9780133594386

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Wireless Communication Networks and Systems
Contents
ONLINE APPENDICES1
Preface
OBJECTIVES
INTENDED AUDIENCES
PLAN OF THE TEXT
ORDER OF COVERAGE
ANIMATIONS
INSTRUCTOR SUPPORT MATERIALS
PROJECTS AND OTHER STUDENT EXERCISES
RESOURCES FOR STUDENTS
About the Authors
CHAPTER 1 Introduction
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
1.1 WIRELESS COMES OF AGE
1.2 THE GLOBAL CELLULAR NETWORK
1.3 THE MOBILE DEVICE REVOLUTION
1.4 FUTURE TRENDS
1.5 THE TROUBLE WITH WIRELESS
Part One Technical Background
CHAPTER 2 Transmission Fundamentals
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
2.1 SIGNALS FOR CONVEYING INFORMATION
Time Domain Concepts
Frequency Domain Concepts
Relationship between Data Rate and Bandwidth
2.2 ANALOG AND DIGITAL DATA TRANSMISSION
Analog and Digital Data
Analog and Digital Signaling
Analog and Digital Transmission
2.3 CHANNEL CAPACITY
Nyquist Bandwidth
Shannon Capacity Formula
2.4 TRANSMISSION MEDIA
Terrestrial Microwave
Physical Description
Applications
Transmission Characteristics
Satellite Microwave
Physical Description
Applications
Transmission Characteristics
Broadcast Radio
Physical Description
Applications
Transmission Characteristics
Infrared
2.5 MULTIPLEXING
2.6 RECOMMENDED READING
2.7 KEY TERMS, REVIEW QUESTIONS, AND PROBLEMS
Key Terms
Review Questions
Problems
APPENDIX 2A DECIBELS AND SIGNAL STRENGTH
CHAPTER 3 Communication Networks
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
3.1 LANS, MANS, AND WANS
Wide Area Networks
Local Area Networks
Metropolitan Area Networks
3.2 SWITCHING TECHNIQUES
3.3 CIRCUIT SWITCHING
3.4 PACKET SWITCHING
Basic Operation
Packet Size
Comparison of Circuit Switching and Packet Switching
Performance
Other Characteristics
3.5 QUALITY OF SERVICE
Voice, Audio, and Video Traffic
Data Traffic
Provision of QoS
3.6 RECOMMENDED READING
3.7 KEY TERMS, REVIEW QUESTIONS, AND PROBLEMS
Key Terms
Review Questions
Problems
CHAPTER 4 Protocols and the TCP/IP Suite
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
4.1 THE NEED FOR A PROTOCOL ARCHITECTURE
4.2 THE TCP/IP PROTOCOL ARCHITECTURE
The TCP/IP Layers
Operation of TCP and IP
TCP/IP Applications
4.3 THE OSI MODEL
4.4 INTERNETWORKING
Routers
Internetworking Example
4.5 RECOMMENDED READING
4.6 KEY TERMS, REVIEW QUESTIONS, AND PROBLEMS
Key Terms
Review Questions
Problems
APPENDIX 4A INTERNET PROTOCOL
IPv4
IPv6
IP Next Generation
IPv6 Structure
IPv6 Header
Flow Label
IPv6 Addresses
APPENDIX 4B TRANSMISSION CONTROL PROTOCOL
TCP Flow Control
TCP Segment Format
APPENDIX 4C USER DATAGRAM PROTOCOL
Part Two Wireless Communication Technology
CHAPTER 5 Overview of Wireless Communication
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
5.1 SPECTRUM CONSIDERATIONS
Regulation
Propagation Modes
5.2 LINE-OF-SIGHT TRANSMISSION
Five Basic Propagation Mechanisms
Antennas
Free Space Loss
Path Loss Exponent in Practical Systems
Models Derived from Empirical Measurements
Noise
The Expression Eb/N0
5.3 FADING IN THE MOBILE ENVIRONMENT
Multipath Propagation
The Effects of Multipath Propagation
Types of Fading
5.4 CHANNEL CORRECTION MECHANISMS
Forward Error Correction
Adaptive Equalization
Diversity Techniques and MIMO
Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO) Antennas
Spread Spectrum and OFDM
Adaptive Modulation and Coding
Bandwidth Expansion
5.5 DIGITAL SIGNAL ENCODING TECHNIQUES
5.6 CODING AND ERROR CONTROL
Error Detection
Parity Check
Cyclic Redundancy Check
Modulo 2 Arithmetic
Polynomials
Block Error Correction Codes
Block Code Principles
Low-Density Parity-Check Codes
Convolutional Codes
Turbo Coding
Automatic Repeat Request
Hybrid Automatic Repeat Request
5.7 ORTHOGONAL FREQUENCY DIVISION MULTIPLEXING (OFDM)
OFDM Basics
OFDM Implementation
Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiple Access (OFDMA)
Opportunistic Scheduling
5.8 SPREAD SPECTRUM
The Concept of Spread Spectrum
Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum
FHSS Performance Considerations
Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum
DSSS Performance Considerations
Code Division Multiple Access
5.9 RECOMMENDED READING
5.10 KEY TERMS, REVIEW QUESTIONS, AND PROBLEMS
Key Terms
Review Questions
Problems
CHAPTER 6 The Wireless Channel
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
6.1 ANTENNAS
Radiation Patterns
Antenna Types
Dipoles
Directional Antennas
Parabolic Reflective Antenna
Antenna Gain
6.2 SPECTRUM CONSIDERATIONS
Regulation
Propagation Modes
Ground Wave Propagation
Sky Wave Propagation
¬≠Line-‚Äč¬≠of-‚Äč¬≠Sight Propagation
Refraction
Optical and Radio Line of Sight
Transmission and Reflection Properties
6.3 ¬≠LINE-‚Äč¬≠OF-‚Äč¬≠SIGHT TRANSMISSION
Five Basic Propagation Mechanisms
Attenuation
Free Space Loss
Path Loss Exponent in Practical Systems
Models Derived from Empirical Measurements
Noise
The Expression Eb/No
Atmospheric Absorption
Multipath
Refraction
6.4 FADING IN THE MOBILE ENVIRONMENT
Multipath Propagation
The Effects of Multipath Propagation
Types of Fading
The Fading Channel
6.5 CHANNEL CORRECTION MECHANISMS
Forward Error Correction
Adaptive Equalization
Adaptive Modulation and Coding
Diversity Techniques and MIMO
¬≠Multiple-‚Äč¬≠Input ¬≠Multiple-‚Äč¬≠Output (MIMO) Antennas
MIMO Principles
¬≠Multi-‚Äč¬≠User MIMO
OFDM and Spread Spectrum
Bandwidth Expansion
6.6 RECOMMENDED READING
6.7 KEY TERMS, REVIEW QUESTIONS, AND PROBLEMS
Key Terms
Review Questions
Problems
CHAPTER 7 Signal Encoding Techniques
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
7.1 SIGNAL ENCODING CRITERIA
7.2 DIGITAL DATA, ANALOG SIGNALS
Amplitude-Shift Keying
Frequency-Shift Keying
Phase-Shift Keying
Two-Level PSK
Four-Level PSK
Multilevel PSK
Performance
Minimum-Shift Keying
Quadrature Amplitude Modulation
7.3 ANALOG DATA, ANALOG SIGNALS
Amplitude Modulation
Angle Modulation
7.4 ANALOG DATA, DIGITAL SIGNALS
Waveform Encoding
Pulse Code Modulation
Delta Modulation (DM)
Differential Pulse Code Modulation (DPCM)
Model-Based Encoding and Vocoders
Performance
7.5 RECOMMENDED READING
7.6 KEY TERMS, REVIEW QUESTIONS, AND PROBLEMS
Key Terms
Review Questions
Problems
CHAPTER 8 Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
8.1 ORTHOGONAL FREQUENCY DIVISION MULTIPLEXING
Orthogonality
Benefits of OFDM
OFDM Implementation
Inverse Fast Fourier Transform
The Cyclic Prefix
Difficulties of OFDM
¬≠Peak-‚Äč¬≠to-‚Äč¬≠Average Power Ratio (PAPR)
Intercarrier Interference
8.2 ORTHOGONAL FREQUENCY DIVISION MULTIPLE ACCESS (OFDMA)
Opportunistic Scheduling
8.3 ¬≠SINGLE-‚Äč¬≠CARRIER FDMA
8.4 RECOMMENDED READING
8.5 KEY TERMS, REVIEW QUESTIONS, AND PROBLEMS
Key Terms
Review Questions
Problems
CHAPTER 9 Spread Spectrum
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
9.1 THE CONCEPT OF SPREAD SPECTRUM
9.2 FREQUENCY HOPPING SPREAD SPECTRUM
Basic Approach
FHSS Using MFSK
FHSS Performance Considerations
9.3 DIRECT SEQUENCE SPREAD SPECTRUM
DSSS Using BPSK
DSSS Performance Considerations
9.4 CODE DIVISION MULTIPLE ACCESS
Basic Principles
CDMA for Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum
Generation of Spreading Sequences
PN Sequences
Orthogonal Codes
Multiple Spreading
RAKE Receiver
9.5 RECOMMENDED READING
9.6 KEY TERMS, REVIEW QUESTIONS, AND PROBLEMS
Key Terms
Review Questions
Problems
CHAPTER 10 Coding and Error Control
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
10.1 ERROR DETECTION
Parity Check
Cyclic Redundancy Check
Modulo 2 Arithmetic
Polynomials
Digital Logic
10.2 BLOCK ERROR CORRECTION CODES
Block Code Principles
Hamming Code
Cyclic Codes
BCH Codes
¬≠Reed‚Äď‚Äč¬≠Solomon Codes
¬≠Low-‚Äč¬≠Density ¬≠Parity-‚Äč¬≠Check Codes
Block Interleaving
10.3 CONVOLUTIONAL CODES
Decoding
Turbo Coding
10.4 AUTOMATIC REPEAT REQUEST
Flow Control
Error Control
Hybrid Automatic Repeat Request
10.5 RECOMMENDED READING
10.6 KEY TERMS, REVIEW QUESTIONS, AND PROBLEMS
Key Terms
Review Questions
Problems
Part Three Wireless Local and Personal Area Networks
CHAPTER 11 Wireless LAN Technology
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
11.1 OVERVIEW AND MOTIVATION
Motivation
Wireless LAN Requirements
Wireless LAN Physical Layer
Configuration
Transmission Issues
11.2 IEEE 802 ARCHITECTURE
Protocol Architecture
MAC Frame Format
Logical Link Control
LLC Services
LLC Protocol
11.3 IEEE 802.11 ARCHITECTURE AND SERVICES
The ¬≠Wi-‚Äč¬≠Fi Alliance
IEEE 802.11 Architecture
IEEE 802.11 Services
Distribution of Messages within a DS
¬≠Association-‚Äč¬≠Related Services
11.4 IEEE 802.11 MEDIUM ACCESS CONTROL
Reliable Data Delivery
Medium Access Control
Distributed Coordination Function
Point Coordination Function
MAC Frame
Control Frames
Data Frames
Management Frames
11.5 IEEE 802.11 PHYSICAL LAYER
IEEE 802.11b
¬≠Physical-‚Äč¬≠Layer Frame Structure
IEEE 802.11a
Channel Structure
Coding and Modulation
¬≠Physical-‚Äč¬≠Layer Frame Structure
IEEE 802.11g
IEEE 802.11n
¬≠Multiple-‚Äč¬≠Input-‚Äč¬≠Multiple-‚Äč¬≠Output
Radio Transmission Schemes
MAC Enhancements
11.6 GIGABIT ¬≠WI-‚Äč¬≠FI
IEEE 802.11ac
Bandwidth Expansion
Multiuser Mimo
Other Phy and Mac Enhancements
IEEE 802.11ad
802.11ad PHY Layer
802.11ad MAC Layer
11.7 OTHER IEEE 802.11 STANDARDS
11.8 IEEE 802.11I WIRELESS LAN SECURITY
IEEE 802.11i Services
IEEE 802.11i Phases of Operation
Discovery Phase
Authentication Phase
Key Management Phase
Protected Data Transfer Phase
TKIP
CCMP
11.9 RECOMMENDED READING
11.10 KEY TERMS, REVIEW QUESTIONS, AND PROBLEMS
Key Terms
Review Questions
Problems
APPENDIX 11A SCRAMBLING
CHAPTER 12 Bluetooth and IEEE 802.15
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
12.1 THE INTERNET OF THINGS
12.2 BLUETOOTH MOTIVATION AND OVERVIEW
Bluetooth Applications
Bluetooth Standards Documents
Protocol Architecture
Profiles
Piconets and Scatternets
12.3 BLUETOOTH SPECIFICATIONS
Radio Specification
Baseband Specification
Frequency Hopping
User Logical Links
Packets
Access Code
Packet Header
Payload Format
Error Correction
Logical Channels
Link Manager Specification
Logical Link Control and Adaptation Protocol (L2CAP)
L2Cap Channels
Quality of Service
12.4 BLUETOOTH HIGH SPEED AND BLUETOOTH SMART
Bluetooth 3.0+HS
Bluetooth Smart, Bluetooth 4.0
12.5 IEEE 802.15
IEEE 802.15.3
Medium Access Control
Physical Layer
IEEE 802.15.3c
IEEE 802.15.3d
IEEE 802.15.4
Other 802.15 Standards
12.6 ZIGBEE
Technical Overview
ZigBee Alliance
Device Types
Protocols
Radio Hardware
Application Layer
Zigbee Security
12.7 RECOMMENDED READING
12.8 KEY TERMS, REVIEW QUESTIONS, AND PROBLEMS
Key Terms
Review Questions
Problems
Part Four Wireless Mobile Networks and Applications
CHAPTER 13 Cellular Wireless Networks
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
13.1 PRINCIPLES OF CELLULAR NETWORKS
Cellular Network Organization
Frequency Reuse
Increasing Capacity Through Network Densification
Operation of Cellular Systems
Mobile Radio Propagation Effects
Handoff
Hard or Soft Handoff
Power Control
Traffic Engineering
Infinite Sources, Lost Calls Cleared
Effect of Handoff
13.2 ¬≠FIRST-‚Äč¬≠GENERATION ANALOG
Spectral Allocation
Operation
AMPS Control Channels
13.3 ¬≠SECOND-‚Äč¬≠GENERATION TDMA
From ¬≠First-‚Äč¬≠ to ¬≠Second-‚Äč¬≠Generation Cellular Systems
Time Division Multiple Access
Global System for Mobile Communications
GSM Network Architecture
Mobile Station
Base Station Subsystem
Network Subsystem
Radio Link Aspects
TDMA Format
GPRS and Edge
GSM Signaling Protocol Architecture
13.4 ¬≠SECOND-‚Äč¬≠GENERATION CDMA
Code Division Multiple Access
Mobile Wireless CDMA Design Considerations
Rake Receiver
Soft Handoff
¬≠IS-‚Äč¬≠95
¬≠IS-‚Äč¬≠95 Forward Link
¬≠IS-‚Äč¬≠95 Reverse Link
13.5 ¬≠THIRD-‚Äč¬≠GENERATION SYSTEMS
Alternative Interfaces
CDMA Design Considerations
3G Systems
Wideband CDMA and UMTS
CDMA2000 and ¬≠EV-‚Äč¬≠DO
13.6 RECOMMENDED READING
13.7 KEY TERMS, REVIEW QUESTIONS, AND PROBLEMS
Key Terms
Review Questions
Problems
CHAPTER 14 Fourth Generation Systems and LTE-Advanced
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
14.1 PURPOSE, MOTIVATION, AND APPROACH TO 4G
14.2 LTE ARCHITECTURE
Evolved Packet System
Design Principles
High Level Functions of the EPS
14.3 EVOLVED PACKET CORE
EPC Components
Mobility Management Entity (MME)
Serving Gateway (SGW)
Packet Data Network Gateway (PGW)
Home Subscriber Server (HSS)
S1 Interfaces
X2 Interfaces
¬≠Non-‚Äč¬≠Access Stratum Protocols
14.4 LTE RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
Quality of Service
Mobility Management
S1 Mobility
X2 Mobility
Radio Access Network Procedures for Mobility
¬≠Inter-‚Äč¬≠Cell Interference Coordination
14.5 LTE CHANNEL STRUCTURE AND PROTOCOLS
Radio Interface Protocols
Radio Resource Control (RRC)
Packet Data Convergence Protocol (PDCP)
Radio Link Control (RLC)
Medium Access Control (MAC)
Physical Layer (PHY)
Channel Structure
Logical Channels
Transport Channels
Physical Channels
14.6 LTE RADIO ACCESS NETWORK
Frame Structure
Frame Structure Type 1, FDD
Frame Structure Type 2, TDD
Resource Blocks
Physical Transmission Formats
¬≠Power-‚Äč¬≠On Procedures
14.7 ¬≠LTE-‚Äč¬≠ADVANCED
Carrier Aggregation
Enhanced MIMO
Relaying
Heterogeneous Networks
Coordinated Multipoint Transmission and Reception
Other Enhancements
14.8 RECOMMENDED READING
14.9 KEY TERMS, REVIEW QUESTIONS, AND PROBLEMS
Key Terms
Review Questions
Problems
CHAPTER 15 Mobile Applications and Mobile IP
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
15.1 MOBILE APPLICATION PLATFORMS
Resource Constraints
The Interaction Layer
Two Example Hardware Stacks
15.2 MOBILE APP DEVELOPMENT
Application Development Fundamentals
Development Environments
A Look Inside Android
Android System Architecture
Developing an Application
Android Applications
The Activity Lifecycle
Gui Input
Accessing Sensors
Security
15.3 MOBILE APPLICATION DEPLOYMENT
Deployment to Markets
User Reviews and Marketing
Quality Control
15.4 MOBILE IP
Operation of Mobile IP
Discovery
Agent Solicitation
Move Detection
¬≠Co-‚Äč¬≠Located Addresses
Registration
Securing the Registration Procedure
Tunneling
¬≠IP-‚Äč¬≠Within-‚Äč¬≠IP Encapsulation
Minimal Encapsulation
15.5 RECOMMENDED READING
15.6 KEY TERMS, REVIEW QUESTIONS, AND PROBLEMS
Key Terms
Review Questions
Problems
APPENDIX 15A INTERNET CONTROL MESSAGE PROTOCOL
Router Discovery
APPENDIX 15B MESSAGE AUTHENTICATION
¬≠One-‚Äč¬≠Way Hash Function
Keyed Hash Code
CHAPTER 16 Long Range Communications
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
16.1 SATELLITE PARAMETERS AND CONFIGURATIONS
Satellite Orbits
Distance
Geostationary Satellites
LEO Satellites
MEO Satellites
Frequency Bands
Transmission Impairments
Distance
Satellite Footprint
Atmospheric Attenuation
Satellite Network Configurations
16.2 SATELLITE CAPACITY ALLOCATION
Frequency Division Multiplexing
Frequency Division Multiple Access
Time Division Multiple Access
16.3 SATELLITE APPLICATIONS
Global Positioning System
Direct Broadcast Systems
16.4 FIXED BROADBAND WIRELESS ACCESS
16.5 WIMAX/IEEE 802.16
IEEE 802.16 Architecture
Network Reference Model
Protocol Architecture
IEEE 802.16 MAC Layer
Connections and Service Flow
PDU Format
Scheduling Service and QOS
IEEE 802.16 Physical Layer
¬≠Wirelessman-‚Äč¬≠SC
¬≠Wirelessman-‚Äč¬≠OFDM
¬≠Wirelessman-‚Äč¬≠OFDMA
16.6 SMART GRID
Smart Grid Communication Requirements
Smart Grid Wireless Technology
16.7 RECOMMENDED READING
16.8 KEY TERMS, REVIEW QUESTIONS, AND PROBLEMS
Key Terms
Review Questions
Problems
References
Index
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
JK
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
YZ
Appendix A Traffic Analysis
A.1 BASIC TRAFFIC CONCEPTS
A.2 MULTISERVER MODELS
Infinite Sources, Lost Calls Cleared
Finite Sources, Lost Calls Cleared
Lost Calls Delayed
Summary
Appendix B Fourier Analysis
B.1 FOURIER SERIES REPRESENTATION OF PERIODIC SIGNALS
B.2 FOURIER TRANSFORM REPRESENTATION OF APERIODIC SIGNALS
Power Spectral Density and Bandwidth
Appendix C Data Link Control Protocols
C.1 ¬≠HIGH-‚Äč¬≠LEVEL DATA LINK CONTROL
HDLC Frame Structure
HDLC Operation
Initialization
Data Transfer
Disconnect
Examples of Operation
Glossary
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