Modern Wireless Communications (美國版 0130224723)

Simon Haykin, Michael Moher





For courses in Wireless Communication.

This text provides a self-motivating introduction to wireless communications; it presents topics in a manner consistent with their natural evolution, based on the principle of increasing spectral efficiency of the radio transmission. Wireless Systems begins with a discussion of FDMA systems and follows the evolution through TDMA, CDMA, and SDMA techniques. Engineering principles required for each multiple access strategy are presented parallel with it.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction.
2. Propagation and Noise.
3. Modulation, and Frequency-Division Multiple Access.
4. Coding, and Time-Division Multiple Access.
5. Spread Spectrum, and Code Division Multiple Access.
6. Diversity, and Space-Division Multiple Access.
7. Wireless Architectures.
Appendix A: Fourier Theory.
Appendix B: Bessel Functions.
Appendix C: Random Variables and Random Processes.
Appendix D: Matched Filters.
Appendix E: Error Function.
Appendix F: MAP Algorithm.
Appendix G: Capacity of MIMO Links.
Appendix H: Eigendecomposition.
Appendix I: Adaptive Array Antenna.