Wireless And Personal Communications Systems (PCS): Fundamentals and Application

Vijay Garg, Joseph E. Wilkes, AT&T IPM Corporation

  • 出版商: Prentice Hall
  • 出版日期: 1995-12-14
  • 定價: $980
  • 售價: $980
  • 貴賓價: 9.5$931
  • 語言: 英文
  • 頁數: 464
  • 裝訂: Paperback
  • ISBN: 0132346265
  • ISBN-13: 9780132346269

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Description:

PCS (Personal Communication Systems) will provide the convenience of FAX, Email and voice mail in a package similar to cellular phones. This book describes both Personal Communication Systems and mobile networks — and as they are envisioned for the future. KEY TOPICS: The first half of this book covers the theory of wireless communications, presenting the historical background of wireless telephony and the evolution of wireless technologies in the U.S. and Europe. The second half of the book presents the analog and digital (cellular and PCS) systems used in the U.S., Europe, and Japan. MARKET: For wireless engineers and those interested in marketing wireless products in the United States.

 

Table of Contents:

(NOTE: Each chapter contains an Introduction, Summary, Problems and References.)

WIRELESS AND PERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS.

1. An Overview of Wireless Technologies.


 

Historical Background. Standards. Vision of PCS.

2. An Overview of Cellular Systems.


 

Concept of Cellular Communications. First-Generation Cellular Systems. Technologies for Second-Generation Cellular Systems. Cordless Phones and Telepoint Systems. Second-Generation Cellular Systems. Second- Generation-Plus PCS Systems. Vision of the Third-Generation Systems.

3. Access Technologies.


 

Narrowband Channelized Systems. Wideband Systems. Comparisons of FDMA, TDMA, and DS-CDMA. Capacity of a DS-CDMA System. Comparison of DS-CDMA and FDMA/TDMA System Capacity.

4. Fundamentals of Radio Communications.


 

Radio-Wave Propagation. Multipath Characteristics of a Radio Wave. Capacity of a Communication Channel. Propagation Losses in Built-up Areas.

5. Fundamentals of Cellular Communications.


 

Cellular System. Geometry of a Hexagonal Cell. Cochannel Interference Ratio. Cellular System Design in Worst-Case Scenario with an Omnidirectional Antenna. Cochannel Interference Reduction with the Use of Directional Antennas. Directional Antennas in Seven-Cell Reuse Pattern. Cell Splitting. Registration. Terminal Authentication. Handoff.

6. Digital Modulation Techniques.


 

Baseband Signaling. Modulation Techniques. Demodulation Issues.

7. Antennas, Diversity, and Link Analysis.


 

Objectives of a Cellular System Antenna. Antenna Gain. Free Space Path Loss. Receiver Noise. The Path Loss Over a Reflecting Surface. The Relationship between Directivity, Gain, and Beamwidth. Diversity Reception. Basic Combining Methods. Types of Diversity. Examples of Base Station and Mobile Antennas.

8. North American Cellular and PCS Systems.


 

PCS Reference Models. 8.3 Services 8.4 Operation of a PCS System 8.5 Air Interface Unique Capabilities 8.6 Handoffs

9. European and Japanese Cellular Systems and North American PCS1900.


 

GSM Public Land Mobile Network (PLMN). Objectives of a GSM PLMN. GSM PLMN Services. GSM Architecture. GSM Channel and Frame Structure. GSM Speech Processing. GSM Call Flow Scenarios. MSC Performance. North American PCS1900. Japanese Digital Cellular (JDC) System.

10. Security and Privacy in Wireless Systems.


 

Security and Privacy Needs of a Wireless System. Methods and Procedures of Providing Privacy and Security in Wireless Systems.

11. Network Management for PCS and Cellular Systems.


 

Goals for PCS Management. Management Requirements for PCS. OAM&P Standards for PCS and Cellular Network. Telecommunications Management Network. OSI Management. PCS Information Model.

12. Interworking in Wireless Systems.


 

Speech Coding Interworking. Data Interworking. Signaling, Numbering, and Routing Interworking. Security and Authentication Interworking. Basic Services Interworking. Roaming between Similar Systems. Roaming between Dissimilar Systems. Emergency Calling Interworking. Billing Interworking.

13. Design of a Wireless System: A Case Study.


 

Planning and Engineering a Cellular Radio System. Outline of the Engineering Procedure. Frequency Reuse and Channel Group Assignments. Considerations for a Start-Up System. The Process of Growing a Cellular System. Traffic Calculations for a Cellular and PCS System.

14. Cellular Digital Packet Data (CDPD) Network.


 

CDPD Network Defined. The Network Architecture for CDPD. CDPD Protocols. CDPD Capabilities and Services.

15. Packet Radio Systems.


 

Packet Radio Basics. The ARDIS Packet Radio Network. The RAM Mobile Data Packet Radio Network. Simple Packet Networks Using AX.25. The Network Operating System and TCP/IP.

Appendix A. Channel Coding.


 

Introduction. Hamming Code. BCH Codes. Reed-Solomon Codes.

Appendix B. Orthogonal Functions.


 

Appendix C. Traffic Tables.


 

Appendix D. List of Abbreviations.


 

Index.