Designing cdma 2000 Systems

Leonhard Korowajczuk, Bruno S. A. Xavier, Arlindo M. F. Filho, Leila Z. Ribeiro, Cristine Korowajcz

  • 出版商: Wiley
  • 出版日期: 2004-04-15
  • 售價: $1,880
  • 貴賓價: 9.5$1,786
  • 語言: 英文
  • 頁數: 918
  • 裝訂: Hardcover
  • ISBN: 0470853999
  • ISBN-13: 9780470853993

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Over the past few years the wireless technology industry has seen massive growth with ever increasing mobile subscriber rates. Simple analog radio tools have evolved into sophisticated adaptive technologies. These now employ advanced hardware, modulation and coding techniques and processing solutions, unimaginable a decade ago. Network designs based on CDMA 2000 are becoming extremely complex and highly standardized. Designing CDMA 2000 Systems provides engineers with the background information needed to understand the CDMA 2000 technology, by describing design techniques and available algorithms.

This book:

  • Covers the main standards involved in the technology specification whilst focussing on those aspects required for the design of CDMA systems.
  • Describes in detail the structure of CDMA 2000 systems and provides guidelines for their optimisation.

Written in a thorough and knowledgeable manner this book fills a gap in the information available today and will serve as a reference for designers and operators. Its specialist coverage from introductory to advanced level serves as an excellent 'how to' manual for all those looking for one complete source on CDMA 2000

 Table of Contents:

Preface.

Acknowledgements.

About the Authors.

1. Introduction to Spread Spectrum Systems.

1.1 Multiple Access Techniques.

1.2 The Spread Spectrum Concept.

1.3 Spread Spectrum Techniques.

1.4 Processing Gain PG.

1.5 Spreading and De-spreading of the DS-CDMA Signal.

2. CDMA Evolution.

2.1 CDMA Standards and Evolution.

2.2 CDMA Timeline.

2.3 Evolution of CDMA Standards.

3. Codes and Sequences.

3.1 Introduction.

3.2 Maximal Length Sequences.

3.3 Walsh Sequences.

3.4 Quasi-Orthogonal Function.

4. Forward Link Channels.

4.1 Forward Link Channel Structure in IS-95 CDMA Systems.

4.2 Forward Link Channel Structure in cdma2000 Systems.

5. Reverse Link Channels.

5.1 CDMA IS-95 Reverse Link Channel Structure.

5.2 cdma2000 Reverse Link Channel Structures.

6. Call Processing in CDMA Systems.

6.1 Introduction.

6.2 Call Processing.

6.3 Messages Exchanged during Call Establishment.

6.4 Reg istration.

6.5 Roaming.

6.6 The Authentication Process.

7. Power Control, Handoff and Radio Resource Management.

7.1 Introduction.

7.2 Main Characteristics of Power Control in the System Access State.

7.3 Power Control in Mobile Station Control on the Traffic Channel State.

7.4 Introduction to Handoff Processes.

7.5 Maintenance of Pilot Sets.

7.6 Handoff Types.

7.7 Introduction to Radio Resource Management.

8. EVDO and EVDV.

8.1 EVDO Requirements (IS-856).

8.2 EVDV Requirements (R.S0026).

8.3 EVDO Reference Model.

8.4 Channel Structure.

8.5 Air Interface Encoding.

8.6 Modulation/Encoding .

8.7 Power Control. 

8.8 Scheduling.

9. Radio Network Engineering Fundamentals.

9.1 Design Principles.

9.2 CDMA Equipment Block Diagram.

9.3 Transmit Stage.

9.4 Channel.

9.5 Link Management.

9.6 Receive Stage.

10. Network Design.

10.1 Network Design Flow.

10.2 Databases.

10.3 Regions Database.

10.4 Service Classes.

10.5 User Distribution.

10.6 Composite Predictions.

10.7 Link Budget.

10.8 Call Placement Simulation.

10.9 Network Enhancement.

10.10 Network Optimisation.

10.11 Network Performance.

10.12 Conclusion.

11. Traffic Dimensioning.

11.1 Introduction.

11.2 Demand Characterisation.

11.3 Traffic Simulation.

11.4 Performance Analysis.

11.5 Summary.

Appendix A – Link Load and Noise Rise.

Appendix B – Capacity Dependence on User Mix.

Bibliography and References.

Acronyms.

Index