Mobile Radio Communications,
2nd Ed.


Ray Steele
Lajos Hanzo
ISBN: 0-471-97806-X
Hardcover
Price: US$185.00 est.
Pages: 1090
Projected Pub Date: Jul
1999
Copyright: 1999

Mobile Radio Communications technology is now much more
than just a means to 'untether' the telephone. New 'third wave'
digital mobile systems can already transmit voice, data and image
signals and will soon have the capacity for full mobile multimedia
transmission. The first edition of this title, is now established as
the definitive, all-in-one mobile communications reference
manual. The new edition features a major new section on mobile
multimedia transmission and additional coverage of the GSM
protocol and speech and channel coding.

Contents :

INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL CELLULAR RADIO.
The Background to Digital Cellular Mobile Radio.
Mobile Propagation.
Principles of Multiple Access Communications.
First Generation Mobile Radio Systems.
Digital Cellular Mobile Radio Systems.
Second Generation Cellular Mobile Systems.
Cordless Telecommunications.
Teletraffic Considerations.
MOBILE RADIO CHANNELS.
Complex Baseband Representation.
Mobile Radio Channel Types.
Physical Description of Channels.
Classification of Channels.
Linear Time-Variant Channels.
Characterisation by Bello Functions.
Practical Channel Description.
SPEECH CODING.
Waveform Encoding Techniques.
Embedded Delta Modulation.
Sub-band Coding.
Analysis-by-Synthesis Predictive Coding.
SPEECH CODING.
Interleaving Techniques.
Convolutional Codes.
Block Codes.
Concatenated Codes.
Comparison of Error Control Codes.
QUATERNARY FREQUENCY SHIFT KEYING.
An S900-D Like System.
QFSK Transmissions over Gaussian Channels.
QFSK Transmission Over Rayleigh Channels.
Conclusions.
WIDEBAND SYSTEMS.
Generalised Phase Modulation.
CPM Receivers.
FREQUENCY HOPPING.
Principles.
Description of an SFHMA System.
BER Performance.
BER Performance.
Estimation of Spectral Efficiency.
Conclusions.
THE GSM SYSTEM.
Overview of the GSN System.
Mapping Logical Channels.
Speech Coding.
Channel Coding and Interleaving.
Transmission and Reception.
Wideband Channels and Viterbi Equalization.
Radio Link Control.
Discontinuous Transmission.
WIRELESS MULTIMEDIA SYSTEMS.
The Wireless Communications Scene.
Speech Coding Aspects.
Video Coding Issues.
Modulation Issues.
Packet Reservation Multiple Access.
Multi-Mode Multimedia Transceivers.
Summary and Conclusions.
Acknowledgment.

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