Systems Engineering in Wireless Communications

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  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2010-01-26
  • Publisher: Wiley

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In eleven comprehensive chapters this text covers a wide range of system engineering topics from cellular radio systems and radio resource management to position location systems and network management. The book varies from other books on the market as it emphasises the dynamical issues arising from mobile systems. Well known control techniques such as square estimation, PID control, adaptive control and fuzzy logic, are used in every chapter in order to explain the subject clearly. Senior undergraduate/graduate students and practising industrial engineers will be able to thoroughly grasp the subject as it is approached in a comprehensive and practical manner. Covers radio resource management of third generation wireless communication systems from a systems engineering point of view. Differs from current books on the market in its offering of a thorough approach to the dynamical issues arising from mobile nodes. There are currently no textbooks, which address the wireless communications issues using system-engineering methods. There is an increasing need for engineers and scientists who are able to understand the many aspects of evolving wireless technologies. Will include MATLAB/SIMULINK exercises on a companion website to help clarify the subject.

Table of Contents

Chapter Introduction
Introduction to Telecommunication
The quality of services (QoS) parameters
Multiple Access Techniques
Chapter Feedback Control Basics
Feedback Control
Relay control (ON-OFF control)
Proportional-Integral-Derivative (PID) Control
Proportional control (P Control)
Integral controller (I control)
Proportional-Integral controller (PI control)
Proportional Derivative Controller (PD controller)
Proportional-Integral-Derivative Controller (PID controller)
Practical issues
Tuning Of Pid Controllers
Digital Implementation Of A Pid Controller
Phase-Locked Loop
State Space Representation
Kalman Filter
Linear Kalman Filter
Fuzzy Control
Chapter Channel Modeling
Large-scale propagation models
Small-scale propagation models and Statistical multipath channel models
Chapter Channel Estimation And Prediction
Linear time-variant (LTV) channel model
Multivariable case
Simulation of LTV systems
Discrete-time models
Discrete-time models with noise
Least squares identification
Minimum variance prediction
Self-tuning predictor
Chapter Power Control Part 1: Linear Algebra Perspective
Centralized Power Control
Graphical Description of Power Control
Distributed Power Control Algorithms
Chapter Power control 2: Control engineering perspective
Issues in uplink power control
Upper link power control with a relay controller
Example 6-1: Relay control
PID control
Example 6-3: PID control tuning with optimization
Example 6-4: PID power control
Self-tuning predictive power control algorithm
Self-tuning power control
Example 6-4 Self-tuning power control
Fuzzy power control
chapter Admission And Load Control
Introduction to Admission Control (AC)
Theoretical Analysis of Centralized Admission Control
Non-Interactive Distributed Admission Control (NIDAC)
Interactive Distributed Admission Control (IDAC)
Admission Control in UMTS
Admission Control for Non-real time Application
Load Control (LC)
Chapter Combining Different Radio Resources
Some radio resources interrelations
Power and rate control
Mathematical formulation of the RRM problem in MO framework
Chapter Smart Antennas
Smart Antennas and Adaptation
Spatial-Temporal Processing
Joining Radio Resources with Beamforming
Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) Antennas
Chapter Cognitive Radios and Networks
Concepts of Cognitive Radios
Spectrum Attention of Cognitive Radios
Direct Spectrum Sensing
Cognitive Radio Networks and Game Theory
System Engineering and Cognitive Radios
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