|Publisher:||McGraw-Hill Education; 1 edition (September 2, 2002)|
|Category:||Engineering and Transport|
|Other formats:||mobi lrf rtf lit|
Spread Spectrum Cdma book.
Spread Spectrum Cdma book. This book is highly recommended for technicians and engineers with a basic background in wireless technologies, and who are looking to expand that knowledge to understand how Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum CDMA works, and the advantages it offers in improving the capacity of a wireless system in a multi-user environment.
I have been using this book to study the standards of IS-95 and spread spectrum communications (cell phones). This book includes an excellent explanation of how spread spectrum CDMA works. The book is full of examples and references to the literature, making it useful for novice and experienced engineers alike. The book is excellent for its thorough treatment of all key issues in CDMA.
Provides a user-friendly explanation of the concepts, issues, and techniques behind the IS-95 and IS-2000 CDMA standards. Spread Spectrum CDMA IS-95 and IS-2000 for RF Communications.
CDMA - Spread Spectrum - All technical modulation and demodulation strive for greater power and/or efficiency of bandwidth . Spread spectrum is a form of wireless communications in which the frequency of the transmitted signal is deliberately varied resulting higher bandwidth.
CDMA - Spread Spectrum - All technical modulation and demodulation strive for greater power and/or efficiency of bandwidth in a white Gaussian additive stationary noise channel. Spread-spectrum is apparent in the Shannon and Hartley channel-capacity theorem −. C B log2 (1 + S/N). In the given equation, & is the channel capacity in bits per second (bps), which is the maximum data rate for a theoretical bit-error rate (BER). B’ is the required channel bandwidth in Hz, and S/N is the signal-to-noise power ratio.
Spread spectrum communication technology has been used in military communications . I have studied CDMA and IS-95 using this book.
I have studied CDMA and IS-95 using this book. The problems inherent in this book were obvious, surpisingly, to only a few. The truth behind this book is one of intellectual vanity.
Multi-Carrier and Spread Spectrum Systems is one of the first books to describe and analyze the basic concepts of. .
Multi-Carrier and Spread Spectrum Systems is one of the first books to describe and analyze the basic concepts of multi-carrier OFDM transmission and its combination with spread spectrum (MC-CDMA). The different architectures and detection strategies as well as baseband-related transceiver components are explained.
UMTS, IS-95 and CDMA-2000 use CDMA. WiMAX and LTE use OFDM. The receiver undoes the randomization to collect the bits together and produce the original data.
Conversely, any cdma2000 system is able to place and receive calls for cdma2000 and IS95 mobile stations. Similarly, it is preferable for call placement to be automatic when a mobile station is roaming. 29 44. RCR STD-36, Analog Cellular Telecommunication System Based On TACS Method, October 1993. 30 -Books: 28 31 32 45.
Spread Spectrum Cdma: Is-95 and Is-2000 for RF Communications. New York: Mc. Graw-Hill. 37. Proakis, . Salehi, M. (2007). Digital Communications (5th ed).