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Frequency-domain receiver design for doubly selective channels, Paulo Montezuma, Fábio Silva, Rui Dinis

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Frequency-domain receiver design for doubly selective channels
Title
Frequency-domain receiver design for doubly selective channels
Statement of responsibility
Paulo Montezuma, Fábio Silva, Rui Dinis
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Language
eng
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Montezuma, Paulo
Dewey number
621.39/81
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Silva, Fábio
  • Dinis, Rui,
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  • Data transmission systems
  • Wireless communication systems
  • Broadband communication systems
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Frequency-domain receiver design for doubly selective channels, Paulo Montezuma, Fábio Silva, Rui Dinis
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Publication
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unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover ; Half Title ; Title ; Copyright ; Contents; Authors; List of Abbreviations; List of Symbols; Chapter 1 Introduction; 1.1 Motivation and Scope; 1.2 Book Structure; Chapter 2 Fading; 2.1 Large-Scale Fading; 2.1.1 Path-Loss; 2.1.2 Shadowing; 2.2 Small-Scale Fading; 2.2.1 The Multipath Channel; 2.2.2 Time-Varying Channel; Chapter 3 Block Transmission Techniques; 3.1 Transmission Structure of a Multicarrier Modulation; 3.2 Receiver Structure of a Multicarrier Modulation; 3.3 Multicarrier Modulations or Single-Carrier Modulations? . .; 3.4 OFDM Modulations
  • 3.4.1 Analytical Characterization of the OFDM Modulations3.4.2 Transmission Structure; 3.4.3 Reception Structure; 3.5 SC-FDE Modulations; 3.5.1 Transmission Structure; 3.5.2 Receiving Structure; 3.6 Comparative Analysis between OFDM and SC-FDE; 3.7 DFE Iterative Receivers; 3.7.1 IB-DFE Receiver Structure; 3.7.2 IB-DFE with Soft Decisions; 3.7.3 Turbo FDE Receiver; Chapter 4 Approaching the Matched Filter Bound; 4.1 Matched Filter Bound; 4.1.1 Approaching the Matched Filter Bound; 4.1.2 Analytical Computation of the MFB; 4.2 System Characterization; 4.3 Performance Results
  • 4.3.1 Performance Results without Channel Coding4.3.2 Performance Results with Channel Coding; Chapter 5 Efficient Channel Estimation for Single Frequency Networks; 5.1 System Characterization; 5.1.1 Channel Estimation; 5.1.2 Channel Estimation Enhancement; 5.2 Decision-Directed Channel Estimation; 5.3 Performance Results; 5.4 Conclusions; Chapter 6 Asynchronous Single Frequency Networks; 6.1 SFN Channel Characterization; 6.2 Impact of Carrier Frequency O set E ects; 6.3 Channel and CFO Estimation; 6.3.1 Frame Structure; 6.3.2 Tracking the Variations of the Equivalent Channel
  • 6.4 Adaptive Receivers for SFN with Di erent CFOs6.4.1 Method I; 6.4.2 Method II; 6.4.3 Method III; 6.5 Performance Results; Chapter 7 Multipath Channels with Strong Doppler E ects; 7.1 Doppler Frequency Shift due to Movement; 7.2 Modeling Short-Term Channel Variations; 7.2.1 Generic Model for Short-Term Channel Variations . .; 7.2.2 A Novel Model for Short-Term Channel Variations . .; 7.3 Channel Estimation and Tracking; 7.3.1 Channel Estimation; 7.3.2 Tracking of the Channel Variations; 7.3.2.1 Using the Sampling Theorem to Track the Channel Variations; 7.3.2.2 A Novel Tracking Technique
  • 7.4 Receiver Design 7.5 Performance Results; A Important Statistical Parameters; A.1 Rayleigh Distribution; A.2 Rician Distribution; A.3 Nakagami-m Distribution; B Complex Baseband Representation; C Minimum Error Variance; References; Index
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Isbn
9781351689342
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Taylor & Francis
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(OCoLC)992167634
Label
Frequency-domain receiver design for doubly selective channels, Paulo Montezuma, Fábio Silva, Rui Dinis
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover ; Half Title ; Title ; Copyright ; Contents; Authors; List of Abbreviations; List of Symbols; Chapter 1 Introduction; 1.1 Motivation and Scope; 1.2 Book Structure; Chapter 2 Fading; 2.1 Large-Scale Fading; 2.1.1 Path-Loss; 2.1.2 Shadowing; 2.2 Small-Scale Fading; 2.2.1 The Multipath Channel; 2.2.2 Time-Varying Channel; Chapter 3 Block Transmission Techniques; 3.1 Transmission Structure of a Multicarrier Modulation; 3.2 Receiver Structure of a Multicarrier Modulation; 3.3 Multicarrier Modulations or Single-Carrier Modulations? . .; 3.4 OFDM Modulations
  • 3.4.1 Analytical Characterization of the OFDM Modulations3.4.2 Transmission Structure; 3.4.3 Reception Structure; 3.5 SC-FDE Modulations; 3.5.1 Transmission Structure; 3.5.2 Receiving Structure; 3.6 Comparative Analysis between OFDM and SC-FDE; 3.7 DFE Iterative Receivers; 3.7.1 IB-DFE Receiver Structure; 3.7.2 IB-DFE with Soft Decisions; 3.7.3 Turbo FDE Receiver; Chapter 4 Approaching the Matched Filter Bound; 4.1 Matched Filter Bound; 4.1.1 Approaching the Matched Filter Bound; 4.1.2 Analytical Computation of the MFB; 4.2 System Characterization; 4.3 Performance Results
  • 4.3.1 Performance Results without Channel Coding4.3.2 Performance Results with Channel Coding; Chapter 5 Efficient Channel Estimation for Single Frequency Networks; 5.1 System Characterization; 5.1.1 Channel Estimation; 5.1.2 Channel Estimation Enhancement; 5.2 Decision-Directed Channel Estimation; 5.3 Performance Results; 5.4 Conclusions; Chapter 6 Asynchronous Single Frequency Networks; 6.1 SFN Channel Characterization; 6.2 Impact of Carrier Frequency O set E ects; 6.3 Channel and CFO Estimation; 6.3.1 Frame Structure; 6.3.2 Tracking the Variations of the Equivalent Channel
  • 6.4 Adaptive Receivers for SFN with Di erent CFOs6.4.1 Method I; 6.4.2 Method II; 6.4.3 Method III; 6.5 Performance Results; Chapter 7 Multipath Channels with Strong Doppler E ects; 7.1 Doppler Frequency Shift due to Movement; 7.2 Modeling Short-Term Channel Variations; 7.2.1 Generic Model for Short-Term Channel Variations . .; 7.2.2 A Novel Model for Short-Term Channel Variations . .; 7.3 Channel Estimation and Tracking; 7.3.1 Channel Estimation; 7.3.2 Tracking of the Channel Variations; 7.3.2.1 Using the Sampling Theorem to Track the Channel Variations; 7.3.2.2 A Novel Tracking Technique
  • 7.4 Receiver Design 7.5 Performance Results; A Important Statistical Parameters; A.1 Rayleigh Distribution; A.2 Rician Distribution; A.3 Nakagami-m Distribution; B Complex Baseband Representation; C Minimum Error Variance; References; Index
Control code
ocn992167634
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781351689342
Level of compression
unknown
Note
Taylor & Francis
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)992167634

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