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OFDMA System Analysis and Design

OFDMA System Analysis and Design

By (author): Samuel C. Yang
Copyright: 2010
Pages: 318
ISBN: 9781608070770

Here's a unique resource that provides you with an up-to-date understanding of how to plan, analyze, and design next-generation broadband wireless networks. This comprehensive book includes all the necessary background information needed to fully understand the material and places emphasis on practical engineering know-how that can be readily applied to designing OFDM-based systems. You find detailed discussions on everything from the physical and media access control layers, to QoS and security functions. Rather than just offering simple explanations of standards, this invaluable book takes a close look at live, real-world systems, explaining how the technical features work and why they were adopted. Moreover, the author includes his own design frameworks and rules that have been developed through his own extensive research and experience. This comprehensive reference is supported with over 170 illustrations and more than 250 equations.
Preface ; Acknowledgments ; Introduction to OFDM and OFDMA - Motivation. Conventional FDM. Advantages of FDM. Disadvantages of FDM. Basics of OFDM. Advantages of OFDM. Basics of OFDMA. Advantages of OFDMA. Some Practical Issues of OFDM and OFDMA. OFDM and DSSS. Overview of the Book. ; Characterization of the Mobile Wireless Channel -Introduction. Link Analysis. Distance Dimension: Propagation Loss. Time Dimension: Multipath Delay Spread. Frequency Dimension: Doppler Spread. Conclusions. ; Fundamentals of Digital Communications and Networking -Introduction. Basic Functions of a Transceiver. Channel Coding. Symbol Mapping and Modulation. Demodulation. Adaptive Modulation and Coding. Cyclic Redundancy Check (CRC). Automatic Repeat Request (ARQ). Hybrid ARQ. ; Fundamentals of OFDM and OFDMA: Transceiver Structure - Basic Transmitter Functions. Time Domain: Guard Time. Frequency Domain: Synchronization. Basic Receiver Functions. Equalization. OFDM Symbol. OFDMA Transmitter. OFDMA Receiver. OFDMA. Peak-to-Average Power Ratio. Conclusions. ; Physical Layer: Time and Frequency -Introduction. Distributed Subcarrier Permutation: Forming Subchannels on Downlink. Distributed Subcarrier Permutation: Forming Subchannels on Uplink. Adjacent Subcarrier Permutation: Downlink and Uplink. Summary of Subcarrier Permutation Modes. Bursts and Permutation Zones. Subframes and Frames. TDD and FDD. System Design Issues. Adaptive Burst Profiles. ; Physical Layer: Spatial Techniques -Introduction. Spatial Diversity: Receive Diversity. Spatial Diversity: Transmit Diversity. Spatial Multiplexing. MIMO-OFDM. Beamforming. System Design Issues. ; Medium Access Control: Architecture and Data Plane - MAC Architecture. Convergence Sublayer. Common Part Sublayer. Security Sublayer. ; Medium Access Control: Lower Control Plane -Introduction. Scheduler. Bandwidth Request. Control Signaling. Ranging. Power Control. ; Medium Access Control: Upper Control Plane -Introduction. Network Entry. Mobility Management: Link Handover. Mobility Management: Network Handover.; Quality of Service (QoS) -Introduction. Definitions and Fundamental Concepts. Object Relationship Model. Service Flow Transactions. QoS Parameters. Scheduling Services. ; Security Fundamentals -Introduction. Symmetric Encryption. Asymmetric Encryption. Digital Signature. Message Authentication Using Message Authentication Code. Conclusions. ; Security Functions -Introduction. Definitions and Fundamental Concepts. Authorization. Distribution of Key Materials. Possible Vulnerabilities. ; RF System Design: Coverage -Introduction. Link Quality. Designing for Coverage. Designing for Temporal and Frequency Dispersions.; RF System Design: Capacity -Introduction. Frequency Reuse. Allocation of Capacity. Capacity. Capacity and Coverage. Conclusions. ; About the Author. Index;
  • Samuel C. Yang Samuel C. Yang is a full professor at California State University, Fullerton, where he obtained early tenure and was named the 2006 Outstanding Faculty by his college for research, teaching, and service. Prior to entering academia, Dr. Yang spent 14 years in the wireless and satellite industries, working for Verizon Wireless, Hughes Space and Communications, and NASA. He is also the author of CDMA RF System Engineering and 3G CDMA2000 Wireless System Engineering (Artech House, 1998, 2004). He holds a Ph.D. in information science from Claremont Graduate University.
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