Xiaodong Wang and H. Vincent Poor, «Wireless Communication Systems: Advanced Techniques for Signal Reception»
Prentice Hall PTR | ISBN 0130214353 | August 2003 | 704 Pages | 4,13 Mb
Wireless communications, together with its applications and underlying technologies, is among today's most active areas of technology development. The very rapid pace of improvements in both custom and programmable integrated circuits for signal processing applications has led to the justifiable view of advanced signal processing as a key enabler of the aggressively escalating capacity demands of emerging wireless systems. Consequently, there has been a tremendous and very widespread effort on the part of the research community to develop novel signal processing techniques that can fulfill this promise. The published literature in this area has grown explosively in recent years, and it has become quite diffcult to synthesize the many developments described in this literature. The purpose of this book is to present, in one place and in a unified framework, a number of key recent contributions in this field. Even though these contributions come primarily from the research community, the focus of this presentation is on the development, analysis, and understanding of explicit algorithms for performing advanced processing tasks arising in receiver design for emerging wireless systems. Although this book is largely self-contained, it is written principally for designers, researchers, and graduate students with some prior exposure to wireless communication systems.