Download Adaptive Wireless Communications PDF book free online – From Adaptive Wireless Communications PDF: Adopting a balanced mix of theory, algorithms and practical design issues, this comprehensive volume explores cutting-edge applications in adaptive wireless communications and the implications these techniques have for future wireless network performance.
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Presenting practical concerns in the context of different strands from information theory, parameter estimation theory, array processing and wireless communication, the authors present a complete picture of the field. Topics covered include advanced multiple-antenna adaptive processing, ad hoc networking, MIMO, MAC protocols, space-time coding, cellular networks and cognitive radio, with the significance and effects of both internal and external interference a recurrent theme throughout.
A broad, self-contained technical introduction to all the necessary mathematics, statistics, estimation theory and information theory is included, and topics are accompanied by a range of engaging end-of-chapter problems. With solutions available online, this is the perfect self-study resource for students of advanced wireless systems and wireless industry professionals.
From the Back Cover
“An excellent and well-written book… a must for any wireless PHY system engineer.” Vahid Tarokh, Harvard University
“Great book! Fills a gap in the wireless communication textbook arena… perfect for beginning graduate students or practicing engineers who want the best of both worlds: broad coverage of both old and new topics, combined with mathematical fundamentals and detailed derivations… a great single-reference launching point… it will become a standard prerequisite for all my graduate students.” A. Lee Swindlehurst, University of California, Irvine
About the Author
Daniel W. Bliss is an Associate Professor in the School of Electrical, Computer, and Energy Engineering at Arizona State University.
This comprehensive, self-contained exploration of cutting-edge applications in adaptive wireless communications includes a broad, self-contained technical introduction to all the necessary background, and a range of engaging end-of-chapter-problems. With solutions available online, this is the perfect self-study resource for students of advanced wireless systems and wireless industry professionals. –This text refers to the hardcover edition.