Titel: Adaptive Phy-Mac Design for Broadband Wireless Systems
Autor/en: Ramjee Prasad, Suvra Sekhar Das, Muhammad Imadur Rahman
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12. Juli 2010 - gebunden - 518 Seiten
The next generation mobile communication networks (4G) has the challenging target of providing a peak data rate of 1 Gigabit per second in the local area and 100 Megabit per second in a wide area. The ability to offer such high data rates in the 100 MHz bandwidth requires a very high overall spectral efficiency, and hence the need for multi-antenna techniques (MIMO) with spatial multiplexing, fast dynamic link adaptation and packet scheduling, wideband access techniques, and most likely non-contention based spectrum sharing among multiple operators.Many of these required technology components and techniques are well researched and established.
Adaptive PHY-MAC Design for Broadband Wireless Systems explains how one can integrate and optimize their use in providing the target cell data rates with high availability. The authors address the ability to cope with interference and enhanced physical layer processing, and simultaneously, multifaceted system level design. The focus is also on the selection of technology components and techniques which leads to the highest spectral efficiency and peak data rate availability with reasonable Quality of Service (QoS) support, such as improved outage scenario, reduced delay and guaranteed bit rate.
In short, this book will answer questions such as how individual techniques relate to each other, how we can improve the gains by suitable combinations of different technologies and how to choose different technological solutions in different scenarios, and so on.
Adaptive PHY-MAC Design for Broadband Wireless Systems can be used for lectures in graduate level courses in universities. PhD level students will also find it useful as this book will outline the fundamental concepts and design methods for PHY and MAC layers of future wireless systems. It can also be used as a reference by engineers and developers in the industry as well as by researchers in academia. For professionals, system architects and managers who play a key role in the selection of a baseline system concept for future wireless standards, such as IMT-Advanced type architecture, discussions, analysis and guidelines to highlight overall system level perspective are included.
1. Preface; 2. Adaptive OFDM: adaptive Sub-carrier bandwidth and adaptive Guard Interval Design; 3. Bit and power loading; 4. Hybrid Link Adaptation: HLA and Link adaptation in multi-antenna systems; 5. Transceiver non-ideal effects on OFDM systems with link adaptation; 6. Cellular concept; 7. Resource allocation in SISO systems; 8. MU-MIMO; 9. Impact of MIMO CCI: SINR analysis and System performance; 10. Robust MIMO receiver design at cell edge; a. Multiple symbol based receiver. b. Frequency-reuse pattern; 11. Resource allocation in SC-FDMA system; 12. Future Strategies for System Design; a. Summarizing the multi-dimensional interrelationship of the different technology components; b. Design guidelines to meet the future requirements; c. Re-visiting the future.
Ramjee Prasad is a Professor of Future Technologies for Business Ecosystem Innovation (FT4BI) in the Department of Business Development and Technology, Aarhus University, Denmark. He is the Founder President of the CTIF Global Capsule (CGC). He is also the Founder Chairman of the Global ICT Standardisation Forum for India, established in 2009. GISFI has the purpose of increasing of the collaboration between European, Indian, Japanese, North-American and other worldwide standardization activities in the area of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and related application areas.
He has been honored by the University of Rome "Tor Vergata", Italy as a Distinguished Professor of the Department of Clinical Sciences and Translational Medicine on March 15, 2016. He is Honorary Professor of University of Cape Town, South Africa, and University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. He has received Ridderkorset af Dannebrogordenen (Knight of the Dannebrog) in 2010 from the Danish Queen for the internationalization of top-class telecommunication research and education.
He has received several international awards such as: IEEE Communi- cations Society Wireless Communications Technical Committee Recognition Award in 2003 for making contribution in the field of "Personal, Wireless and Mobile Systems and Networks", Telenor's Research Award in 2005 for impressive merits, both academic and organizational within the field of wireless and personal communication, 2014 IEEE AESS Outstanding Organizational Leadership Award for: "Organizational Leadership in developing and globalizing the CTIF (Center for TeleInFrastruktur) Research Network", and so on.
He has been Project Coordinator of several EC projects namely, MAGNET, MAGNET Beyond, eWALL and so on. He has published more than 30 books, 1000 plus journal and conference publications, more than 15 patents, over 100 PhD Graduates and larger number of Masters (over 250). Several of his students are today worldwide telecommunication leaders themselves.
Under his leadership, magnitudes of close collaborations are being established among premier universities across the globe. The collaborations are regulated by guidelines of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the collaborating universities.