Wideband Wireless Channels: Statistical Modeling, Analysis and Simulation (Hardback)V.V. Veeravalli (author)
Hardback 288 Pages / Published: 26/01/2001
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The channel of interest in wireless systems is the one that links a given mobile to the infrastructure network through one or more base stations. This channel could involve multiple antennas, each of which could have multiple antenna elements. Such a channel is described by a channel matrix, whose components describe the channel between a pair of receive and transmit antennas. Each component of the channel matrix varies as the location of the mobile changes. The key to modelling wideband multiantenna channels lies in understanding these variations and the relationships between the various components of the channel matrix. This book describes various modeling techniques for wideband multiantenna wireless systems. The primary focus being upon statistical models that are useful in design, analysis and simulation, applications of these models are also be discussed. It: provides complete up-to-date treatment of wireless channel modelling; emphasises on statistical models used in design, analysis and simulation of wideband multiantenna wireless systems; and includes example problems with solutions. Graduate students and researchers in wireless communications, RF and telecommunications engineers wil all find this text invaluable.
Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Number of pages: 288
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