Introduction to Wireless Digital Communication: A Signal Processing Perspective
©2017 |Pearson | Available
Robert W. Heath, Jr.
©2017 |Pearson | Available
Developed and proven as part of a special laboratory course at the University of Texas, this unique book makes wireless communication accessible both to undergraduates and to practicing electrical engineers who haven't specialized in communications.
Introduction to Wireless Digital Communication: A Signal Processing Perspective goes beyond broad survey coverage, while assuming the right mathematical depth for undergraduates and building on the foundational DSP knowledge most of them already have. Using this text, instructors can teach wireless technologies without requiring other analog or digital communication prerequisites.
Robert W. Heath, Jr. presents:
Introduction to Wireless Digital Communication contains examples, homework problems, and lecture notes, and is supported with attractive adoption materials, including PowerPoint presentations, solutions and MATLAB manuals. (A separate Laboratory Manual is sold with hardware from National Instruments.)
About the Author xix
Chapter 1: Introduction 1
1.1 Introduction to Wireless Communication 1
1.2 Wireless Systems 2
1.3 Signal Processing for Wireless Communication 14
1.4 Contributions of This Book 17
1.5 Outline of This Book 18
1.6 Symbols and Common Definitions 20
1.7 Summary 22
Chapter 2: An Overview of Digital Communication 27
2.1 Introduction to Digital Communication 27
2.2 Overview of a Wireless Digital Communication Link 28
2.3 Wireless Channel 31
2.4 Source Coding and Decoding 36
2.5 Encryption and Decryption 40
2.6 Channel Coding and Decoding 41
2.7 Modulation and Demodulation 47
2.8 Summary 57
Chapter 3: Signal Processing Fundamentals 63
3.1 Signals and Systems 63
3.2 Statistical Signal Processing 91
3.3 Signal Processing with Passband Signals 114
3.4 Multirate Signal Processing 129
3.5 Linear Estimation 137
3.6 Summary 150
Chapter 4: Digital Modulation and Demodulation 171
4.1 Transmitter for Complex Pulse-Amplitude Modulation 171
4.2 Symbol Mapping and Constellations 174
4.3 Computing the Bandwidth and Power of x(t) 182
4.4 Communication in the AWGN Channel 183
4.5 Digital Implementation of Pulse Shaping 202
4.6 Summary 207
Chapter 5: Dealing with Impairments 219
5.1 Frequency-Flat Wireless Channels 220
5.2 Equalization of Frequency-Selective Channels 241
5.3 Estimating Frequency-Selective Channels 259
5.4 Carrier Frequency Offset Correction in Frequency-Selective Channels 270
5.5 Introduction to Wireless Propagation 282
5.6 Large-Scale Channel Models 285
5.7 Small-Scale Fading Selectivity 292
5.8 Small-Scale Channel Models 302
5.9 Summary 309
Chapter 6: MIMO Communication 335
6.1 Introduction to Multi-antenna Communication 335
6.2 Receiver Diversity for Flat-Fading SIMO Systems 343
6.3 Transmit Diversity for MISO Systems 353
6.4 MIMO Transceiver Techniques 364
6.5 MIMO-OFDM Transceiver Techniques 386
6.6 Summary 394
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Robert W. Heath, Jr., received B.S. and M.S. degrees from The University of Virginia in 1996 and 1997, respectively, and a Ph.D. from Stanford University in 2002, all in electrical engineering. From 1998 to 2001, he was a senior member of the technical staff and then a senior consultant at Iospan Wireless, Inc., where he worked on the design and implementation of the physical and link layers of the first commercial MIMO-OFDM communication system. Since 2002, he has been with the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at The University of Texas Austin where he is a Cullen Trust for Higher Education Endowed Professor. He is also the president and CEO of MIMO Wireless Inc. His research interests include several aspects of wireless communication and signal processing: 5G cellular systems, MIMO communication, millimeter wave communication, adaptive video transmission, manifold signal processing, as well as applications of wireless communication to automotive, aerial vehicles, and wearable networks. He is a coauthor of Millimeter Wave Wireless Communications (Prentice Hall, 2015) and author of Digital Wireless Communication (National Technology and Science Press, 2012).
Dr. Heath is a coauthor of several best-paper award recipients, including recently the 2010 and 2013 EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking best paper awards, the 2012 Signal Processing Magazine best paper award, a 2013 Signal Processing Society best paper award, 2014 EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing best paper award, the 2014 Journal of Communications and Networks best paper award, the 2016 IEEE Communications Society Fred W. Ellersick Prize, and the 2016 IEEE Communications and Information Theory Societies Joint Paper Award. He was a distinguished lecturer in the IEEE Signal Processing Society and is an ISI Highly Cited Researcher. He is also an elected member of the Board of Governors for the IEEE Signal Processing Society, a licensed amateur radio operator, a private pilot, and a registered professional engineer in Texas.
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