Integrated Wireless Propagation Models

Author: William Lee
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 0071837523
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FULLY INTEGRATED SOLUTIONS FOR MANAGING WIRELESS NETWORK COVERAGE, CAPACITY, AND COSTS Cowritten by Dr. William C. Y. Lee, one of the original pioneers of wireless technology at Bell Labs, this in-depth guide presents accurate, effi cient propagation prediction models to meet the growing demands of next-generation wireless networks. All relevant factors, including terrain, atmospheric conditions, buildings, antenna height, indoor environments, and more, are considered. Integrated Wireless Propagation Models discusses popular prediction models and provides complete details on the Lee macrocell, microcell, and in-building models. The fi nal chapter ties the three Lee models together to produce an integrated Lee model that can be applied to all mobile environments. Throughout the book, complex mathematical models are translated into practical, easy-to-implement solutions. COVERAGE INCLUDES: Introduction to modeling mobile signals in wireless communications Macrocell prediction models--area-to-area and point-to-point models Microcell prediction models for both empirical and deterministic methods In-building (picocell) prediction models Integrating the three Lee models into the Lee comprehensive model

Integrated Wireless Propagation Models

Author: William Lee
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional
ISBN: 9780071762977
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Integrated Wireless Propagation Models provides an overview of new wireless propagation critical to wireless coverage, capacity, and cost. In any wireless network these factors can be utilized effectively only with an acurate prediction model. This book provides detailed coverage of three different and widely used propagation categories--in building, microcell, and macrocell propagation models. The book also covers propagation models over water and the effects of weather. Given the explosive growth of wireless delivery of data and voice, the managers of wireless networks are increasingly struggling with properly serving their customers, predicting their usage, and managing their costs. This unique, timely text addresses these issues

Wireless Communications And Applications

Author: Patrick Sénac
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3642291570
Size: 49.75 MB
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This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-conference proceedings of the First International ICST Conference on Wireless Communications and Applications, ICWCA 2011, held in Sanya, China, in August 2011. The 43 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from around 90 submissions and cover a wide range of topics as mobile ad hoc networks, sensor networks, network architectural design, network protocol design, local area networks, MAC, routing, and transport protocols, quality of service provisioning, reliability and fault tolerance issues, resource allocation and management, signal processing, medical imaging, data aggregation techniques, security and privacy issues, wireless computing and applications for wireless network as smart grid, agriculture, health care, smart home, conditional monitoring, etc.

Radio Propagation For Modern Wireless Systems

Author: Henry L. Bertoni
Publisher: Pearson Education
ISBN: 0132441969
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To build wireless systems that deliver maximum performance and reliability, engineers need a detailed understanding of radio propagation. Drawing on over 15 years of experience, leading wireless communications researcher Henry Bertoni presents the most complete discussion of techniques for predicting radio propagation ever published. From its insightful introduction on spectrum reuse to its state-of-the-art real-world models for buildings, terrain, and foliage, Radio Propagation for Modern Wireless Systems delivers invaluable information for every wireless system designer. Coverage provides: A door to the understanding of radio wave propagation for the wireless channel. In-depth study of the effects on path loss of buildings, terrain, and foliage. A unified view of key propagation effects in narrowband and wideband systems, including spatial variation, angle of arrival, and delay spread. Readable account of diffraction at building corners, with worked out examples. Never-before-published coverage of mobile-to-mobile path loss in cities. Effective new ray-based models for site-specific predictions and simulation of channel statistics. Simulations of fast fading and shadow loss. From start to finish, Radio Propagation for Modern Wireless Systems presents sophisticated models–and compares their results with actual field measurements. With thorough coverage and extensive examples from both narrowband and wideband systems, it can help any wireless designer deliver more powerful, cost-effective services.

Integrated Models For Information Communication Systems And Networks Design And Development

Author: Atayero, Aderemi Aaron Anthony
Publisher: IGI Global
ISBN: 1466622091
Size: 42.46 MB
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With current advancements in the modeling and simulation of systems and networks, researchers and developers are better able to determine the probable state of current systems and envision the state of future systems during the design stage. The uses and accuracies of these models are essential to every aspect of communication systems. Integrated Models for Information Communication Systems and Networks: Design and Development explores essential information and current research findings on information communication systems and networks. This reference source aims to assist professionals in the desire to enhance their knowledge of modeling at systems level with the aid of modern software packages.

Modelling The Wireless Propagation Channel

Author: Fernando Pérez Fontán
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470751738
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A practical tool for propagation channel modeling with MATLAB® simulations. Many books on wireless propagation channel provide a highly theoretical coverage, which for some interested readers, may be difficult to follow. This book takes a very practical approach by introducing the theory in each chapter first, and then carrying out simulations showing how exactly put the theory into practice. The resulting plots are analyzed and commented for clarity, and conclusions are drawn and explained from the obtained results. Key features include: A unique approach to propagation channel modeling with accompanying MATLAB® simulations to demonstrate the theory in practice Contains step by step commentary and analysis of the obtained simulation results in order to provide a comprehensive and structured learning tool Covers a wide range of topics including shadowing effects, coverage and interference, Multipath Narrowband channel, Multipath Wideband channel, propagation in micro and pico-cells, the land mobile satellite (LMS) channel, the directional Multipath channel and MIMO and propagation effects in fixed radio links (terrestrial and satellite) The book comes with an accompanying website that contains the MATLAB® simulations and allows readers to try them out themselves Well suited for lab-use, as reference and as a self-learning tool both for advanced students and professionals Modeling the Wireless Propagation Channel: A simulation approach with MATLAB® will be best suited for postgraduate (Masters and PhD) students and practicing engineers in telecommunications and electrical engineering fields, who are seeking to familiarise themselves with the topic without too many formulas. The book will also be of interest to network engineers, system engineers and researchers

Multiband Integrated Antennas For 4g Terminals

Author: David A. Sánchez-Hernández
Publisher: Artech House
ISBN: 1596933984
Size: 21.78 MB
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Fourth-generation (4G) wireless communications systems are on the horizon, promising to deliver integrated voice, data, and multimedia streaming anywhere, anytime. Antennas are a key aspect of these systems. This book offers engineers comprehensive coverage of the antennas that may be integrated in these complex 4G wireless communications systems.

Three Dimensional Integration And Modeling

Author: Jong-Hoon Lee
Publisher: Morgan & Claypool Publishers
ISBN: 1598292447
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This book presents a step-by-step discussion of the 3D integration approach for the development of compact system-on-package (SOP) front-ends.Various examples of fully-integrated passive building blocks (cavity/microstip filters, duplexers, antennas), as well as a multilayer ceramic (LTCC) V-band transceiver front-end midule demonstrate the revolutionary effects of this approach in RF/Wireless packaging and multifunctional miniaturization.Designs covered are based on novel ideas and are presented for the first time for millimeterwave (60GHz) ultrabroadband wireless modules.Table of Contents: Introduction / Background on Technologies for Millimeter-Wave Passive Front-Ends / Three-Dimensional Packaging in Multilayer Organic Substrates / Microstrip-Type Integrated Passives / Cavity-Type Integrated Passives / Three-Dimensional Antenna Architectures / Fully Integrated Three-Dimensional Passive Front-Ends / References

Introduction To Rf Propagation

Author: John S. Seybold
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0471743682
Size: 29.63 MB
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An introduction to RF propagation that spans all wireless applications This book provides readers with a solid understanding of the concepts involved in the propagation of electromagnetic waves and of the commonly used modeling techniques. While many books cover RF propagation, most are geared to cellular telephone systems and, therefore, are limited in scope. This title is comprehensive-it treats the growing number of wireless applications that range well beyond the mobile telecommunications industry, including radar and satellite communications. The author's straightforward, clear style makes it easy for readers to gain the necessary background in electromagnetics, communication theory, and probability, so they can advance to propagation models for near-earth, indoor, and earth-space propagation. Critical topics that readers would otherwise have to search a number of resources to find are included: * RF safety chapter provides a concise presentation of FCC recommendations, including application examples, and prepares readers to work with real-world propagating systems * Antenna chapter provides an introduction to a wide variety of antennas and techniques for antenna analysis, including a detailed treatment of antenna polarization and axial ratio; the chapter contains a set of curves that permit readers to estimate polarization loss due to axial ratio mismatch between transmitting and receiving antennas without performing detailed calculations * Atmospheric effects chapter provides curves of typical atmospheric loss, so that expected loss can be determined easily * Rain attenuation chapter features a summary of how to apply the ITU and Crane rain models * Satellite communication chapter provides the details of earth-space propagation analysis including rain attenuation, atmospheric absorption, path length determination and noise temperature determination Examples of widely used models provide all the details and information needed to allow readers to apply the models with confidence. References, provided throughout the book, enable readers to explore particular topics in greater depth. Additionally, an accompanying Wiley ftp site provides supporting MathCad files for select figures in the book. With its emphasis on fundamentals, detailed examples, and comprehensive coverage of models and applications, this is an excellent text for upper-level undergraduate or graduate students, or for the practicing engineer who needs to develop an understanding of propagation phenomena.