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Multicarrier Communications

Multicarrier Communications
Multicarrier Communications
Benefiting from both time–domain and frequency–domain signal processing techniques, multicarrier systems have the potential for achieving high spectral–efficiency, high–flexibility and low–complexity wireless communications. Multicarrier techniques therefore constitute the promising techniques for implementation of future generations of wideband, broadband and ultra–wideband systems. Multicarrier Communications offers comprehensive and in–depth evaluation of numerous topics in the area, covering the fundamental principles of spread–spectrum and multicarrier CDMA as well as more advanced topics such as multiuser detection (MUD), multiuser transmitter preprocessing (MUTP), MIMO and space–time processing. It examines OFDM and various multicarrier CDMA within an unified framework and provides analytical approaches and formulas for error–performance evaluation of numerous multicarrier systems. * Examines MUD and MUTP in parallel to illustrate the strong duality between receiver optimization and transmitter optimization * Comprehensively establishes the theory of noncoherent MUD and noncoherent interference suppression * Details the body of knowledge on MIMO theory and space–time multicarrier communications * Contains tables, diagrams and figures to illustrate the performance results. Practicing electrical engineers and researchers in wireless communications will find Multicarrier Communications an invaluable guide. It will also be of interest to senior undergraduate and graduate students on wireless communications courses.
0470722002
John Wiley & Sons
Yang, Lie-Liang
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Yang, Lie-Liang
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Yang, Lie-Liang (2009) Multicarrier Communications , John Wiley & Sons

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Abstract

Benefiting from both time–domain and frequency–domain signal processing techniques, multicarrier systems have the potential for achieving high spectral–efficiency, high–flexibility and low–complexity wireless communications. Multicarrier techniques therefore constitute the promising techniques for implementation of future generations of wideband, broadband and ultra–wideband systems. Multicarrier Communications offers comprehensive and in–depth evaluation of numerous topics in the area, covering the fundamental principles of spread–spectrum and multicarrier CDMA as well as more advanced topics such as multiuser detection (MUD), multiuser transmitter preprocessing (MUTP), MIMO and space–time processing. It examines OFDM and various multicarrier CDMA within an unified framework and provides analytical approaches and formulas for error–performance evaluation of numerous multicarrier systems. * Examines MUD and MUTP in parallel to illustrate the strong duality between receiver optimization and transmitter optimization * Comprehensively establishes the theory of noncoherent MUD and noncoherent interference suppression * Details the body of knowledge on MIMO theory and space–time multicarrier communications * Contains tables, diagrams and figures to illustrate the performance results. Practicing electrical engineers and researchers in wireless communications will find Multicarrier Communications an invaluable guide. It will also be of interest to senior undergraduate and graduate students on wireless communications courses.

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Published date: January 2009
Organisations: Southampton Wireless Group

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Local EPrints ID: 265940
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/265940
ISBN: 0470722002
PURE UUID: 2f7b7b45-c781-4974-b40a-6a3c65ff55d9
ORCID for Lie-Liang Yang: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-2032-9327

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Date deposited: 13 Jun 2008 10:26
Last modified: 06 Jun 2018 12:56

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