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Wireless crash course / Paul Bedell.

By: Bedell, Paul.
Material type: TextTextSeries: McGraw-Hill telecommunications. Publisher: New York : New Delhi ; McGraw-Hill : Tata McGraw-Hill, 2001Description: xxv, 411 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 0070484007; 0071372105; 9780071372107.Subject(s): Wireless communication systemsDDC classification: 621.384 Online resources: WorldCat details
Contents:
Table of contents Cellular Radio History and Development -- Definition of Cellular Radio: The Cellular Concept -- Cellular System Objectives -- AMPS: The American Cellular Standard -- AMPS Technical Specifications -- The Cellular Market Structure: MSAs and RSAs -- The "A" Carrier and "B" Carrier Designations -- Initial Cellular Licensing -- Basic Wireless Network Design and Operation -- Frequency Reuse and Planning -- Distance-to-Reuse Ratio -- Call-Handoff -- Maps Used in Wireless System Design -- The Hexagon Grid -- Fundamental Wireless System Components -- The Mobile Phone -- The Cell Base Station -- The Backhaul Network -- The Mobile Switching Center (MSC) -- Interconnection to the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) and the Internet -- POP Counts -- The Cell Base Station -- Criteria and Methods for Cell Placement -- Selecting Cell Base Station Locations -- Cell Base Station Deployment -- Base Station Shelters -- Cells on Wheels (COWs) -- Enhancers -- Microcells -- Picocells and Nanocells -- Radio Frequency Operation and Technologies -- Signal Fading and Degradation -- Ducting -- Absorption -- Free-Space Loss -- Multipath (Rayleigh) Fading -- Wireless Frequency Bands -- In-Building Coverage -- Frequency Coordination -- System Interference -- Cochannel Interference -- Adjacent-Channel Interference -- Intermodulation Interference (IM) -- Radio Frequency Channelization -- Paired Channels -- Channel Spacing -- Control Channels -- Bluetooth -- Ultra-Wideband Wireless (UWB) -- UWB Drivers -- Software-Defined Radio (SDR).
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Table of contents Cellular Radio History and Development --
Definition of Cellular Radio: The Cellular Concept --
Cellular System Objectives --
AMPS: The American Cellular Standard --
AMPS Technical Specifications --
The Cellular Market Structure: MSAs and RSAs --
The "A" Carrier and "B" Carrier Designations --
Initial Cellular Licensing --
Basic Wireless Network Design and Operation --
Frequency Reuse and Planning --
Distance-to-Reuse Ratio --
Call-Handoff --
Maps Used in Wireless System Design --
The Hexagon Grid --
Fundamental Wireless System Components --
The Mobile Phone --
The Cell Base Station --
The Backhaul Network --
The Mobile Switching Center (MSC) --
Interconnection to the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) and the Internet --
POP Counts --
The Cell Base Station --
Criteria and Methods for Cell Placement --
Selecting Cell Base Station Locations --
Cell Base Station Deployment --
Base Station Shelters --
Cells on Wheels (COWs) --
Enhancers --
Microcells --
Picocells and Nanocells --
Radio Frequency Operation and Technologies --
Signal Fading and Degradation --
Ducting --
Absorption --
Free-Space Loss --
Multipath (Rayleigh) Fading --
Wireless Frequency Bands --
In-Building Coverage --
Frequency Coordination --
System Interference --
Cochannel Interference --
Adjacent-Channel Interference --
Intermodulation Interference (IM) --
Radio Frequency Channelization --
Paired Channels --
Channel Spacing --
Control Channels --
Bluetooth --
Ultra-Wideband Wireless (UWB) --
UWB Drivers --
Software-Defined Radio (SDR).

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