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Is-95 Cdma and Cdma2000: Cellular/PCs Systems Implementation (Prentice Hall Communications Engineering and Emerging Technologies)by Vijay K. Garg
Synopses & Reviews
The Next Generation: Wireless Communications for Multimedia and Beyond
Of all wireless technologies for personal communications, Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) offers the best combination of good signal quality, high security, low power consumption, and excellent system reliability. Features added in the IS-95 standard means this impressive list now also includes Third Generation (3G) data capabilities that will allow CDMA providers to offer Internet and intranet services for multimedia applications, high-speed business transactions, and telemetry. The upcoming cdma2000 standard will further expand usable bandwidth without sacrificing voice quality or requiring additional spectrum.
In this book by an experienced telecommunications authority, you will learn how to maximize the power of CDMA, migrate existing systems to the newest standards, and prepare for a smooth transition to features yet to come. IS-95 CDMA and cdma2000: Cellular/PCS Systems Implementation covers all aspects of up-to-date CDMA implementation and operation, including:
Practicing engineers and their managers will benefit from the in-depth coverage of IS-95 systems, RF engineering, and capacity planning. Students will appreciate the forward-looking approach that offers a look at the future of the industry where they are preparing for careers. IS-95 CDMA and cdma2000: Cellular/PCS Systems Implementation offers both practical applications information and conveniently organized reference materials for anyone interested in the next generation of wireless telecommunications.
About the Author
About the Author
Vijay Garg is an internationally known expert on wireless communications technologies and is an author of numerous books published by Prentice Hall PTR, including Wireless and Personal Communications Systems and Principles and Applications of GSM with Joe Wilkes, and Applications of CDMA in Wireless Communication with Ken Smolik and Joe Wilkes. Dr. Garg is a Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). He is a senior member of IEEE and a feature editor for IEEE Communications Magazine PCS Series.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction to Access Technologies.
Introduction. Major Attributes of CDMA Systems. Third-Generation Systems. Multiple Access Technologies. Modes of Operation in Wireless Communications. Summary. References.
2. Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum and Spreading Codes.
Introduction. Types of Techniques Used for Spread Spectrum. The Concept of Spread Spectrum System. The Performance of DSSS. Bit Scrambling. The Performance of a CDMA System. Pseudorandom Noise Sequences. Summary. Problems. References.
3. Speech and Channel Coding.
Introduction. Speech Coding. Channel Coding. Summary. Problems. References.
4. Diversity, Combining, and Antennas.
Introduction. Diversity Reception. Types of Diversity. Basic Combining Methods. BPSK Modulation and Diversity. Examples of Base Station and Mobile Antennas. Summary. References.
5. IS-95 System Architecture.
Introduction. TR-45/TR-46 Reference Model. Functional Model Based on Reference Model. Wireless Intelligent Network. Summary. References.
6. IS-95 CDMA Air Interface.
Introduction. TIA IS-95 CDMA System. Summary. References.
7. Physical and Logical Channels of IS-95 CDMA.
Introduction. Physical Channels. Modulation. Bit Repetition. Block Interleaving. Channel Coding. Logical Channels. Summary. References.
8. IS-95 CDMA Call Processing.
Introduction. CDMA Call Processing State. CDMA Registration. Authentication. Summary. References.
9. Signaling Applications in IS-95 CDMA.
Introduction. Layered Structure. A-Interface. Roaming. Summary. References.
10. Soft Handoff and Power Control in IS-95 CDMA.
Introduction. Types of Handoff. Pilot Sets. Search Windows. Handoff Parameters. Handoff Messages. Handoff Procedures. Setup and End of Soft Handoff. Maintenance of Pilot Sets. The Need for Power Control. Reverse Link Power Control. Forward Link Power Control. Summary. References.
11. Security and Identification in IS-95 CDMA.
Introduction. Mobile Identification Parameters. Authentication Procedures. Shared Secret Data. Parameter Update. Voice Privacy. Summary. References.
12. RF Engineering and Network Planning.
Introduction. Radio Design for a Cellular/PCS Network. Radio Network Planning. Radio Link Design. Estimation of Cell Count. Radio Coverage Planning. Propagation Models. Delay Spread. Doppler Spread. Intersymbol Interference. Link Budget and Cell Coverage. Dual-Mode CDMA Mobiles. The Transition from an Analog System to a Digital System. Facilities Engineering. Design Considerations at the Boundary of a CDMA System. Interfrequency Handoff. Summary. References.
13. Reverse and Forward Link Capacity of IS-95 CDMA System.
Introduction. Reverse Link Capacity. Multicell Network. Intercell Interference. Erlang Capacity of a Single Cell. Forward Link Capacity. CDMA Cell Size. Forward and Reverse Link Balance. Forward Link Budget. Summary. References. Problems.
14. Wireless Data.
Introduction. Data Communication Services. OSI Upper Layers. Wireless Data Systems. WLAN Standards. Access Methods. Error Control Schemes. Data Services in IS-. Asynchronous Data and Group-3 Facsimile. Short Message Service. Packet Data Services for CDMA Cellular/PCS Systems. Summary. References.
15. cdma2000 System.
Introduction. cdma2000 Layering Structure. cdma2000 Channels. Logical Channels Used by PLICF. Physical Layer. Forward Link Physical Channels. Forward Link Features. Reverse Physical Channels. Data Services in cdma. Mapping of Logical Channels to Physical Channels. Evolution of cdmaOne (IS-95) to cdma. Major Technical Differences between cdma2000 and W-CDMA. Summary. References. A-Traffic Tables. B-Abbreviations. C-Additional References
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