Multi-Carrier Spread-Spectrum [electronic resource] / edited by Khaled Fazel, Stefan Kaiser.

By: Fazel, Khaled [editor.]Contributor(s): Kaiser, Stefan [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service)Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 2006Description: XVI, 502 p. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781402044373Subject(s): Engineering | Computer network architectures | Physics | Computer engineering | Microwaves | Telecommunication | Engineering | Communications Engineering, Networks | Microwaves, RF and Optical Engineering | Electrical Engineering | Computer Systems Organization and Communication Networks | ComplexityAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 621.382 LOC classification: TK1-9971Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
General issues -- Experiments on Space Diversity Effect in MIMO Channel Transmission with Maximum Data Rate of 1 Gbps in Downlink OFDM Radio Access -- Reduced-complexity Maximum-Likelihood Detection in Multiple-antenna-aided Multicarrier Systems -- On Coding for OFDM and the Broadcast Channel -- Adaptivity in MC-CDMA Systems -- Parameter Estimation for Interference Cancellation in Power-controlled MC-CDMA Downlink Transmissions -- Performance Evaluation and Parameter Optimization of MC-CDMA -- A Novel Algorithm of Inter-subchannel Interference Cancellation for OFDM Systems -- Comparative Multicarrier System Performance in Jamming and Fading -- CDMA in the Context of OFDM and SC/FDE – A Comparative Study -- Cellular aspects -- Impact of the Intercell Interference in DL MC-CDMA Systems -- Quantifying the Impact of the MC-CDMA Physical Layer Algorithms on the Downlink Capacity in a Multi-cellular Environment -- Radio Resource Management for MC-CDMA over Correlated Rayleigh Fading Channels -- Throughput of Heterogeneous Multi-Cell Multi-User MIMO-OFDM Systems -- Real-link Performance of a SS-MC-MA High Frequency Radio Modem -- Spreading and detection -- Analysis of Iterative Successive Interference Cancellation in SC-CDMA Systems -- Bandwidth and Power Efficient Digital Transmission using Sets of Orthogonal Spreading Codes -- Simplified Realization of Pseudo-Orthogonal Carrier Interferometry OFDM by FFT Algorithm -- Exploiting Rotated Spreading Features for CDM-OFDMA -- Detection of Pre-coded OFDM by Recovering Symbols on Degraded Carriers -- Semi-blind Multiuser Detection in Zero-padded OFDM-CDMA Systems -- A Study on Adaptive Successive Detection using M Algorithm based on ML Criterion for Down-link MC-CDMA Systems -- Channel estimation -- Channel Estimation in the Presence of Timing Offsets for MC-CDMA Uplink Transmissions with Combined Equalization -- Iterative Channel Estimation for MIMO MC-CDMA -- Performance Investigation of Improved Channel Estimation Exploiting Long Term Channel Properties -- Pilot Symbol-Aided Channel Estimation for MC-CDMA Systems -- Superimposed Pilot-based Channel Estimation for MIMO OFDM Code Division Multiplexing Uplink Systems -- Pilot Time-Frequency Location Adjustment in OFDM Systems Based on the Channel Variability Parameters -- Mimo and adaptivity -- Reduced Feedback Closed-Loop Spatial Multiplexing for B3G Systems -- A MIMO-OFDM Transmission Scheme Employing Subcarrier Phase Hopping -- Multicarrier SDMA System with Reduced Intra-user Cross-correlations -- Effect of Adaptive Modulation and Error Correction on Multi-Band OFDM-MIMO System -- Near Optimal Performance for High Data Rate MIMO MC-CDMA Scheme -- STBC-TCM for MC-CDMA Systems with SOVA-based Decoding and Soft-interference Cancellation -- OFDMA with Subcarrier Sharing -- New Loading Algorithms for Adaptive SS-MC-MA Systems over Power Line Channels: Comparisons with DMT -- An Investigation of Optimal Solution for Multiuser Sub-carrier Allocation in OFDMA Systems -- Optimal Solution to Adaptive Subcarrier-and-bit Allocation in Multiclass Multiuser OFDM System -- Dynamic and Scalable Bandwidth Allocation for Beyond 3G CDMA Systems -- Effective SINR Mapping for an MC-CDMA System -- Combination of H-ARQ and Iterative Multi-user Detection for OFDMA CDM -- System performance and implementation aspects -- A Comparative Analysis of CDM-OFDMA and MC-CDMA Systems -- Multi-User Transmit Power Control for Multi-carrier Modulation Systems in Quasi-synchronous Uplink Channel -- On the Compensation of IQ Imbalance in an SC/FDE System -- On Implementation Aspects of Uplink MC-CDMA Multi-user Detection -- Analytical Performance of a Frequency Offset Multi-user Multi-array System -- Effects of Subcarrier Interleaving on LDPC Coded MC-CDMA Systems -- One-shot and Iterative Symbol Predistortion Techniques for PAPR Reduction in OFDM Systems -- Iterative Correction and Decoding of OFDM Signals Affected by Clipping -- PAPR Reduction of MC-CDMA Signals by Selected Mapping with Interleavers -- Iterative Nonlinear Channel Compensation in MC-CDMA Systems -- Sidelobe Suppression in OFDM Systems -- Blind Phase Noise Estimation in OFDM Systems by Sequential Monte Carlo Method -- Sensitivity Comparison of Multi-carrier and Spread Spectrum Systems to Phase Noise.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: Khaled Fazel Stefan Kaiser Radio System Design DoCoMo Euro-Labs Marconi Communications Landsberger Strasse 312 D-71522 Backnang, Germany D-80687 Munich, Germany The field of multi-carrier and spread spectrum communications has became an important research topic with increasing number of research activities [1]. Especially in the last two years, beside deep system analysis of various multiple access schemes, new standardization activities in the framework of beyond 3G (B3G) concepts have been initiated. Multi-carrier transmission is considered to be a potential candidate to fulfil the requirements of the next generation system. The two important requirements of B3G/4G can be summarized as: i) much higher data rate for cellular mobile radio and ii) a unique physical layer specification for indoor/hot spot and outdoor/cellular applications, including fixed wireless access (FWA) schemes. The activities within the 3GPP and WiMAX fora are examples of such trends (see Fig. 1). IEEE 802 ETSI WAN UMTS, EDGE 3GPP (GSM) HiperMAN & IEEE 802. 16 WiMAX MAN HiperAccess WirelessMAN HiperLAN/2 IEEE 802. 11 LAN WiFi RLAN WirelessLAN IEEE 802. 15 PAN Bluetooth BRAN Figure 1 Beyond 3G: Worldwide Standardization Activities xii Editorial Introduction The WiMAX (Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access [2]) vision is to provide broadband wireless access with its primary goal to promote IEEE 802. 16a-e and ETSI-BRAN standards through interoperability testing and certification. In the first step the broadband access to the so-called last mile applications with fixed positioned terminals is envisaged.
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General issues -- Experiments on Space Diversity Effect in MIMO Channel Transmission with Maximum Data Rate of 1 Gbps in Downlink OFDM Radio Access -- Reduced-complexity Maximum-Likelihood Detection in Multiple-antenna-aided Multicarrier Systems -- On Coding for OFDM and the Broadcast Channel -- Adaptivity in MC-CDMA Systems -- Parameter Estimation for Interference Cancellation in Power-controlled MC-CDMA Downlink Transmissions -- Performance Evaluation and Parameter Optimization of MC-CDMA -- A Novel Algorithm of Inter-subchannel Interference Cancellation for OFDM Systems -- Comparative Multicarrier System Performance in Jamming and Fading -- CDMA in the Context of OFDM and SC/FDE – A Comparative Study -- Cellular aspects -- Impact of the Intercell Interference in DL MC-CDMA Systems -- Quantifying the Impact of the MC-CDMA Physical Layer Algorithms on the Downlink Capacity in a Multi-cellular Environment -- Radio Resource Management for MC-CDMA over Correlated Rayleigh Fading Channels -- Throughput of Heterogeneous Multi-Cell Multi-User MIMO-OFDM Systems -- Real-link Performance of a SS-MC-MA High Frequency Radio Modem -- Spreading and detection -- Analysis of Iterative Successive Interference Cancellation in SC-CDMA Systems -- Bandwidth and Power Efficient Digital Transmission using Sets of Orthogonal Spreading Codes -- Simplified Realization of Pseudo-Orthogonal Carrier Interferometry OFDM by FFT Algorithm -- Exploiting Rotated Spreading Features for CDM-OFDMA -- Detection of Pre-coded OFDM by Recovering Symbols on Degraded Carriers -- Semi-blind Multiuser Detection in Zero-padded OFDM-CDMA Systems -- A Study on Adaptive Successive Detection using M Algorithm based on ML Criterion for Down-link MC-CDMA Systems -- Channel estimation -- Channel Estimation in the Presence of Timing Offsets for MC-CDMA Uplink Transmissions with Combined Equalization -- Iterative Channel Estimation for MIMO MC-CDMA -- Performance Investigation of Improved Channel Estimation Exploiting Long Term Channel Properties -- Pilot Symbol-Aided Channel Estimation for MC-CDMA Systems -- Superimposed Pilot-based Channel Estimation for MIMO OFDM Code Division Multiplexing Uplink Systems -- Pilot Time-Frequency Location Adjustment in OFDM Systems Based on the Channel Variability Parameters -- Mimo and adaptivity -- Reduced Feedback Closed-Loop Spatial Multiplexing for B3G Systems -- A MIMO-OFDM Transmission Scheme Employing Subcarrier Phase Hopping -- Multicarrier SDMA System with Reduced Intra-user Cross-correlations -- Effect of Adaptive Modulation and Error Correction on Multi-Band OFDM-MIMO System -- Near Optimal Performance for High Data Rate MIMO MC-CDMA Scheme -- STBC-TCM for MC-CDMA Systems with SOVA-based Decoding and Soft-interference Cancellation -- OFDMA with Subcarrier Sharing -- New Loading Algorithms for Adaptive SS-MC-MA Systems over Power Line Channels: Comparisons with DMT -- An Investigation of Optimal Solution for Multiuser Sub-carrier Allocation in OFDMA Systems -- Optimal Solution to Adaptive Subcarrier-and-bit Allocation in Multiclass Multiuser OFDM System -- Dynamic and Scalable Bandwidth Allocation for Beyond 3G CDMA Systems -- Effective SINR Mapping for an MC-CDMA System -- Combination of H-ARQ and Iterative Multi-user Detection for OFDMA CDM -- System performance and implementation aspects -- A Comparative Analysis of CDM-OFDMA and MC-CDMA Systems -- Multi-User Transmit Power Control for Multi-carrier Modulation Systems in Quasi-synchronous Uplink Channel -- On the Compensation of IQ Imbalance in an SC/FDE System -- On Implementation Aspects of Uplink MC-CDMA Multi-user Detection -- Analytical Performance of a Frequency Offset Multi-user Multi-array System -- Effects of Subcarrier Interleaving on LDPC Coded MC-CDMA Systems -- One-shot and Iterative Symbol Predistortion Techniques for PAPR Reduction in OFDM Systems -- Iterative Correction and Decoding of OFDM Signals Affected by Clipping -- PAPR Reduction of MC-CDMA Signals by Selected Mapping with Interleavers -- Iterative Nonlinear Channel Compensation in MC-CDMA Systems -- Sidelobe Suppression in OFDM Systems -- Blind Phase Noise Estimation in OFDM Systems by Sequential Monte Carlo Method -- Sensitivity Comparison of Multi-carrier and Spread Spectrum Systems to Phase Noise.

Khaled Fazel Stefan Kaiser Radio System Design DoCoMo Euro-Labs Marconi Communications Landsberger Strasse 312 D-71522 Backnang, Germany D-80687 Munich, Germany The field of multi-carrier and spread spectrum communications has became an important research topic with increasing number of research activities [1]. Especially in the last two years, beside deep system analysis of various multiple access schemes, new standardization activities in the framework of beyond 3G (B3G) concepts have been initiated. Multi-carrier transmission is considered to be a potential candidate to fulfil the requirements of the next generation system. The two important requirements of B3G/4G can be summarized as: i) much higher data rate for cellular mobile radio and ii) a unique physical layer specification for indoor/hot spot and outdoor/cellular applications, including fixed wireless access (FWA) schemes. The activities within the 3GPP and WiMAX fora are examples of such trends (see Fig. 1). IEEE 802 ETSI WAN UMTS, EDGE 3GPP (GSM) HiperMAN & IEEE 802. 16 WiMAX MAN HiperAccess WirelessMAN HiperLAN/2 IEEE 802. 11 LAN WiFi RLAN WirelessLAN IEEE 802. 15 PAN Bluetooth BRAN Figure 1 Beyond 3G: Worldwide Standardization Activities xii Editorial Introduction The WiMAX (Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access [2]) vision is to provide broadband wireless access with its primary goal to promote IEEE 802. 16a-e and ETSI-BRAN standards through interoperability testing and certification. In the first step the broadband access to the so-called last mile applications with fixed positioned terminals is envisaged.

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