Book: Wireless Communication Systems: Advanced Techniques for Signal Reception
Publisher: Prentice Hall
A unified framework for using today’s most advanced signal processing techniques
Driven by the rapidly escalating capacity demands of emerging wireless systems, researchers havedeveloped a wide array of novel signal processing techniques for use in such systems. Now, twoleading researchers synthesize the field’s vast new literature, giving working engineers practicalguidance for designing advanced wireless receivers.
Drs. Xiaodong Wang and H. Vincent Poor offer a complete framework for developing, analyzing, andunderstanding the explicit algorithms needed for advanced processing in emerging wireless systems.They address a full range of physical-layer issues, including multipath, dispersion, interference,dynamism, and multiple-antenna systems. In many cases, the authors themselves developed the methodsthey present. Coverage includes:
An overview of contemporary wireless signaling environments and basic receiver signal processing techniques
Blind, group-blind, space-time, and turbo multiuser detection
Robust multiuser detection in non-Gaussian channels
Narrowband interference suppression: linear and non-linear predictive techniques, performance comparisons, and more
Monte Carlo Bayesian signal processing
Signal processing for fast fading channels
Advanced signal processing for coded OFDM systems
About the Author
XIAODONG WANG, Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering, ColumbiaUniversity, has done extensive research in wireless communications and signal processing. Hereceived the National Science Foundation Career Award and the IEEE Communications Society andInformation Theory Society Joint Paper Award.
H. VINCENT POOR, Professor of Electrical Engineeringat Princeton University, currently researches statistical signal processing applications inwireless communications. An IEEE Fellow and member of the National Academy of Engineering, he hasreceived the ASEE Frederick E. Terman Award, the IEEE Graduate Teaching Award, the NSF Director’sAward for Distinguished Teaching Scholars, and a Guggenheim Fellowship.