Fourth-Generation Wireless Networks

Un libro in lingua di Adibi Sasan (EDT) Mobasher Amin (EDT) Tofigh Tom (EDT) edito da Igi Global, 2010

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For students, researchers, educators, and practitioners in wireless technology and network systems, Adibi, an electrical and computer engineer who has worked for many high-tech companies, et al. compile 30 chapters on emerging fourth generation (4G) wireless technology trends and practices. Researchers working in electrical engineering, telecommunications, and computer science around the world explore the challenges and technical opportunities that will arise in creating and delivering 4G networks for emerging applications and services, and the fundamentals of advanced physical layer and radio resource management as the basis for cross layer and cross network optimization that will emerge for increased mobility and services in video, cloud computing virtualization, entertainment, education, health, and security. They discuss future network architectures, deployments, and technologies, including cross layer designs to provide quality of service, end-to-end delay reductions, seamless mobility, and IP-based transport provisioning, and new technologies like cooperative services, services from high altitude platforms and radio over fiber, and new business design models. They then address radio access protocols including scheduling, mobility, hand over issues, and cross layer designs; basic services like VoIP, email, and web browsing; challenges for streaming services; and advances in physical layer for 4G systems, including characteristics of orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) and comparisons to code division multiple access (CDMA) and time division multiple access (TDMA). Annotation ©2010 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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