SDMA for Multipath Wireless Channels - Kovalyov, I. P.
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Space Division Multiple Access (SDMA) is one of the most promising methods in solving the capacity problem of wireless communication systems. In addition to creating more efficient SDMA algorithms it is vital to determine and understand the theoretical limit of performance improvement. The greatest challenge is extending Shannon s channel capacity equation to cover the wireless channels that use spatial signal processing. This book defines formulas which can be used to evaluate the limit capacity of multipath wireless channels in a particular receiving region with size limitation. It also…mehr

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Space Division Multiple Access (SDMA) is one of the most promising methods in solving the capacity problem of wireless communication systems. In addition to creating more efficient SDMA algorithms it is vital to determine and understand the theoretical limit of performance improvement. The greatest challenge is extending Shannon s channel capacity equation to cover the wireless channels that use spatial signal processing. This book defines formulas which can be used to evaluate the limit capacity of multipath wireless channels in a particular receiving region with size limitation. It also contains charts with optimum numbers of space subchannels and limit capacities related to radio channel parameters. The book also investigates stochastic models for 2-D and 3-D multipath random radio channels. The non-ray method for building a stochastic model, based on spherical harmonics, is presented here for the first time.
  • Produktdetails
  • Signals and Communication Technology
  • Verlag: Springer, Berlin
  • Erscheinungstermin: 5. März 2004
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 247mm x 162mm x 17mm
  • Gewicht: 422g
  • ISBN-13: 9783540402251
  • ISBN-10: 354040225X
  • Artikelnr.: 12234734
Inhaltsangabe
1 Introduction.- 1.1 Multielement Antenna Communication Systems in Multipath Wireless Environment.- 1.2 Limit Capacity of a Limited-Size Smart Receiving Antenna Problem Statement.- 1.3 Non-ray Statistical Models of Multipath Wireless Channels.- 1.4 Summary.- 2 Limit Capacity and Statistical Models of Wireless Channels.- 2.1 Limit Capacity of the Two-Dimensional Wireless Channel.- 2.1.1 Limit Capacity Estimation for a Circular Receiving Area.- 2.1.2 Evaluation of the Limit Capacity of the Two-Dimensional Wireless Channel with a Receiving Area of an Arbitrary Shape..- 2.2 Limit Capacity of the Three-Dimensional Wireless Channel.- 2.2.1 Limit Capacity Estimation for a Spherical Receiving Area.- 2.2.2 Estimation of the Limit Capacity of the Three-Dimensional Wireless Channel with a Receiving Area of an Arbitrary Shape.- 2.3 Statistical Model of the Two-Dimensional Omnidirectional Wireless Channel.- 2.4 Statistical Model of the Three-Dimensional Omnidirectional Wireless Channel.- 2.5 Summary.- 3 Capacity of Multiple Input Multiple Output Communication Systems.- 3.1 Decomposition of MIMO Systems.- 3.2 Optimal Power Distribution with Allowance for Thermal Noise and Interference.- 3.3 Crosstalk Effect.- 3.4 Capacity of Systems with Identical Parallel Channels.- 3.5 Summary.- 4 Analysis of the Two-Dimensional Multipath Channel.- 4.1 Representation of the Plane Wave Field by a Fourier Series.- 4.2 Calculation Formulae for Analysis of Two-Dimensional Multipath Wireless Channels.- 4.3 Limit Capacity of the Two-Dimensional Multipath Wireless Channel: Analysis Results.- 4.3.1 Limiting Characteristics ofa Wireless System with Analysis of the Electromagnetic Fields along a Circumference.- 4.3.2 Limiting Characteristics of the Wireless Channel in Field Analysis along a Rectilinear Segment.- 4.3.3 Limiting Characteristics of the Two-Dimensional Multipath Wireless Channel with a Rectangular Receiving Area.- 4.4 Statistical Model of the Multipath Wireless Channel Based on Polar Solution to Maxwell's Equation.- 4.5 Summary.- 5 Body of Mathematics for Analysis of Three-Dimensional Multipath Wireless Channels: Spherical Harmonics.- 5.1 Expressing Spherical Three-Dimensional Electromagnetic Fields in Terms of Potentials.- 5.2 Some of the Properties of Spherical Bessel Functions and Associated Legendre Functions.- 5.3 Calculating the Radiant Power of Spherical Harmonics.- 5.4 Numerical Evaluation of Coefficients for Expansion of Electromagnetic Fields into Spherical Harmonics.- 5.5 Expansion of a Dipole Field into Spherical Harmonics.- 5.6 Expansion of a Plane Electromagnetic Wave into Spherical Harmonics (downfall).- 5.7 Spherical Harmonics Transformations for Rotation of the Coordinate System.- 5.8 Expansion of the Field of an Arbitrarily Directed Plane Wave into Spherical Harmonics.- 5.9 Summary.- 6 Matrix Element Calculation Formulae for Three-Dimensional Wireless Channels.- 6.1 Calculation of the Channel Matrix Elements in Terms of the Source Wave to