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Cellular Communications Explained

From Basics to 3G

Among the many books published on 3G and cellular telecommunications, this introduction stands out due to its broad coverage of the subject and straightforward explanations of the principles and applications using a minimum of maths. Writing as an engineer for engineers, Ian Poole provides a systems-level view of the fundamentals that will enhance the understanding of engineers involved working in this fast-paced field. Equally, the book helps students, technicians and equipment manufacturers to gain a working knowledge of the applications and technologies involved in cellular communications equipment and networks.The book focuses on the latest 2G, 2.5G and 3G technologies, including GSM (with GPRS and EDGE), NA-TDMA, cdmaOne (IS-95), CDMA2000 and UMTS (W-CDMA), with material on developing areas such as HSDPA. The fundamentals of radio propagation, modulation and cellular basics are also covered in a way that will give readers a real grasp of how cellular communications systems and equipment work.

Audience
Engineers involved in the design of cellular telecoms equipment, seeking a systems-level overview of the subject.Engineers involved in network planning and deployment of networks.Equipment manufacturers.Technicians involved in the installation, maintenance and repair of cellular telecoms equipment including handsets and base stations.Students / lecturers seeking an introduction to cellular telecoms with a practical focus.

Paperback, 216 Pages

Published: February 2006

Imprint: Newnes

ISBN: 978-0-7506-6435-6

Contents

  • Introduction; Radio Propagation; Modulation Schemes; Cellular Basics; Analogue Systems; GSM; TDMA (IS54 / 136); cdmaOne; CDMA2000; W-CDMA; TD-SCDMA

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