Modeling, Simulation, Testing, and Measurements of Wireless Communication Systems
A Laboratory-Based Approach
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The high demand for communications anywhere and anytime has been the driving force for the development of wireless services and technologies. Wireless technologies and services have evolved significantly over the last couple of decades, from simple paging to real-time voice communication and recently to very high rate data communications. This dramatic change has an effect on society in many aspects, enabling people to communicate in ways unimaginable in the past and contributing to the quality of life that is enjoyed today by many.
In this book, wireless communication systems and concepts are introduced from a practical and laboratory perspective with a goal to provide readers with the experience and knowledge to design, test, and simulate wireless systems (along with wireless circuits) using modern instrumentation and computer aided design software.
Radios and SDR – relation to Lab equipments.- Modern Measurement Tools and Equipments.- Understanding Various System.- Measurements and Techniques Testing a basic radio system, sub-system, and components.- Digital Modulation.- Pulse Shaping Filtering.- Multi-Dimensional Signal Analysis.- Joint Time-Frequency Analysis.- Radio Channel and sounding.- Synchronization to digital signals.- Interference and its effect on the system.- Impairments in communication systems and modeling the impairments.- Understanding nonlinear distortions in the RF front end.