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WIRELESS COMMUNICATION NETWORKS M.E. ELECTRONICS COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING PDF BOOKS DOWNLOAD -- The growing demand for high-speed data connections to serve a variety of business and personal uses has driven an explosive growth in telecommunications technologies of all sorts including optical fiber, coaxial cable, twisted-pair telephone cables, and wireless. Nations have recognized that telecommunications infrastructure is as significant as roads, water systems, and electrical distribution in supporting economic growth. In developing countries it is not particularly unusual to see cell phone service in a town or village that does not yet have a water or sewer system. In the United States, recent government initiatives have recognized the importance of broadband telecommunications to economic growth. This book focuses on fixed broadband wireless communications ? a particular sector of the communication industry that holds great promise for delivering high-speed data to homes and businesses in a flexible and efficient way. The concept of ?broadband? communications is a relative one. Compared to the 1200-baud modems commonly used 20 years ago, today?s dial-up phone connections with 56-kbps modems are ?broadband?. The demands and ambitions of the communication applications and their users have expanded, and will continue to expand, on what is meant by ?broadband?. The term is evolving, as is the technology that is classified as broadband. Nevertheless, for the purposes of this book I will use the somewhat arbitrary definition that broadband wireless systems are those designed for, and capable of handling baseband information data rates of 1 Mbps or higher, knowing that future developments may well move this threshold to 5 or 10 Mbps and beyond. The term ?broadband? also has an engineering significance that will be discussed in some detail in this book. Broadband wireless channels, as distinguished from narrowband channels, are those whose transfer characteristics must be dealt with in a particular way, depending on the information transmission speed and the physical characteristics of the environment where the service is deployed.

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1 Fixed Broadband Wireless Systems 1

1.1 Introduction 1

1.2 Evolution of Wireless Systems 2

1.3 Models for Wireless System Design 4

1.4 Demand for Communication Services 7

1.5 Licensed Frequency Bands 8

1.6 License-Exempt Bands 10

1.7 Technical Standards 12

1.7.1 IEEE 802.11 Standards 13

1.7.2 IEEE 802.16 Standards 14

1.7.3 ETSI BRAN Standards 14

1.8 Fixed, Portable, and Mobile Terminals 15

1.9 Types of Fixed Wireless Networks 17

1.9.1 Point-to-Point (PTP) Networks 17

1.9.2 Consecutive Point and Mesh Networks 17

1.9.3 Point-to-Multipoint (PMP) Networks 18

1.9.4 NLOS Point-to-Multipoint Networks 19

1.10 Organization of this Book 20

1.11 Future Directions in Fixed Broadband Wireless 22

1.12 Conclusions 23

1.13 References 23

2 Electromagnetic Wave Propagation 25

2.1 Introduction 25

2.2 Maxwell?s Equations and Wave Equations 25

2.3 Plane and Spherical Waves 27

2.3.1 Impedance of Free Space and Other Transmission Media 28

2.3.2 Power in a Plane Wave 29

2.3.3 Spherical Waves 29

2.4 Linear, Circular, Elliptical, and Orthogonal Polarizations 30

2.5 Free-Space Propagation 31

2.5.1 Path Attenuation between Two Antennas 31

2.5.2 Field Strength at a Distance 32

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2.6 Reflection 33

2.6.1 Specular Reflection 33

2.6.2 Physical Optics 35

2.6.3 Reflections from Rough Surfaces 37

2.7 Diffraction 40

2.7.1 Wedge Diffraction 40

2.7.2 Knife-Edge Diffraction 45

2.8 Fresnel Zones and Path Clearance 51

2.9 Material Transmission 53

2.9.1 Transmission into Structures 54

2.9.2 Transmission through Foliage 54

2.10 Atmospheric Refraction 56

2.10.1 Statistics of Varying Refractivity Gradients 59

2.10.2 Sub-Refraction 61

2.10.3 Super-Refraction and Ducting 61

2.11 Atmospheric Absorption 62

2.12 Rain Attenuation and Depolarization 62

2.13 Free-Space Optics (FSO) Propagation 65

2.13.1 Beam Divergence 66

2.13.2 Fog, Snow, and Rain Attenuation 67

2.13.3 Atmospheric Scintillation 67

2.14 Conclusions 68

2.15 References 68

3 Propagation and Channel Models 71

3.1 Introduction 71

3.1.1 Model Classifications 72

3.1.2 Fading Models 73

3.2 Theoretical, Empirical, and Physical Models 73

3.2.1 Theoretical Channel Models 74

3.2.1.1 Theoretical, Non-Time-Dispersive 75

3.2.1.2 Theoretical, Time-Dispersive 75

3.2.2 Empirical Channel Models 75

3.2.2.1 Empirical, Non-Time-Dispersive 77

3.2.2.2 Empirical, Time-Dispersive 77

3.2.3 Physical Channel Models 78

3.2.3.1 Physical, Non-Time-Dispersive,

Not Site-Specific 78

3.2.3.2 Physical, Non-Time-Dispersive, Site-Specific 78

3.2.3.3 Physical, Time-Dispersive, Site-Specific 79

3.3 Generic Wideband Channel Model 79

3.3.1 Wideband Channel Response 83

3.3.1.1 Time?Variant and Static Channels 85

CONTENTS vii

3.3.1.2 Tapped Delay Line Model 88

3.3.1.3 Frequency Domain Representations 89

3.4 Empirical Models 89

3.4.1 IEEE 802.16 (SUI) Models 90

3.4.2 COST-231 Hata Model 93

3.4.3 MMDS Band Empirical Path Loss 94

3.4.4 3D Path Loss Surface Models 96

3.5 Physical Models 97

3.5.1 Free Space + RMD 98

3.5.1.1 Line-of-Sight Assessment 98

3.5.1.2 LOS Path Analysis 99

3.5.1.3 NLOS Path Analysis 102

3.5.2 Multiple Obstacle Analysis 102

3.5.2.1 Epstein?Peterson Method 105

3.5.2.2 Deygout Method 106

3.5.3 Longley?Rice Model 107

3.5.4 TIREM Model 107

3.5.5 Anderson 2D Model 107

3.5.6 NLOS Dominant Ray Path Loss Model 108

3.5.6.1 Building Clutter Loss 110

3.5.7 Ray-Tracing 115

3.5.8 Simplified Indoor Model 120

3.6 Conclusions 122

3.7 References 123

4 Fading Models 127

4.1 Introduction 127

4.1.1 Link Performance with Fading 128

4.2 Atmospheric Fading Models 129

4.2.1 Microwave Multipath Fading Mechanisms 130

4.2.2 Vigants?Barnett Model 132

4.2.3 ITU-R P.530-8 Model 134

4.2.4 Dispersive (Frequency-Selective) Fading 137

4.2.4.1 Coherence Bandwidth 138

4.2.4.2 Dispersive Fade Margin 140

4.3 Rain Fading Models 143

4.3.1 Crane Rain Fade Model 144

4.3.2 ITU-R P.530-8 Model 146

4.3.3 Short-Range Rain Fading 147

4.3.4 Other Precipitation Losses 149

4.3.5 Cross-Polarization Discrimination Fading Model 149

4.4 Correlated Rain Fading Model 151

4.5 Free Space Optics Fog Fading Models 152

4.6 Fading Models for NLOS Links 153

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4.6.1 NLOS Multipath Fading Models 154

4.6.1.1 Rayleigh Distribution 154

4.6.1.2 Rician Distribution 157

4.6.1.3 Nakagami Distribution 158

4.6.2 NLOS Shadow Fading Models 160

4.6.3 Composite Fading?Shadowing Distributions 161

4.7 Conclusion 162

4.8 References 163

5 Propagation Environment Models 165

5.1 Introduction 165

5.2 Topography 166

5.2.1 Topographic Maps 166

5.2.2 Terrain DEMs 167

5.2.3 DEM Data from Satellite and Aerial Imagery 169

5.3 Buildings and Other Structures 171

5.3.1 Vector Building Databases 172

5.3.2 Canopy Building Databases 173

5.3.3 System Analysis Errors from Using Canopy Databases 175

5.4 Morphology (Land Use/Land Cover or Clutter) 178

5.5 Atmospheric and Meteorology Factors 179

5.5.1 Atmospheric Refractivity 180

5.5.2 Rain Rates 180

5.5.3 Fog Data 181

5.6 Mobile Elements of the Propagation Environment 181

5.7 Mapping Fundamentals 182

5.7.1 Spheroids, Ellipsoids, and Geoids 183

5.7.2 Geodetic Systems, Datums, and Datum Transformations 183

5.7.3 Map Projections 186

5.7.4 Coordinate Systems 187

5.8 Conclusions 187

5.9 References 188

6 Fixed Wireless Antenna Systems 189

6.1 Introduction 189

6.2 Antenna System Fundamentals 190

6.2.1 Radiation from an Elemental Dipole Antenna 192

6.2.2 Directivity and Gain 194

6.2.3 Antenna Radiation Patterns 195

6.2.4 Polarization 197

6.2.5 Antenna Efficiency and Bandwidth 199

6.2.6 Electrical Beamtilt, Mechanical Beamtilt, and Null Fill 201

6.2.7 Reciprocity 202

CONTENTS ix

6.3 Fixed Narrow Beam Antennas 202

6.3.1 Horn Antennas 203

6.3.2 Parabolic and Other Reflector Antennas 205

6.4 Fixed Broad Beam Antennas 208

6.4.1 Horn Antennas for Hub Sectors Above 10 GHz 209

6.4.2 Hub Sector Antennas for MMDS and U-NII Bands 209

6.4.2.1 Linear Antenna Arrays 210

6.4.2.2 Planar Antenna Arrays 212

6.5 Diversity Antenna Systems 214

6.5.1 Empirical Microwave Link Diversity Improvement 217

6.6 Adaptive Antennas 217

6.6.1 Optimum Combining 219

6.7 MIMO Antenna Systems 223

6.8 Waveguides and Transmission Lines 226

6.8.1 Waveguides 227

6.8.2 Transmission Lines 228

6.9 Radomes 229

6.10 Engineered and Ad Hoc Antenna Installations 231

6.11 Conclusions 232

6.12 References 233

7 Modulation, Equalizers, and Coding 235

7.1 Introduction 235

7.2 Digital Modulation ? Amplitude, Frequency, and Phase 236

7.3 Fixed Broadband Wireless Modulation Methods 237

7.3.1 BPSK, QPSK, π/4-DQPSK 238

7.3.2 16QAM, 64QAM, and 256QAM 239

7.3.3 Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) 241

7.3.3.1 OFDM Peak-to-Average Power Ratio 244

7.4 Error Performance with Noise and Interference 244

7.4.1 Error Performance with Gaussian Noise Only 245

7.4.2 Error Performance with Noise and Constant

Amplitude Interference 248

7.4.2.1 16QAM with Noise and Interference 250

7.4.2.2 16QAM with 16QAM Interference 253

7.4.2.3 Coherent QPSK with Noise and Interference 253

7.4.2.4 Differential QPSK with Noise and Interference 256

7.4.3 Error Performance with Flat-Fading Signal

and Interference 256

7.4.3.1 Noise Approximation of Interference 257

7.4.4 Error Performance with Frequency Selective Signal Fading 257

7.5 Equalizers 259

7.5.1.1 Time Domain Symbol Equalizers 259

7.5.1.2 Frequency Domain Equalizers (FDE) 261

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7.6 Coding Techniques and Overhead 262

7.6.1 Block Codes 263

7.6.1.1 Cyclic Codes 264

7.6.2 Concatenated Codes 265

7.6.3 Interleaving 265

7.6.4 Convolutional Codes 266

7.6.5 Trellis-Coded Modulation (TCM) 267

7.6.6 Coding Gain 268

7.6.7 Space-Time Codes 269

7.7 Conclusion 272

7.8 References 273

8 Multiple-Access Techniques 275

8.1 Introduction 275

8.1.1 Intersystem Multiple Access 276

8.1.2 Intrasystem Multiple Access 277

8.1.3 Duplexing 277

8.2 Frequency Division Multiple Access (FDMA) 278

8.2.1 FDMA Interference Calculations 280

8.2.1.1 Noise Power 280

8.2.1.2 Cochannel and Adjacent Channel Interference 282

8.2.1.3 Multiple Interferers in LOS Networks 284

8.2.2 Spectrum Utilization 286

8.3 Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA) 286

8.3.1 TDMA Intercell Interference 288

8.4 Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) 290

8.4.1 Frequency-Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS) 290

8.4.2 Direct Sequence (DS) Spread Spectrum 291

8.4.3 Downlink Interference Calculations 293

8.4.3.1 Downlink Pilot Channel Ec/I0 294

8.4.3.2 Downlink Traffic Channel Eb/N0 294

8.4.4 Uplink Interference Calculations 295

8.4.4.1 Rake Receiver 297

8.4.5 Joint (Multiuser) Detection 298

8.4.6 CDMA Broadband Standards 299

8.5 Space Division Multiple Access (SDMA) 302

8.6 Carrier Sense Multiple Access (CSMA) 304

8.7 Multiple Access with OFDM 305

8.7.1 Multicarrier CDMA (MC-CDMA) 306

8.7.2 Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiple Access

(OFDMA) 307

8.7.3 OFDM with TDMA 307

8.7.4 OFDM with CSMA/CA (IEEE 802.11a) 308

CONTENTS xi

8.7.5 OFDM with SDMA 308

8.7.6 OFDM Multiple-Access Standards 308

8.8 Duplexing Methods 309

8.8.1 Frequency Division Duplexing (FDD) 310

8.8.2 Time Division Duplexing (TDD) 311

8.8.2.1 TDD Interference Calculations 312

8.9 Capacity 313

8.9.1 Shannon Theoretical Channel Capacity 314

8.9.2 Capacity in Interference-Limited, Multiuser Systems 315

8.9.3 User Capacity 318

8.9.4 Commercial Capacity 318

8.10 Conclusion 319

8.11 References 319

9 Traffic and Application Mix Models 321

9.1 Introduction 321

9.2 Traffic Geographic Distribution Models 323

9.2.1 Residential Demographic Data 323

9.2.2 Business Demographic Data 326

9.2.3 Land Use Data 329

9.2.4 Building Data 330

9.2.5 Aerial Photographs 331

9.3 Service and Application Types 332

9.4 Circuit-Switched Traffic Models 333

9.4.1 Circuit-Switched Quality of Service (QoS) 334

9.4.1.1 Erlang B Blocking Probability 334

9.4.1.2 Erlang C Blocking Probability 335

9.5 Packet-Switched Traffic Models 335

9.5.1 Self-Similar Data Characteristics 337

9.5.2 Packet Probability Distributions 338

9.5.2.1 Packet Size Distribution 338

9.5.2.2 Packets and ADU?s 339

9.5.2.3 Packet Interarrival Time Distribution 339

9.5.2.4 Distribution of the Number of Packets

and the Packet Sessions 340

9.5.2.5 Packet Session Interval Distribution 340

9.5.2.6 Packet Session Arrival Distribution 341

9.5.3 ETSI Web-Browsing Packet Transmission Model 342

9.5.4 Random Packet Cluster Transmission Model 342

9.6 Multisource Traffic Density Models 342

9.6.1 Aggregate Data Rate Statistics 344

9.6.2 Aggregate Data Rate Statistics with Packet

Queuing (Delay) 346

9.6.2.1 Internet Latency 349

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9.6.3 Throughput 349

9.7 Application Mix 351

9.8 Broadcast and On-Demand Video Applications 353

9.9 Conclusions 354

9.10 References 355

10 Single and Multilink System Design 357

10.1 Introduction 357

10.2 Long-Range LOS Links over Mixed Paths 358

10.2.1 Path Profile Clearance Analysis 359

10.2.1.1 Path Clearance Validation 361

10.2.2 Reflection Point Analysis 361

10.2.3 Link Budget 363

10.2.4 Fade Margin 368

10.2.5 Link Availability (Reliability) 369

10.2.6 Multipath Fade Outage 369

10.2.7 Diversity Improvement in Flat Fading Links 371

10.2.7.1 Space Diversity 371

10.2.7.2 Polarization Diversity 373

10.2.8 Dispersive (Frequency-Selective) Fade Margin 374

10.2.9 Diversity Improvement for Dispersive

(Frequency-Selective) Channels 375

10.2.9.1 Frequency Diversity 376

10.2.9.2 Angle Diversity 376

10.2.10 Rain Fade Outage 376

10.2.10.1 Link Availability with Crane Rain Fade Model 377

10.2.10.2 Link Availability with the ITU-R Rain

Fade Model 377

10.2.11 Composite Link Availability 378

10.2.12 Equipment Failures 379

10.3 Short-Range LOS Links in Urban Environments 380

10.3.1 Building Path Profiles 380

10.3.2 Short-Range Fading 381

10.3.3 Short-Range Urban Rain Fading 383

10.3.4 Interference Diffraction Paths over Building Edges 384

10.3.5 Urban Link Availability 385

10.3.6 Free Space Optic (FSO) Link Design 386

10.3.7 ?Riser? and FSO Backup Links 387

10.4 NLOS Links in Urban and Residential Environments 387

10.4.1 Basic NLOS Path Loss 389

10.4.2 Antenna Gain in Scattering Environments 391

10.4.3 Location Variability 392

10.4.4 Time Variability (Narrowband Fading) 393

CONTENTS xiii

10.4.5 Time Dispersion and Arrival Angles 393

10.4.6 Channel Spatial Correlation 395

10.5 Link Adaptation 396

10.6 Multihop (Tandem) Link Systems 397

10.6.1 Passive Repeaters 398

10.7 Consecutive Point Networks 400

10.8 Mesh Networks 401

10.8.1 NLOS Mesh Networks 403

10.9 Conclusions 404

10.10 References 405

11 Point-to-Multipoint (PMP) Network Design 407

11.1 Introduction 407

11.2 LOS Network Design 409

11.2.1 Hub Site


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