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Author: Howard Huang,Constantinos B. Papadias
ISBN: 0387775218
Language: English
Pages: 316 pages
Category: Networking & Cloud Computing
Publisher: Springer; 2012 edition (November 18, 2011)
Rating: 4.6
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Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. A unified set of system simulation results highlights relative performance gains of different MIMO techniques and provides insights into how best to use multiple antennas in cellular networks under various conditions.

Information Technology: Transmission, Processing and Storage. By (author) Howard Huang, By (author) Constantinos B. Papadias, By (author) Sivarama Venkatesan.

Networks (Information Technology: Transmission, Processing and Storage) by Howard Huang and Constantinos B. Papadias, Multi-Antenna Systems for MIMO Communications (Synthesis Lectures on Antennas). R Hampton, Space–Time Processing for MIMO Communications by Alex Gershman and Nikos Sidiropoulos – we would like to mention that we don’t have free downloadable pdf copies of these good books and one should look for free pdf copies from these Authors only if they have explicitly made it free to download and read them.

Howard Huang Constantinos B. Papadias Sivarama Venkatesan. Constantinos B. Papadias Athens Information Technology (AIT)

Howard Huang Constantinos B. MIMO Communication for Cellular Networks. Papadias Athens Information Technology (AIT). Markopoulo Avenue 1. km 190 02 Peania, Athens Greece. We present in the rst part of the book a systematic description of MIMO capacity and capacity-achieving techniques for dierent classes of multiple-antenna channels.

from book MIMO Communication for Cellular Networks (p. 85-296). Papadias. MIMO in Cellular Standards. It is expected that the energy bill for cellular networks will double by 2015 and therefore there is a growing concern to reduce the associated operational expenditure (OPEX) along with the global CO2 emission in all fields of communications. The physical layer of wireless communication is a core building block of the telecommunication system chain and the ever-increasing Quality-of-Service demands directly reflect on the performance requirements of the relevant signal processing techniques.

Автор: Howard Huang; Constantinos Papadias Название: MIMO for . This comprehensive book provides thorough descriptions of MIMO.

This comprehensive book provides thorough descriptions of MIMO.

Constantinos B. PapadiasDean, Athens Information Technology, IEEE . H Huang, CB Papadias, S Venkatesan. Springer Science & Business Media, 2011.

Multiple antennas in cellular CDMA systems: transmission, detection, and spectral efficiency. H Huang, H Viswanathan, GJ Foschini. Wireless Communications, IEEE Transactions on 1 (3), 383-392, 2002.

Comments (2)
One might not expect such a theoretically-grounded book from three authors who have spent most or all of their careers in industry, even at the might Bell Labs. This book builds on rigorous information theoretic fundamentals to show the promise of different forms of MIMO communication. Perhaps the most interesting chapter of the book is Chapter 6, which describes their insights into how these techniques actually perform in a cellular system, which is the most important application. They give credible and detailed simulation results that are neatly summarized with a "takeaway" box at the end of each subsection. It would have been good however if they could have considered the effect of mobility on MU-MIMO and Network MIMO, which I believe to be quite severe. Also, Chapter 7 is useful but it would have been even more useful to explain a bit more about how MIMO is used in LTE, and any insights they have into the "why's" and how it actually is typically practiced by companies (e.g. I think it is pretty misleading to imply that anyone is getting close to 1Gbps in LTE-Advanced, regardless of what type of MIMO you have).
A research darling since its inception in the late 1990s, MIMO communication has become a central feature of many wireless systems. At a time when the prophecies of exponential growth in wireless data traffic are becoming a reality, the ability of MIMO to squeeze more bits/s in every precious unit of bandwidth comes as a welcome relief. This book, authored by members of the Bell Labs team that pioneered MIMO and first drove it into standardization, offers a view of what this technology means and, especially, of how it fits into modern cellular systems. The coverage balances fundamentals and practice, being neither overly academic nor encumbered by the specificity of any given system. That makes it both accessible and broad, likely to appeal to audiences ranging from graduate students to industry practitioners. Altogether, "MIMO Communication for Cellular Networks" should become a reference in the shelf of anyone engaged in research related to MIMO.

Prof. Angel Lozano
Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona