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  • Author(s) Roger L. Freeman
  • Edition1
  • Published9th April 2007
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons Inc (US)
  • ISBN9780471757139
Step-by-step tutorial to master current design techniques for
wireless communication systems

The Third Edition of Radio System Design for
Telecommunications
brings this highly acclaimed book fully up
to date with the latest technological advances and new
applications. At the same time, the hallmarks of the previous
editions, including the text's popular tutorial presentation, have
been retained. Readers therefore get all the tools and guidance
they need to master an essential set of current design techniques
for radio systems that operate at frequencies of 3 MHz to 100
GHz.


Using simple mathematics, the author illustrates design concepts
and applications. The book's logical organization, beginning with a
discussion of radio propagation problems, enables readers to
progressively develop the skills and knowledge needed to advance in
the text. Topics that are new to the Third Edition include:



  • Chapter devoted to wireless LANs (WLANs) as detailed in IEEE
    802.11

  • Subsections covering IEEE 802.15, 802.16, 802.20, and the
    wireless metropolitan area network (WMAN)

  • WiFi, WiMax, and UWB applications that have recently
    experienced explosive growth

  • Broadband radio in telecommunications, as well as offset
    frequency division multiplex (OFDM), a new technique for
    transmitting information in an interference environment

  • The use of very small aperture satellite terminal (VSAT)
    systems as an economical alternative to public switched
    telecommunication networks (PSTN)


Review questions and problems at the end of each chapter engage
readers' newfound skills and knowledge and help them assess whether
they are ready to progress to the next chapter. References are
provided for readers who want to investigate particular topics in
greater depth.


Students in wireless telecommunications will find the book's
tutorial style ideal for learning all the ins and outs of radio
system design, whereas professionals in the industry will want to
refer to the Third Edition for its clear explanations of the latest
technology and applications.

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  • Author(s) Roger L. Freeman
  • Edition1
  • Published9th April 2007
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons Inc (US)
  • ISBN9780471757139
Step-by-step tutorial to master current design techniques for
wireless communication systems

The Third Edition of Radio System Design for
Telecommunications
brings this highly acclaimed book fully up
to date with the latest technological advances and new
applications. At the same time, the hallmarks of the previous
editions, including the text's popular tutorial presentation, have
been retained. Readers therefore get all the tools and guidance
they need to master an essential set of current design techniques
for radio systems that operate at frequencies of 3 MHz to 100
GHz.


Using simple mathematics, the author illustrates design concepts
and applications. The book's logical organization, beginning with a
discussion of radio propagation problems, enables readers to
progressively develop the skills and knowledge needed to advance in
the text. Topics that are new to the Third Edition include:



  • Chapter devoted to wireless LANs (WLANs) as detailed in IEEE
    802.11

  • Subsections covering IEEE 802.15, 802.16, 802.20, and the
    wireless metropolitan area network (WMAN)

  • WiFi, WiMax, and UWB applications that have recently
    experienced explosive growth

  • Broadband radio in telecommunications, as well as offset
    frequency division multiplex (OFDM), a new technique for
    transmitting information in an interference environment

  • The use of very small aperture satellite terminal (VSAT)
    systems as an economical alternative to public switched
    telecommunication networks (PSTN)


Review questions and problems at the end of each chapter engage
readers' newfound skills and knowledge and help them assess whether
they are ready to progress to the next chapter. References are
provided for readers who want to investigate particular topics in
greater depth.


Students in wireless telecommunications will find the book's
tutorial style ideal for learning all the ins and outs of radio
system design, whereas professionals in the industry will want to
refer to the Third Edition for its clear explanations of the latest
technology and applications.

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