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Titulos:
Broadband wireless mobile 3G and beyond / edited by Willie W. Lu.
Idiomas:
eng
ISBN:
1-280-26971-5; 9786610269716; 0-470-35813-0; 0-470-84623-2; 0-470-85648-3
Lugar de Edición:
Chichester, England ;
Editor:
J. Wiley,
Fecha de Edición:
2002.
Notas #:
Description based upon print version of record.
Notas Formateada:
BROADBAND WIRELESS MOBILE; Contents; Preface; List of Contributors; 1 Summary and Introduction; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Network Architecture; 1.3 Protocol Stack; 1.4 Compact Open Core; 1.5 Conclusions; 2 UMTS Air Interface; 2.1 Introduction; 2.1.1 3GPP; 2.1.2 3GPP2; 2.2 UMTS Air Interface; 2.2.1 Layer 1; 2.2.2 Layer 2; 2.2.3 Layer 3; 2.3 CDMA2000 Air Interface; 2.3.1 Layer 1; 2.3.2 Layer 2; 2.3.3 Layer 3; 2.4 Compatibility Issues; 2.4.1 3GPP-3G; 2.4.2 3G-2G; 2.5 Enhancing 3G Capabilities; 2.5.1 Adaptive Antennas; 2.5.2 Space-Time Transmission Diversity; 2.5.3 Turbo Coding; 2.5.4 Multiuser Detection2.6 Conclusions; 3 Network Architecture; 3.1 Introduction; 3.1.1 Requirements for 3G Systems; 3.1.2 International Standardisation Activities; 3.1.3 General Aspects of 3G Systems; 3.1.4 Chapter Outline; 3.2 Generic Network Model; 3.2.1 Physical Model; 3.2.2 Functional Model; 3.3 Network Architecture; 3.3.1 3GPP Release 99; 3.3.2 3GPP Release 4; 3.3.3 3GPP Release 5; 3.3.4 An Overview of PS Domain Protocols; 3.4 UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access Network; 3.4.1 UTRAN Architecture; 3.4.2 UTRAN Functions; 3.4.3 Control and User Plane Separation in UTRAN; 3.4.4 UE-UTRAN Association3.4.5 The Uu Interface; 3.4.6 The Iu Interface; 3.4.7 Key Features of Iu Interface; 3.4.8 Protocol Architecture across Iu; 3.4.9 Signalling Procedures across Iu; 3.4.10 Iur Interface; 3.4.11 Iub Interface; 3.4.12 Establishment of Data Bearers in UTRAN; 3.5 Network Access Security; 3.5.1 Key Security Principles; 3.5.2 Weaknesses in Second-Generation Security; 3.5.3 Security Objectives; 3.5.4 Security Architecture; 3.5.5 Network Access Security; 4 Emerging Wireless Applications and Protocols; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Wireless Application Protocol (WAP); 4.2.1 WAP Markets; 4.2.2 WAP Architectures and Protocols4.2.3 WAP Securities; 4.2.4 WAP Interoperability; 4.2.5 WAP and 3Gwireless; 4.2.6 WAP Services and Applications; 4.2.7 WAP System Solutions; 4.3 i-Mode; 4.3.1 What is i-Mode?; 4.3.2 i-Mode Compatible HTML; 4.3.3 i-Mode Network Structure; 4.3.4 Features of i-Mode; 4.3.5 i-Mode Applications; 4.3.6 i-Mode Developing Strategy; 4.4 Other Wireless Mobile Internet Application Technologies; 4.5 Conclusions; 5 Initiatives in 4G Mobile Design; 5.1 Introduction - Who Needs 4G? What is 4G?; 5.1.1 Social Background and Future Trends; 5.1.2 Trends in ITU-R; 5.1.3 Wireless Access Systems Related to 4G Mobile5.1.4 Key Technologies; 5.2 Microwave Propagation; 5.2.1 Microwave Mobile Propagation Characteristics in Urban Environments; 5.2.2 Microwave Mobile Propagation Characteristics in Residential Environments; 5.3 Adaptive Antennas; 5.3.1 Introduction; 5.3.2 Algorithms; 5.3.3 Space-time Equaliser Using Adaptive Antennas; 5.3.4 Implementation of the Space-time Equaliser; 5.3.5 CDMA Adaptive Array Antennas; 5.3.6 SDMA (Spatial Division Multiple Access); 5.3.7 Summary; 5.4 Multiple Access Schemes; 5.4.1 Comparison and Improvement Technology of Multiple Access Schemes
Nota de contenido:
Broadband Wireless Mobile (3G and 4G) will be the next key developments in wireless communications. Immense interest has been fuelled by large demand for high frequency utilisation as well as a large number of users requiring simultaneous multidimensional high data rate access for the applications of wireless mobile internet and e-commerce. Broadband wireless mobile extends the corporate LAN to common areas such as meeting rooms and enables in-building public wireless hotspots such as airport lounges to provide wireless portable computer connectivity. People will be able to access information
Palabras clave:
Wireless communication systems.; Mobile communication systems.

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00^aBroadband wireless mobile^h[electronic resource] :^b3G and beyond /^cedited by Willie W. Lu.
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0 ^aBROADBAND WIRELESS MOBILE; Contents; Preface; List of Contributors; 1 Summary and Introduction; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Network Architecture; 1.3 Protocol Stack; 1.4 Compact Open Core; 1.5 Conclusions; 2 UMTS Air Interface; 2.1 Introduction; 2.1.1 3GPP; 2.1.2 3GPP2; 2.2 UMTS Air Interface; 2.2.1 Layer 1; 2.2.2 Layer 2; 2.2.3 Layer 3; 2.3 CDMA2000 Air Interface; 2.3.1 Layer 1; 2.3.2 Layer 2; 2.3.3 Layer 3; 2.4 Compatibility Issues; 2.4.1 3GPP-3G; 2.4.2 3G-2G; 2.5 Enhancing 3G Capabilities; 2.5.1 Adaptive Antennas; 2.5.2 Space-Time Transmission Diversity; 2.5.3 Turbo Coding
Campo 505:
8 ^a2.5.4 Multiuser Detection2.6 Conclusions; 3 Network Architecture; 3.1 Introduction; 3.1.1 Requirements for 3G Systems; 3.1.2 International Standardisation Activities; 3.1.3 General Aspects of 3G Systems; 3.1.4 Chapter Outline; 3.2 Generic Network Model; 3.2.1 Physical Model; 3.2.2 Functional Model; 3.3 Network Architecture; 3.3.1 3GPP Release 99; 3.3.2 3GPP Release 4; 3.3.3 3GPP Release 5; 3.3.4 An Overview of PS Domain Protocols; 3.4 UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access Network; 3.4.1 UTRAN Architecture; 3.4.2 UTRAN Functions; 3.4.3 Control and User Plane Separation in UTRAN
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8 ^a3.4.4 UE-UTRAN Association3.4.5 The Uu Interface; 3.4.6 The Iu Interface; 3.4.7 Key Features of Iu Interface; 3.4.8 Protocol Architecture across Iu; 3.4.9 Signalling Procedures across Iu; 3.4.10 Iur Interface; 3.4.11 Iub Interface; 3.4.12 Establishment of Data Bearers in UTRAN; 3.5 Network Access Security; 3.5.1 Key Security Principles; 3.5.2 Weaknesses in Second-Generation Security; 3.5.3 Security Objectives; 3.5.4 Security Architecture; 3.5.5 Network Access Security; 4 Emerging Wireless Applications and Protocols; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Wireless Application Protocol (WAP); 4.2.1 WAP Markets
Campo 505:
8 ^a4.2.2 WAP Architectures and Protocols4.2.3 WAP Securities; 4.2.4 WAP Interoperability; 4.2.5 WAP and 3Gwireless; 4.2.6 WAP Services and Applications; 4.2.7 WAP System Solutions; 4.3 i-Mode; 4.3.1 What is i-Mode?; 4.3.2 i-Mode Compatible HTML; 4.3.3 i-Mode Network Structure; 4.3.4 Features of i-Mode; 4.3.5 i-Mode Applications; 4.3.6 i-Mode Developing Strategy; 4.4 Other Wireless Mobile Internet Application Technologies; 4.5 Conclusions; 5 Initiatives in 4G Mobile Design; 5.1 Introduction - Who Needs 4G? What is 4G?; 5.1.1 Social Background and Future Trends; 5.1.2 Trends in ITU-R
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8 ^a5.1.3 Wireless Access Systems Related to 4G Mobile5.1.4 Key Technologies; 5.2 Microwave Propagation; 5.2.1 Microwave Mobile Propagation Characteristics in Urban Environments; 5.2.2 Microwave Mobile Propagation Characteristics in Residential Environments; 5.3 Adaptive Antennas; 5.3.1 Introduction; 5.3.2 Algorithms; 5.3.3 Space-time Equaliser Using Adaptive Antennas; 5.3.4 Implementation of the Space-time Equaliser; 5.3.5 CDMA Adaptive Array Antennas; 5.3.6 SDMA (Spatial Division Multiple Access); 5.3.7 Summary; 5.4 Multiple Access Schemes
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8 ^a5.4.1 Comparison and Improvement Technology of Multiple Access Schemes
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^aBroadband Wireless Mobile (3G and 4G) will be the next key developments in wireless communications. Immense interest has been fuelled by large demand for high frequency utilisation as well as a large number of users requiring simultaneous multidimensional high data rate access for the applications of wireless mobile internet and e-commerce. Broadband wireless mobile extends the corporate LAN to common areas such as meeting rooms and enables in-building public wireless hotspots such as airport lounges to provide wireless portable computer connectivity. People will be able to access information
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0^aWireless communication systems.
Campo 650:
0^aMobile communication systems.
Campo 700:
1 ^aLu, Willie W.
Proveniencia:
^aUniversidad de San Andrés - Biblioteca Max Von Buch
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Institucion:
Universidad de San Andrés
Dependencia:
Biblioteca Max Von Buch

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