Space-Time Wireless Systems: From Array Processing to MIMO Communications by H. BölcskeiSpace-Time Wireless Systems: From Array Processing to MIMO Communications by H. Bölcskei

Space-Time Wireless Systems: From Array Processing to MIMO Communications

EditorH. Bölcskei, D. Gesbert, C. B. Papadias

Paperback | October 30, 2008

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One of the most promising technologies to resolve the bottlenecks in traffic capacity of future wireless networks is multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) communications and space-time processing. MIMO wireless technology has progressed from the stage of fundamental research to commercially available products within a decade. With over sixty contributors from the field, this book provides an extensive overview of the state-of-the-art in MIMO communications, ranging from its roots in antenna array processing to advanced cellular communication systems. A balanced treatment of three key areas---information theory, algorithms and systems studies, and implementation issues---has been assembled by four editors with a broad range of academic and industry experience. This comprehensive reference will appeal to practitioners, researchers, and graduate students in wireless communications.
Title:Space-Time Wireless Systems: From Array Processing to MIMO CommunicationsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:620 pages, 9.61 × 6.69 × 1.26 inPublished:October 30, 2008Publisher:Cambridge University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0521071208

ISBN - 13:9780521071208

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Table of Contents

Introduction; List of contributors; Part I. Multiantenna Basics: 1. Propagation aspects of MIMO channel modeling J. Bach Andersen; 2. Beamforming techniques J. Winters; 3. Diversity in wireless systems A. F. Naguib and A. R. Calderbank; 4. Fundamentals of MIMO channel capacity E. Biglieri and G. Taricco; 5. Multiantenna capacity: myths and realities A. Lozano, A. M. Tulino and S. Verdú; 6. The role of feedback, CSI, and coherence in MIMO systems G. Barriac, N. Jacobsen and U. Madhow; Part II. Space-time Modulation and Coding: 7. Introduction to space-time codes A. R. Calderbank and A. F. Naguib; 8. Perspectives on the diversity-multiplexing trade-off in MIMO systems H. Yao, L. Zheng and G. W. Wornell; 9. Linear precoding for MIMO channels A. Scaglione and P. Stoica; 10. Space-time coding for noncoherent channels J.-C. Belfiore and A. M. Cipriano; 11. Space-time coding for time- and frequency-selective MIMO channels X. Ma and G. B. Giannakis; Part III. Receiver Algorithms and Parameter Estimation: 12. Array signal processing A. B. Gershman; 13. Optimal subspace techniques for DOA estimation M. Jansson, B. Ottersten, M. Viberg and A. L. Swindlehurst; 14. Blind and semiblind MIMO channel estimation D. Slock and A. Medles; 15. MIMO receive algorithms T. Kailath, H. Vikalo and B. Hassibi; 16. Space-time turbo coding S. ten Brink; 17. Training for MIMO communications Y. Sung, T. Sung. B. M. Sadler and L. Tong; Part IV. System-level Issues of Multiantenna Systems: 18. MIMO Gaussian multiple access channels M. Mohseni, M. Brady and J. Cioffi; 19. On information-theoretic aspects of MIMO broadcast channels G. Caire, S. Shamai (Shitz), Y. Steinberg and H. Weingarten; 20. Multiuser MIMO systems H. V. Poor, D. Reynolds and X. Wang; 21. Opportunistic communication: a system view P. Viswanath; 22. System level performance of MIMO systems N. Marina, O. Tirkkonen and P. Pasanen; Part V. Implementations, Measurements, Prototypes, and Standards: 23. What we can learn from multiantenna measurements E. Bonek and W. Weichselberger; 24. Experiments in space-time modulation and demodulation W. Zhu, H. Lee, D. Liu, D. Browne and M. P. Fitz; 25. Multiple antenna techniques in 3G wireless systems R. A. Soni and R. M. Buehrer; 26. MIMO wireless local area networks K. Gosse, M. de Courville, M. Muck, S. Rouquette and S. Simoens; 27. VLSI implementation of MIMO detection A. Burg and D. Garrett; Index.