Adaptive Antennas for Wireless Communications

Cover Image Copyright Year: 2001
Author(s): George V. Tsoulos
Book Type: Wiley-IEEE Press
Content Type : Books & eBooks
Topics: Fields, Waves & Electromagnetics
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Abstract

In the past decade, the wireless communications community recognized adaptive antennas as a core technology that would help existing systems overcome problems related to spectrum efficiency and provide a vehicle to achieve the ambitious requirements of next-generation networks. The communications industry has already begun to develop adaptive antenna systems for commercial use and at the same time is working with standardization institutes around the world to produce adaptive antenna-friendly standards.

Adaptive Antennas for Wireless Communications is a concise, detailed resource of information for all critical issues related to this technology and is compiled from the original published work of experts in the field.

The extensive literature covers:

  • Historical and background aspects
  • Radio channel simulation techniques and characteristics
  • Adaptive algorithm performance under a variety of conditions
  • Adaptive antenna performance in different operationa environments
  • Design and implementation issues
  • Experimental results
  • Other issues such as network planning and recent novel techniques
Adaptive Antennas for Wireless Communications is a valuable reference for helping consultants, researchers, communications professionals, academics, and students gain an in-depth understanding of adaptive antenna technology.

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      Frontmatter

      Page(s): i - xi
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      Introduction and Channel Models

      Page(s): 1 - 48
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      This chapter contains sections titled:
      Adaptive Antenna Systems
      Overview of Spatial Channel Models for Antenna Array Communication Systems
      Antenna Systems for Base Station Diversity in Urban Small and Micro Cells
      A Statistical Model for Angle of Arrival in Indoor Multipath Propagation View full abstract»

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      Adaptive Algorithms

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    • Highlights of Statistical Signal and Array Processing

    • Application of Antenna Arrays to Mobile Communications, Part II: Beam-Forming and Direction-of-Arrival Considerations

    • High-Resolution Frequency-Wavenumber Spectrum Analysis

    • An Algorithm for Linearly Constrained. Adaptive Array Processing

    • The Application of Spectral Estimation Methods to Bearing Estimation Problems

    • On Spatial Smoothing for Direction-of-Arrival Estimation of Coherent Signals

    • Detection of Signals by Information Theoretic Criteria

    • Multiple Emitter Location and Signal Parameter Estimation

    • Using Spectral Estimation Techniques in Adaptive Processing Antenna Systems

    • Implementation of Adaptive Array Algorithms

    • Steady State Analysis of the Generalized Sidelobe Canceller by Adaptive Noise Cancelling Techniques

    • Adaptive-Adaptive Array Processing

    • ESPRIT¿¿-¿¿Estimation of Signal Parameters Via Rotational Invariance Techniques

    • Spectral Self-Coherence Restoral: A New Approach to Blind Adaptive Signal Extraction Using Antenna Arrays

    • Sensor Array Processing Based on Subspace Fitting

    • Direction-of-Arrival Estimation via Exploitation of Cyclostationarity¿¿-¿¿A Combination of Temporal and Spatial Processing

    • Space-Alternating Generalized Expectation-Maximization Algorithm

    • Unitary ESPRIT: How to Obtain Increased Estimation Accuracy with a Reduced Computational Burden

    • Joint Angle and Delay Estimation (JADE) for Multipath Signals Arriving at an Antenna Array

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    Performance Issues

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  • Smart Antennas for Mobile Communication Systems: Benefits and Challenges

  • An Adaptive Array in a Spread-Spectrum Communication System

  • On the Performance of a Polarization Sensitive Adaptive Array

  • Effect of Mutual Coupling on the Performance of Adaptive Arrays

  • Optimum Combining in Digital Mobile Radio with Co-channel Interference

  • On Optimum Combining at the Mobile

  • The Performance of an LMS Adaptive Array with Frequency Hopped Signals

  • An LMS Adaptive Array for Multipath Fading Reduction

  • Optimum Combining for Indoor Radio Systems with Multiple Users

  • The Performance Enhancement of Multibeam Adaptive Base-Station Antennas for Cellular Land Mobile Radio Systems

  • Combination of an Adaptive Array Antenna and a Canceller of Interference for Direct-Sequence Spread-Spectrum Multiple-Access System

  • Direction Finding in the Presence of Mutual Coupling

  • Improving the Performance of a Slotted ALOHA Packet Radio Network with an Adaptive Array

  • Signal Acquisition and Tracking with Adaptive Arrays in the Digital Mobile Radio System IS-54 with Flat Fading

  • Effect of Fading Correlation on Adaptive Arrays in Digital Mobile Radio

  • Capacity Improvement with Base-Station Antenna Arrays in Cellular CDMA

  • Analytical Results for Capacity Improvements in CDMA

  • Adaptive Transmitting Antenna Arrays with Feedback

  • Adaptive Antennas for Third Generation DS-CDMA Cellular Systems

  • The Spectrum Efficiency of a Base Station Antenna Array System for Spatially Selective Transmission

  • C apacity Enhancement and BER in a Combined SDMA/TDMA System

  • Performance of Wireless CDMA with M-ary Orthogonal Modulation and Cell Site Antenna Arrays

  • Smart Antenna Arrays for CDMA Systems

  • Efficient Direction and Polarization Estimation with a COLD Array

  • Upper Bounds on the Bit-Error Rate of Optimum Combining in Wireless Systems

  • The Range Increase of Adaptive versus Phased Arrays in Mobile Radio Systems

  • A Comparison of Two Systems for Downlink Communication with Base Station Antenna Arrays

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    Implementation Issues

    Adaptive Antennas for Wireless Communications
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  • Fundamentals of Digital Array Processing

  • A Novel Algorithm and Architecture for Adaptive Digital Beamforming

  • Nonlinearities in Digital Manifold Phased Arrays

  • Adaptive Beamforming with the Generalized Sidelobe Canceller in the Presence of Array Imperfections

  • An Efficient Algorithm and Systolic Architecture for Multiple Channel Adaptive Filtering

  • Mutual Coupling Compensation in Small Array Antennas

  • A Unified Approach to the Design of Robust Narrow-Band Antenna Array Processors

  • Design Trades for Rotman Lenses

  • Optimum Networks for Simultaneous Multiple Beam Antennas

  • Direction Finding in Phased Arrays with a Neural Network Beamformer

  • Application of Orthogonal Codes to the Calibration of Active Phased Array Antennas for Communication Satellites

  • The Analogy Between the Butler Matrix and the Neural-Network Direction-Finding Array

  • Forward-Backward Averaging in the Presence of Array Manifold Errors

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    Experiments

    Adaptive Antennas for Wireless Communications
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  • Multiple Source DF Signal Processing: An Experimental System

  • An Implementation of a CMA Adaptive Array for High Speed GMSK Transmission in Mobile Communications

  • A Four-Element Adaptive Antenna Array for IS-136 PCS Base Stations

  • Ericsson/Mannesmann GSM Field-Trials with Adaptive Antennas

  • Preliminary Measurement Results from an Adaptive Antenna Array Testbed for GSM/UMTS

  • Performance Evaluation of a Cellular Base Station Multibeam Antenna

  • Space Division Multiple Access (SDMA) Field Trials. Part 1: Tracking and BER Performance

  • Space Division Multiple Access (SDMA) Field Trials. Part 2: Calibration and Linearity Issues

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    Applications and Planning Issues

    Adaptive Antennas for Wireless Communications
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  • High Data Rate Indoor Wireless Communications Using Antenna Arrays

  • On Optimizing Base Station Antenna Array Topology for Coverage Extension in Cellular Radio Networks

  • Usage of Adaptive Arrays to Solve Resource Planning Problems

  • Subscriber Location in CDMA Cellular Networks

  • On the Capacity Formula for Multiple Input-Multiple Output Wireless Channels: A Geometric Interpretation

  • Optimum Space-Time Processors with Dispersive Interference: Unified Analysis and Required Filter Span

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    Author Index

    Adaptive Antennas for Wireless Communications
    Page(s): 761 - 762
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    Wiley-IEEE Press eBook Chapters

    In the past decade, the wireless communications community recognized adaptive antennas as a core technology that would help existing systems overcome problems related to spectrum efficiency and provide a vehicle to achieve the ambitious requirements of next-generation networks. The communications industry has already begun to develop adaptive antenna systems for commercial use and at the same time is working with standardization institutes around the world to produce adaptive antenna-friendly standards.

    Adaptive Antennas for Wireless Communications is a concise, detailed resource of information for all critical issues related to this technology and is compiled from the original published work of experts in the field.

    The extensive literature covers:

    • Historical and background aspects
    • Radio channel simulation techniques and characteristics
    • Adaptive algorithm performance under a variety of conditions
    • Adaptive antenna performance in different operationa environments
    • Design and implementation issues
    • Experimental results
    • Other issues such as network planning and recent novel techniques
    Adaptive Antennas for Wireless Communications is a valuable reference for helping consultants, researchers, communications professionals, academics, and students gain an in-depth understanding of adaptive antenna technology. View full abstract»

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    Subject Index

    Adaptive Antennas for Wireless Communications
    Page(s): 763 - 764
    Copyright Year: 2001

    Wiley-IEEE Press eBook Chapters

    In the past decade, the wireless communications community recognized adaptive antennas as a core technology that would help existing systems overcome problems related to spectrum efficiency and provide a vehicle to achieve the ambitious requirements of next-generation networks. The communications industry has already begun to develop adaptive antenna systems for commercial use and at the same time is working with standardization institutes around the world to produce adaptive antenna-friendly standards.

    Adaptive Antennas for Wireless Communications is a concise, detailed resource of information for all critical issues related to this technology and is compiled from the original published work of experts in the field.

    The extensive literature covers:

    • Historical and background aspects
    • Radio channel simulation techniques and characteristics
    • Adaptive algorithm performance under a variety of conditions
    • Adaptive antenna performance in different operationa environments
    • Design and implementation issues
    • Experimental results
    • Other issues such as network planning and recent novel techniques
    Adaptive Antennas for Wireless Communications is a valuable reference for helping consultants, researchers, communications professionals, academics, and students gain an in-depth understanding of adaptive antenna technology. View full abstract»



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