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Advanced Wireless Transmission Technologies
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Elucidating fundamental design principles by means of accurate trade-off analysis of relevant design options using suitable mathematical tools, this is the first book to provide a coherent treatment of transmission technologies essential to current and future wireless systems. Develop in-depth knowledge of the capabilities and limitations of wireless transmission technologies in supporting high-quality wireless transmission services, and foster a thorough understanding of various design trade-offs, to help identify an ideal choice for your own application requirements. Key technologies such as advanced diversity combining, multi-user scheduling, multi-user multi-antenna transmission, relay transmission, and cognitive radio are examined, making this an essential resource for senior graduate students, researchers, and engineers working in wireless communications.

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