Fundamentals of Mobile Data Networks

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Fundamentals of Mobile Data Networks

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 304 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9781107143210
  • DDC分類 621.38456

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This unique text provides a comprehensive and systematic introduction to the theory and practice of mobile data networks. Covering basic design principles as well as analytical tools for network performance evaluation, and with a focus on system-level resource management, you will learn how state-of-the-art network design can enable you flexibly and efficiently to manage and trade-off various resources such as spectrum, energy, and infrastructure investments. Topics covered range from traditional elements such as medium access, cell deployment, capacity, handover, and interference management, to more recent cutting-edge topics such as heterogeneous networks, energy and cost-efficient network design, and a detailed introduction to LTE (4G). Numerous worked examples and exercises illustrate the key theoretical concepts and help you put your knowledge into practice, making this an essential resource whether you are a student, researcher, or practicing engineer.

Table of Contents

Preface                                            x
Acronyms xii
Notations xv
1 Introduction 1 (11)
1.1 Historical perspective on radio 1 (1)
resource management
1.2 Key problems in wireless systems 2 (4)
1.2.1 Path loss---the early days 3 (1)
1.2.2 Thermal noise 4 (1)
1.2.3 Interference---the limited 4 (2)
spectrum
1.2.4 Infrastructure cost and energy 6 (1)
consumption
1.3 Wireless access networks---the issues 6 (4)
1.4 Outline of the book 10 (2)
References 11 (1)
2 Wireless network models 12 (15)
2.1 Introduction 12 (2)
2.2 Models for wireless access networks 14 (2)
2.3 Service scenarios and performance 16 (2)
metrics
2.4 Radio resource management in wireless 18 (9)
access networks
2.4.1 Orthogonal signal sets 22 (1)
2.4.2 Guaranteed service 22 (1)
quality---blocking
2.4.3 Best effort---non-blocking 23 (2)
Exercises 25 (1)
References 26 (1)
3 Medium access control 27 (38)
3.1 Overview 27 (1)
3.2 Data traffic and performance measures 28 (4)
3.2.1 Delay 29 (1)
3.2.2 Delivery performance 30 (1)
3.2.3 Throughput 31 (1)
3.3 Contention-free access protocols 32 (12)
3.3.1 Resource assignment techniques 32 (9)
3.3.2 Dynamic access protocols 41 (3)
3.4 Contention-based access protocols 44 (16)
3.4.1 ALOHA 44 (6)
3.4.2 Carrier sense multiple access 50 (2)
3.4.3 CSMA with collision detection 52 (1)
3.4.4 Carrier sense multiple access 52 (8)
with collision avoidance
3.5 Applications 60 (5)
3.5.1 IEEE 802.11 60 (2)
3.5.2 Cellular networks 62 (1)
Exercises 63 (1)
References 64 (1)
4 Scheduling 65 (30)
4.1 Introduction 65 (3)
4.2 Issues in wireless scheduling 68 (2)
4.2.1 Quality of service 68 (1)
4.2.2 Channel variation 69 (1)
4.3 Wireless scheduling and capacity 70 (6)
region
4.3.1 Uplink multi-user capacity 72 (2)
4.3.2 Downlink multi-user capacity 74 (2)
4.4 Round-robin scheduling 76 (1)
4.5 Max throughput scheduling 76 (2)
4.6 Proportional fair scheduling 78 (2)
4.7 Max-min scheduling 80 (1)
4.8 Max utility scheduling 81 (6)
4.9 Scheduling in OFDMA systems 87 (8)
4.9.1 Max throughput scheduling in OFDMA 88 (5)
Exercises 93 (1)
References 94 (1)
5 Principles of cellular systems 95 (51)
5.1 Introduction 95 (1)
5.2 Orthogonal multiple access cellular 95 (27)
systems
5.2.1 Coverage planning 95 (2)
5.2.2 Static channel allocation 97 (5)
5.2.3 Capacity analysis---guaranteed 102(4)
service
5.2.4 Traffic-based capacity analysis 106(4)
5.2.5 Best-effort data services 110(4)
5.2.6 Outage-based capacity analysis 114(6)
5.2.7 Directional antennas and 120(2)
sectorizations
5.3 CDMA cellular systems 122(24)
5.3.1 Uplink capacity of DS-CDMA systems 125(6)
5.3.2 Traffic-based capacity of DS-CDMA 131(2)
systems
5.3.3 Downlink capacity of DS-CDMA 133(1)
systems
5.3.4 Multi-service DS-CDMA systems 134(2)
Exercises 136(8)
References 144(2)
6 Transmitter power control 146(31)
6.1 Introduction 146(1)
6.2 Performance metric and conditions of 146(3)
achievability
6.3 Centralized power control 149(4)
6.3.1 SIR balancing 150(2)
6.3.2 Admission control 152(1)
6.4 Distributed power control 153(6)
6.4.1 Iterative power control 153(1)
6.4.2 Convergence 154(1)
6.4.3 General sufficient conditions for 154(3)
convergence
6.4.4 Distributed power control with 157(1)
power constraints
6.4.5 Admission control 158(1)
6.4.6 Dynamics of power control 158(1)
6.5 Power control for elastic traffic 159(7)
6.5.1 Achievable region 159(3)
6.5.2 Distributed power control for 162(4)
wireless data
6.6 Power control in DS-CDMA cellular 166(11)
systems
Exercises 171(4)
References 175(2)
7 Interference management 177(22)
7.1 Classification of interference 177(4)
management techniques
7.1.1 Interference management categories 178(1)
7.1.2 Key elements of interference 179(2)
management
7.2 Interference avoidance 181(5)
7.2.1 Reuse partitioning 181(3)
7.2.2 Multi-cell scheduling 184(2)
7.3 Interference randomization 186(3)
7.4 Interference cancellation 189(3)
7.4.1 Successive interference 189(1)
cancellation
7.4.2 Transmit beamforming 190(2)
7.5 Interference management for 192(7)
heterogeneous networks
Exercises 194(3)
References 197(2)
8 Association and handover 199(28)
8.1 Anatomy of handover 199(3)
8.1.1 Location management and handover 199(1)
8.1.2 Types of handover 200(1)
8.1.3 Handover phases 201(1)
8.2 The handover decision problem 202(7)
8.2.1 Performance metric 202(1)
8.2.2 Tradeoff between handover 203(3)
frequency and failure
8.2.3 Impact of handover criteria 206(2)
8.2.4 An example handover decision 208(1)
algorithm
8.3 Handover resource management 209(4)
8.4 Soft handover 213(8)
8.4.1 Soft handover procedure in 214(2)
practical systems
8.4.2 Fade margin improvement 216(2)
8.4.3 Effects of soft handover on 218(3)
DS-CDMA capacity
8.5 User association 221(6)
8.5.1 Load balancing 221(2)
8.5.2 Association in heterogeneous 223(1)
networks
Exercises 224(2)
References 226(1)
9 Energy-efficient design 227(31)
9.1 Introduction 227(1)
9.2 Energy consumption in wireless 228(1)
networks
9.3 Energy-efficient transmission 229(12)
9.3.1 Ideal transmission 230(1)
9.3.2 Energy-efficient transmission in 231(4)
practice
9.3.3 Energy-efficient transmission in 235(6)
frequency-selective channels
9.4 Tradeoff in network resource 241(4)
utilization
9.4.1 Energy and spectral efficiency in 241(1)
interference-free channels
9.4.2 Energy and spectral efficiency in 241(4)
interference channels
9.5 Energy-efficient MAC design 245(5)
9.6 Energy-efficient network management 250(8)
9.6.1 Energy-efficient network 250(4)
deployment
9.6.2 Heterogeneous network deployment 254(1)
9.6.3 Energy-efficient cellular network 255(1)
operation
Exercises 256(1)
References 257(1)
10 Long term evolution 258(24)
10.1 Physical layer for downlink 258(9)
10.1.1 Orthogonal frequency division 258(3)
multiplexing
10.1.2 Orthogonal frequency division 261(1)
multiple access
10.1.3 Multiple antenna techniques 262(5)
10.2 Physical layer for uplink 267(5)
10.2.1 Basics of SC-FDMA 267(2)
10.2.2 SC-FDMA parameters for LTE 269(1)
10.2.3 LTE random access 270(2)
10.3 Interference management in LTE 272(10)
10.3.1 Soft frequency reuse 272(5)
10.3.2 Coordinated multi-point 277(2)
transmission
Exercises 279(2)
References 281(1)
11 Wireless infrastructure economics 282(17)
11.1 Communication infrastructures 282(4)
11.2 Wireless access economics 286(4)
11.3 Spectrum cost and regulation 290(1)
11.4 Affordable wideband wireless access 291(8)
Exercises 297(1)
References 297(2)
About the authors 299(3)
Index 302