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History of Wireless

Wireless Communications Chapter 1. Overview


Husheng Li
Dept. of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Spring, 2008

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Chapter 1: Overview Chapter 2: Performance analysis tools:


theory of detection and estimation basics of information theory

Chapter 3: Wireless channels:


slow fading: pathloss and shadowing fast fading: Rayleigh and Ricean fading link budget

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Point-to-point Communications Chapter 4: Modulation and detection


Modulation and demodulation Synchronization Diversity
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Chapter 5: Channel coding


Linear codes Convolutional codes Turbo codes and LDPC codes H-ARQ

Chapter 6: MIMO systems


Transmit diversity: Alamouti scheme and space-time code Multiplexing: BLAST architecture SDMA Application in practical systems

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Multiuser Communications

Chapter 7: Multiple access


CDMA OFDM CSMA Opportunistic communication

Chapter 8: Practical multiuser systems (3 classes)


Cellular systems cdma2000 EV-DO WiMAX WiFi Cognitive radio

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Communication Networks

Chapter 9: Ad hoc networks


Layer model MAC layer: interference avoidance and scheduling Cross layer design Cooperative networks Network coding

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Course Information

Course syllabus
Homework: 30 points (4 problems per week) Midterm: 25 points (point-to-point communications) Final: 25 points (multiuser communications and networks) Projects: 20 points

Course target
Learn fundamental and comprehensive knowledge of wireless communications Learn how to analyze system performance Get basic criterions about communication system design

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Customer service: 9am-11am MWF. Course website: http://www.ece.utk.edu/husheng/ECE642.htm

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Projects Project1: Design and performance analysis of a point-to-point communication system


Given transmit power, noise power, bandwidth, distance and fading mode Select modulation and coding schemes by yourself Evaluate your system performance by simulation; compare with Shannon capacity
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Project2: Design and performance analysis of a multiuser communication system


Given number of users, transmit power, noise power, bandwidth, distance and fading mode Select multiaccess approach (TDMA, CDMA) by yourself Evaluate your system performance by simulation

Everyone uses 15 minutes to present her/his results.

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Textbook

Textbook: A. Goldsmith, Wireless Communications, Cambridge University Press, 2005 (very nice book, but I will add some new stuffs) Reference books:
D. Tse and P. Viswanath, Fundamentals of Wireless Communications, Cambridge University Press, 2005 (one of the best books in wireless communications, but too deep for beginners) T. S. Rappaport, Wireless Communications: Principles and Practice , 2nd edition, Prentice Hall, 2001 (a great book if you want to know more about practical systems) J. G. Proakis, Digital Communications, 4th edition, McGraw-Hill, 2001 (an encyclopedia in communications)

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Birth of Radio

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In 1887, Heinrich Hertz discovered electromagnetic wave. Comments of Hertz on wireless: "Its of no use whatsoever[...] this is just an experiment that proves Maestro Maxwell was right - we just have these mysterious electromagnetic waves that we cannot see with the naked eye. But they are there." Asked about the ramications of his discoveries, Hertz replied, "Nothing, I guess." Denitely, he is WRONG!

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Birth of Wireless Communications

On 13 May 1897, Marconi sent the rst wireless communication over water. It crossed the Bristol Channel from Lavernock Point to Flat Holm Island, 14 kilometers away. The message reads "Are you ready?"

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Development of Wireless Communication Systems

In 1934, AM mobile communication systems are set up for police in US. The technology of radio was greatly improved in World War II (e.g. matched lter based receiver) The rst public mobile phone service was launched in 26 major American cities. In 1960s and 1970s, the concept of cellular radiotelephony was proposed, mainly by Bell Lab guys.

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Big Picture of Communication Systems

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Digital Communication Stage: Cellular Systems

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Digital Communication Stage: Wireless Networks

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Typical Data Rate

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Some Facts About Cell Phone

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2.14 billion in 2005; 2.7 billion in 2006. In several countries, including UK, there are more mobile phones than population. 80% of the world population enjoy the coverage of mobile phone service; this percentage will increase to 90% in 2010.

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Other Wireless Communication Systems

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Satellite communications. Digital wireless TV broadcast. Blue tooth. Cordless phone.

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Services of Wireless Communications

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Voice Data (e.g. web browsing, checking email) Multimedia (watching movie on cell phone; video conferencing) Wireless gaming

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