I’ve found a new book in the University of Cantabria that is related to the subject of MIMO antennas which is a hot topic in wireless telecommunications (there are now commercial devices which implements more robust communications with improved QoS thanks to this diversity technique) and a research one in the University of Cantabria.
Autor Persona/Entidad/Congreso: Martone, Massimiliano.
Título: Multiantenna digital radio transmision / Massimiliano “Max” Martone.
Editorial: Norwood : Artech House, cop. 2002.
Descripción física: 401 p. ; 24 cm.
Colección: The Artech House mobile communications library
Tratamiento de Señal — Técnicas Digitales.
Focusing on recent discoveries in data rate limits and bandwidth, this is the first book to directly address the problems of wireless high data rates from a physical layer point of view. It details the author’s new digital radio architecture, now emerging as a key technology for third generation wireless communications. This ground-breaking resource enables you to understand the interaction of theory and practice in multi-antenna technology and digital radio design, produce better modems for multi-antenna radio products, and relate traditional RF design parameters to modern communication systems design. It also provides analytical tools to evaluate end-to-end performance of the wireless link and new algorithms for wireless high data rate communications.
Supported with over 440 equations and 120 illustrations, the work explains the fundamental theory for the transmission of digitally modulated signals with and without antenna arrays, and details new families of digital radio architectures. It describes advanced signal processing methods and evaluates algorithmic approaches by hardware platforms and associated measurements.
Broadband Wireless Access—Introduction. The Cost Factor. RF Scattering Helps? Software Radios: Background. SDR Architecture Overview.
Theoretical Limits of the Spatio-Temporal Wireless Channel—Introduction. Wireless Propagation Modes. The Spatio-Temporal Modes. Performance Analysis of a Practical System.
Digital Radio Design Principles—Introduction. Important RF Parameters. A Case-Study: the Base-Station System.
Space-Time Modems Based on Traditional Principles—Introduction. Traditional Space-Time Methods. Maximum Likelihood Sequence Estimation. Space-Time QR-Based MMSE Equalization. Cross-Validated Signal Processing in MSLE. Conclusions.
Spatio-Temporal Processing Using High-Order Statistics—Introduction. The Super-Exponential Method. A Non-Bind Algorithm. Conclusions.
An Experimental Digital Radio for MIMO—Introduction. Hardware Architecture. Algorithmic Approaches for a Fixed Wireless Application. Field Trial Results. Conclusions.
Advanced Solutions for High Mobility—Introduction. Multiresolution Maximum Likelihood Detection. The Generalized Likelihood Statistic. Multiresolution Decompositions for a Multipath Channel. Focusing the Generalized Energy Detector. Real-Time Implementation. Performance Analysis Results. Time-Varying Multicarrier Modems. The Fractional Fourier Transform. System Model. Discrete-Time Implementation. Performance Assessment. Conclusions.
Spatio-Temporal Radios for CDMA—Introduction. Discrete Wavelet Transformations. CDMA System Model. Wavelet-Based Channel Basis Expansion. Validation of the DWT Channel. Setectors. Performance Analysis. Conclusions.
Appendix A: The Mechanics of MIMO Capacity Computations—System Model. Water-Filling the Eigenvalues of the Channel. Practical Assumptions.
Appendix B: Essential Higher-Order Statistics—Cumulants of Stationary Processes. On the Convergence of the Algorithm. Proof of Theorem 2. On the choice of D 1 (m), B 1 (m), D 2 (m), B 2 (m), On the Rank of the Matrix C y,y, Cumulants Estimation.
Appendix C: Essential Wavelet Theory—Continuous Time Wavelet Transformations. Discrete Time Wavelet Transformations. Filter Banks. Multidimensional Filter Banks.
About the Author
Massimiliano Martone, currently director of digital advanced wireless development and senior staff scientist at WJ Communications in California, has done extensive consulting, and was twice appointed visiting scientist at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He holds a B.S, M.S. and Ph.D in electronic engineering from the University of Rome, La Sapienza, and a Scientific Diploma Degree in physics from the Sciences Lyceum J.F. Kennedy, Rome. A member of the IEEE, the New York Academy of Sciences, and the American Association for the Advancement of Science, he has won numerous awards and has published extensively.
Nowadays he owns a company called MRT (Martone Radio Technology, Inc.)