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IEEE 802 Wireless Systems
Protocols, Multi-Hop Mesh/Relaying, Performance and Spectrum Coexistence

Author: Bernhard H. Walke, Stefan Mangold and Lars Berlemann
Hardcover: 402 pages
Publisher: Wiley (January 16, 2007)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0470014393
ISBN-13: 978-0470014394
Format: pdf

Throughout the next decade, 802 wireless systems will become an
integral part of fourth generation (4G) cellular communication systems,
where the convergence of wireless and cellular networks will
materialize through support of interworking and seamless roaming across
dissimilar wireless and cellular radio access technologies. IEEE 802
Wireless Systems clearly describes the leading systems, covering IEEE
802.11 WLAN, IEEE 802.15 WPAN, IEEE 802.16 WMAN systems’ architecture,
standards and protocols (including mesh) with an instructive approach
allowing individuals unfamiliar with wireless systems to follow and
understand these technologies. Ranging from digital radio transmission
fundamentals, duplex, multiplexing and switching to medium access
control, radio spectrum regulation, coexistence and spectrum sharing,
this book also offers new solutions to broadband multi-hop networking
for cellular and ad hoc operation. The book
Gives a comprehensive overview and performance evaluation of IEEE 802.11, 802.15 and 802.16
Includes a tutorial like introduction to the basics of wireless communication
Discusses challenges in mesh/multi-hop relaying networks and provides
profound solutions for their realization with 802 Wireless Systems
Covers spectrum sharing on different levels and provides solutions for
coexistence, cooperation and interworking of 802 Wireless Systems that
are following the same or different standards, but share the same
Includes a detailed overview and introduction on cognitive radio and dynamic spectrum access
Accompanying website contains simulation software and provides slides
of the figures and tables from the book ready for course presentation
This book is an essential text for advanced undergraduate students with
a basic working knowledge of wireless communication, graduate students
and engineers working in the field of wireless communications.

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