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WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS
Andrea Goldsmith
Stanford University
Copyright c 2004 by Andrea Goldsmith
Contents
1 Overview of Wireless Communications
1.1 History of Wireless Communications . . . . . . . .
Distributions of Functions of
The unit or standard normal random variable U is a normally distributed variable with mean zero and variance one, i.e. U N(0, 1). Note that if x N(, 2 ) that x U N(0, 1)
ENGG 5303/IERG 5100 Homework 1 Solution
September 30, 2013
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Pnoise = 160dBm
fc = 1GHz, d0 = 1m, = 0.3m, K = ( 4d0 )2 , = 4
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Bilkent University
EEE-534 Wireless Communications
Homework 1
Due: March 9, 2015 (9:40)
1) Suppose we have a deterministic bandpass signal x(t) of bandwidth B around a carrier frequency
fc which we
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Cellular Concept
- In cellular systems, the total service area is divided into a number of smaller
areas, each of which is deﬁned as “cell”.
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