Wireless Communications
Prof. Mostofi
1. Problem 4.5 of Goldsmith
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2. Problem 4.7 of Goldsmith
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3. Problem 4.11 of Goldsmith
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4. Problem 9.2 of Goldsmith
5. Problem 9.4 of Goldsmith
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6. Problem 9.11 of Goldsmith
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Wireless Communications
Homework #2 Solutions
Prof. Mostofi
1. (a) Consider two paths that are being received at the mobile (perhaps due to multipath effects),
that is moving at the speed of vz . The paths arrive at angles 1 and 2 , both with the same
amp

Wireless Communications
Homework #1
Prof. Mostofi
1. Consider a wireless communications system with the following parameters:
transmitted power: +20 dBm
minimum usable received power: 100 dBm
transmitting antenna gain: 10 dB
receiving antenna gain: 0

Wireless Communications
Prof. Mostofi
1.
Homework #2
(a) Consider two paths that are being received at the mobile that is moving at the speed of vz .
The paths arrive at angles 1 and 2 , both with the same amplitude A. Assume that the two
paths are in the

Wireless Communications
Prof. Mostofi
Homework #1 Solutions
1. Consider a wireless communications system with the following parameters:
transmitted power: +20 dBm
minimum usable received power: 100 dBm
transmitting antenna gain: 10 dB
receiving antenn

Wireless Communication
Chapter 4
Mobile Radio Propagation
Large-Scale Path Loss
Communication Signal Processing Lab
[1]
4.1 Introduction to Radio Wave Propagation
The mechanisms behind electromagnetic wave propagation
can generally be attributed to refl

Wireless Communications
Homework #3
Prof. Mostofi
1. Consider a wireless system with the following parameters:
transmitted power: +20 dBm
minimum usable received power: 100 dBm
gain of transmitting antenna: 10 dB
gain of receiving antenna: 0 dB
frequ

Wireless Communications
Homework #3 Solutions
Prof. Mostofi
1. Consider a wireless system with the following parameters:
transmitted power: +20 dBm
minimum usable received power: 100 dBm
gain of transmitting antenna: 10 dB
gain of receiving antenna: 0

Solutions cellular concepts
Q1.
If a total of 33MHz of bandwidth is allocated to a particular FDD cellular telephone
system which uses two 25kHz simplex channels to provide full duplex voice and
control channels, computer the number of channels available