Nokia Networks
Nokia Networks
LTE-Advanced
The advanced LTE toolbox for more efficient delivery
of better user experience
White Paper
Nokia Networks white paper
LTE-Advanced
Contents
1. Overview
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1.1 LTE-Advanced, the evolution of LTE
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1.2 Status of L
Appendix for Chapter 2
Representations of
Bandpass Signals
Representations of Bandpass Signals
It is desirable to reduce all bandpass signals to equivalent lowpass signals. The
resulting signals are therefore independent of the carrier frequency and chann
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Chapter 4: Bandpass Transmission Techniques for
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Introduction to Digital Com
KEEE494: 2nd Semester 2009
Lab II
Lab 2: Generation of Correlated Random Samples
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Random Vector
A random vector X with n components is given as
X = [X1 X1 Xn ]
where Xk is the random variable.
Denition: Vector correlation
The correlation of a random ve
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Chapter 4: Bandpass Transmission Techniques for
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Introduction to Digital Com
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Wireless LAN
802.11
physical layer
Behrouz Banitalebi
8901494
Lecture brief
Technology background
Radio transmission (line codes, modulation)
Error correction
Spread spectrum
Applications in WLAN
Physical level sub layers
The 802.11 standa
Topic 5. Introduction to Digital
Communications
1. Analog and Digital Transmitters and Receivers
2. Sampling Theorem, Reconstruction and Aliasing (Se. 7.1,
Sec 3.15)
3. Quantization and Quantizing Effect
4. Pulse Coded Modulation (PCM) (Sec. 7.6)
5. Time
Minimum Mean Square Error Equalisation
The discrete-time channel model is given by
nc
r(k) =
i=0
ci s(k i) + n(k)
(1)
where nc is the channel length, ci are complex-valued channel taps, the N -QAM symbol s(k) cfw_si,l = ui + jul , 1 i, l N with j = 1, ui
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ELEC6014W1
SEMESTER 2 EXAMINATIONS 2011-2012
RADIO COMMUNICATION NETWORKS AND SYSTEMS
DURATION: 120 MINS (2 Hours)
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SEMESTER 2 EXAMINATIONS 2012-2013
RADIO COMMUNICATION NETWORKS AND SYSTEMS
DURATION: 120 MINS (2 Hours)
This paper contains 5 (FIVE) questions.
Answer THREE questions out of FIVE.
An outline marking scheme is indicated
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ELEC6014W1
SEMESTER II EXAMINATIONS 2010/11
RADIO COMMUNICATION NETWORKS AND SYSTEMS
Duration: 120 mins
Answer THREE questions out of FIVE.
University approved calculators may be used.
An approximate marking scheme is indicated.
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON
ELEC6014W1
SEMESTER II EXAMINATIONS 2009/10
RADIO COMMUNICATION NETWORKS AND SYSTEMS
Duration: 120 mins
Answer THREE questions out of FIVE.
University approved calculators may be used.
An approximate marking scheme is indicated.
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON
ELEC6014W1
SEMESTER II EXAMINATIONS 2007/08 RADIO COMMUNICATION NETWORKS AND SYSTEMS
Duration: 120 mins
Answer THREE questions out of FIVE. University approved calculators may be used. An approximate marking scheme is indicated.
ECE-501
Due: November 21, 2011
Wireless Communications
Jamshid Abouei
Homework Set # 3
Problem 3.1. Consider a QPSK signal that is represented by the equivalent low pass signal
g(t) =
ak p(t kTs ),
k=
where ak takes on four possible and equally likely val
ECE-501
Due: October 15, 2011
Wireless Communications
Jamshid Abouei
Homework Set # 1
Problem 1.1. Suppose that a Mobile Station (MS) is moving along a straight line between
base stations BS1 and BS2 , as shown in the gure. The distance between base stati
ECE-501
Due: October 31, 2011
Wireless Communications
Jamshid Abouei
Homework Set # 2
Problem 2.1. Land mobile fading channel simulator- Frequency domain method: In this
problem, you will create a computer program to generate realizations of a Rayleigh fa
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DPSK in Frequency Selective Fading Channels
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DPSK in Frequency Selective Fading Channels
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Appendix.
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DPSK in Frequency Selective Fading Channels
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Homework04-Appendix
Differential Phase Shift Keying
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Differential Phase Shift Keying (DPSK)
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Transmitter and Receiver for DPSK
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Error Probability of DPSK
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Wimax
Mohammad Javad Zardosht
October 2011
1
Outine
Introduction
Wireless Network
Wimax standards
PHY layer
Wimax vs. WiFi
Advantage
2
WhatisWiMAX?
Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access
Based on IEEE 802.16
WiMAX was seen as more
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Chapter 2: Characterization of Wireless Channels
Part I
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Large-Scale (Long-Term) Impairments: Path L