Tag Archives: wireless networks

New title for Communication and Information Engineering

Integrated wireless propagation models
By William C.Y. Lee, David J.Y. Lee.
TK5103.2.L482n, Lee Wee Nam Library

Synopsis:

Integrated Wireless Propagation Models discusses popular prediction models and provides complete details on the Lee macrocell, microcell, and in-building models. The final chapter ties the three Lee models together to produce an integrated Lee model that can be applied to all mobile environments. Throughout the book, complex mathematical models are translated into practical, easy-to-implement solutions.[As taken from Amazon]

New title for Communication and Information Engineering

Heterogeneous cellular networks
By Hu, Rose Qingyang, editor of compilation.
TK5103.2.H589h, Lee Wee Nam Library

Synopsis:
The topic of heterogeneous cellular networks has gained momentum in industry and the research community, attracting the attention of standardization bodies such as 3GPP LTE and IEEE 802.16j, whose objectives are looking into increasing the capacity and coverage of the cellular networks. This book focuses on recent progresses,  covering the related topics including scenarios of heterogeneous network deployment, interference management in the heterogeneous network deployment, carrier aggregation in a heterogeneous network, cognitive radio, cell selection/reselection and load balancing, mobility and handover management, capacity and coverage optimization for heterogeneous networks, traffic management and congestion control. [As taken from Amazon]

New title for Communication and Information Engineering

Compressive sensing for wireless networks
By Han, Zhu.
TK5102.92.H233, Lee Wee Nam Library

Synopsis:
This comprehensive reference develops a unified view on how to incorporate efficiently the idea of compressive sensing over assorted wireless network scenarios, interweaving concepts from signal processing, optimization, information theory, communications and networking to address the issues in question from an engineering perspective. It enables students, researchers and communications engineers to develop a working knowledge of compressive sensing, including background on the basics of compressive sensing theory, an understanding of its benefits and limitations, and the skills needed to take advantage of compressive sensing in wireless networks. [As taken from Amazon]

New title for Communication and Information Engineering

WiFi, WiMAX and LTE multi-hop mesh networks : basic communication protocols and application areas
By Wei, Hung-Yu.
TK5105.77.W415, Lee Wee Nam Library

Synopsis:
Wifi, WiMAX, and Cellular Multihop Networks presents an overview of WiFi-based and WiMAX-based multihop relay networks. As the first text to cover IEEE 802.16j multihop hop relay technology, this revolutionary resource explores the latest advances in multi-hop and ad-hoc networking. Not only does this reference provide the technological aspects, but also the applications for the emerging technology and architectural issues. Ranging from introductory material to advanced topics, this guidebook, plus PowerPoint slides, is essential for engineers, researchers, and students interested in learning more about WiFi and WiMAX multihop relay networks. [As taken from Amazon]

New title for Communication and Information Engineering

Energy efficiency in wireless networks
By Jumira, Oswald.
TK5103.2.J94, Lee Wee Nam Library

Synopsis:
This book presents state-of-the-art energy-efficient techniques, designs and implementations that pertain to wireless communication networks such as cellular networks, wireless local area networks (WLANs) and wireless ad hoc networks (WAHNs) including mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs), and wireless sensor networks (WSNs) as they are deployed across the world to facilitate “always on” reliable high-speed wireless access from anywhere, at anytime to accommodate the new paradigm of the “Internet of Things” (IoT). The pervasive and exponential growth of Wi-Fi and the impact of bandwidth-intensive applications on the energy consumption of Wi-Fi-enabled devices are discussed along with energy harvesting as an advantageous option to power WAHNs. [As taken from Amazon]