Advances on Processing for Multiple Carrier Schemes: OFDM and OFDMA

Faouzi Bader (Editor)
Centre Technologic de Telecomunicacions de Catalunya-CTTC, Barcelona, Spain

Nizar Zorba (Editor)
University of Jordan, Amman, Jordan

Series: Computer Science, Technology and Applications
BISAC: COM020050



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Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (OFDM) has existed for many years, but it has recently acquired a huge momentum as an emerging technology for high data rates. This technology has quickly moved from books and lectures to be a key technique within almost all wireless commercial broadband technologies.OFDM stands as a low complexity and high efficiency way to deal with the channel frequency selectivity by dividing the channel into a large set of subchannels, each one of them showing flat fading characteristics. Therefore, OFDM is a multi-carrier transmission technique that makes the communication to be robust against large delay spreads by keeping the orthogonality in the frequency domain. This book presents current research on the advantages and disadvantages of OFDM. (Imprint: Nova)


Chapter 1. Introduction to Wireless Multi-Carrier Schemes
(Bertrand Devillers and Jérôme Louveaux)

Chapter 2. Peak-to-Average Power Ratio Issues for Pulse-Shaped Multicarrier Modulations
(Alexandre Skrzypczak, Pierre Siohan and Jean-Philippe Javaudin)

Chapter 3. Synchronisation in Ofdm Based Systems
(Qinfei Huang and Mounir Ghogho)

Chapter 4. Channel Estimation
(M. Julia Fernández-Getino García, Carlos Prieto del Amo and Víctor P. Gil Jiménez)

Chapter 5. Channel Coding and Equalisation
(Monica Navarro and Stephan Pfletschinger)

Chapter 6. Adaptive Modulation and Predistortion Techniques Over Nonlinear Fading Channels
(Hisham Alasady and Mohamed Ibnkahla)

Chapter 7. Scheduling and Resource Allocation
(Ismael Gutierrez González and Faouzi Bader)

Chapter 8. Mimo-Ofdm Applications for Satellite Communications
(Asad Mehmood, Tommy Hult and Abbas Mohammed)

Chapter 9: Medium Access Control Layer
(Dimitris Tsolkas, Dionysis Xenakis, Dionysia Trianta fyllopoulou, and Nikos Passas)

Chapter 10. Performance Evaluation of Mobile Wimax System
(Asad Mehmood and Abbas Mohammed)

Chapter 11. The 3gpp-Lte Cellular System
(Antonis G. Gotsis, Dimitris I. Komnakos, and P. Constantinou)


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