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Media and radio signal processing for mobile communications

Author: Kyunghun Jung; Russell M Mersereau
Publisher: Cambridge, United Kingdom ; New York, NY, USA : Cambridge University Press, 2018.
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Mobile communications systems require a significant financial investment to obtain radio spectrum, which consists of small, but expensive, frequency bands that are used to extend the networks over wide geographic areas. There are additional costs to operate and maintain those networks. Roaming agreements made between service providers can complement insufficient network coverage, but financial constraints still  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kyunghun Jung; Russell M Mersereau
ISBN: 9781108421034 1108421032
OCLC Number: 1004129284
Description: xxvi, 469 pages ; 26 cm
Contents: Machine generated contents note: 1.Introduction --
1.1.Historical Background --
1.1.1.Problem Description --
1.1.2.Performance Criteria --
1.2.Analog Mobile Communications Systems --
1.2.1.Network Architecture --
1.2.2.Speech and Radio Signal Processing Operations --
1.2.3.Cellular Operation --
1.3.References --
2.Signal Processing in TDMA Systems --
2.1.Speech Signal Processing --
2.1.1.Linear Predictive Coding --
2.1.2.Fixed Bit-Rate versus Variable Bit-Rate Coding --
2.2.AMPS Enhancements --
2.2.1.Narrowband AMPS --
2.2.2.Digital AMPS --
2.2.3.Further Opportunities --
2.3.Global System for Mobile Communications --
2.3.1.Network Architecture --
2.3.2.Channel Structure --
2.3.3.Full-Rate Speech Codec --
2.3.4.Uplink and Downlink Signal Processing --
2.4.References --
3.Evolution of TDMA Systems --
3.1.Enhancements in Speech Compression --
3.1.1.Enhanced Full-Rate Speech Codec --
3.1.2.Half-Rate Speech Codec --
3.2.Enhancements in Coordination of Compression and Transmission Note continued: 3.2.1.Joint Source-Channel Coding Theory --
3.2.2.Adaptive Multi-Rate Speech Codec --
3.2.3.Link Adaptation --
3.3.Enhancements in Wireless Transmission --
3.3.1.Downlink Advanced Receiver Performance --
3.3.2.8-PSK Half-Rate Channel --
3.3.3.Voice Services over Adaptive Multi-User Channels on One Slot --
3.3.4.Adaptive Pulse Shaping --
3.4.Performance Evaluation --
3.4.1.Speech Compression and Transmission Performance --
3.4.2.Live Call Analysis --
3.4.3.VAMOS Operation --
3.5.References --
4.Signal Processing in CDMA Systems --
4.1.TDMA Limitations --
4.1.1.Guard Time and Guard Band --
4.1.2.Fixed Bit-Rate Speech Coding --
4.1.3.Frequency Re-Use Factor --
4.1.4.Wideband Multipath Fading --
4.2.CDMA Principles --
4.2.1.Spread Spectrum Theory --
4.2.2.Pseudo Noise Sequence --
4.2.3.Generation of PN Sequence --
4.2.4.Phase Shift of PN Sequence --
4.2.5.Decimation of PN Sequence --
4.2.6.Rake Receiver Theory --
4.3.Interim Standard 95 Note continued: 4.3.1.Network Architecture --
4.3.2.QCELP Speech Codec --
4.3.3.Reverse Link Signal Processing --
4.3.4.Forward Link Signal Processing --
4.4.References --
5.Evolution of CDMA Systems --
5.1.Enhancements in Speech Compression --
5.1.1.QCELP-13 Speech Codec --
5.1.2.Enhanced Variable Rate Codec --
5.2.cdma2000 --
5.2.1.Reverse Link Signal Processing --
5.2.2.Forward Link Signal Processing Procedures --
5.3.Enhancements in Coordination of Compression and Transmission --
5.3.1.Selectable Mode Vocoder --
5.3.2.4th Generation Vocoder --
5.3.3.Network Control and Voice Control of Speech Compression --
5.4.Enhancements in Wireless Transmission --
5.4.1.cdma2000 Revision E --
5.4.2.Reverse Link Signal Processing --
5.4.3.Forward Link Signal Processing --
5.4.4.Blanked-Rate 1/8 Frames --
5.4.5.Reduced Power Control Rate --
5.4.6.Frame Early Termination --
5.4.7.Interference Cancellation --
5.5.Performance Evaluation Note continued: 5.5.1.Speech Compression and Transmission Performance --
5.5.2.Live Call Analysis --
5.5.3.Derivation of CDMA Voice Capacity --
5.6.References --
6.Signal Processing in W-CDMA Systems --
6.1.W-CDMA Release 99 --
6.1.1.Network Architecture --
6.1.2.Protocol Stack Principles --
6.2.Radio Signal Processing --
6.2.1.Radio Link Control --
6.2.2.Medium Access Control --
6.2.3.Physical Layer --
6.2.4.Link Management --
6.2.5.Operational Strategy --
6.3.Video Signal Processing --
6.3.1.A/D Conversion --
6.3.2.Motion Estimation and Compensation --
6.3.3.Multi-Dimensional Signal Processing --
6.3.4.D/A Conversion --
6.3.5.Combined Distortion from Compression and Transmission --
6.3.6.Rate Control --
6.4.Video Codecs --
6.4.1.H.263 Video Codec --
6.4.2.MPEG-4 Video Codec --
6.5.3G-324M --
6.5.1.System Architecture --
6.5.2.Media Adaptation and Multiplexing Procedures --
6.5.3.Radio Signal Processing --
6.6.References --
7.Evolution of W-CDMA Systems Note continued: 7.1.Enhancements in Wireless Transmission --
7.1.1.Pilot-Free Slot Format --
7.1.2.SRB Power Boost --
7.1.3.Compressed DPDCH --
7.1.4.Frame Early Termination --
7.2.Enhancements in Media Negotiation --
7.2.1.Media Configuration Delay --
7.2.2.Accelerated Media Negotiation --
7.3.Performance Evaluation --
7.3.1.Video Compression and Transmission Performance --
7.3.2.Live Call Analysis --
7.3.3.Voice Capacity --
7.4.References --
8.Signal Processing in SC-FDMA/OFDMA Systems --
8.1.Technical Background --
8.1.1.New Problem Description --
8.1.2.Packetization of Circuit-Switched Systems --
8.2.Voice over Long Term Evolution --
8.2.1.Network Architecture --
8.2.2.Functional Split --
8.3.Radio Signal Processing Procedures --
8.3.1.Packet Data Convergence Protocol --
8.3.2.Radio Link Control --
8.3.3.Medium Access Control --
8.3.4.Physical Layer --
8.3.5.Link Management --
8.3.6.Operational Strategy --
8.4.Media Signal Processing Procedures Note continued: 8.4.1.Adaptive Multi-Rate Wideband Speech Codec --
8.4.2.H.264 Video Codec --
8.4.3.RTP/UDP/IP Packetization --
8.4.4.Jitter Buffer Management --
8.5.Resource Reservation Procedures --
8.5.1.IP Multimedia Subsystem --
8.5.2.SDP Offer --
8.5.3.SDP Answer --
8.5.4.Quality of Service Representation --
8.5.5.Session Negotiation --
8.6.References --
9.Evolution of SC-FDMA/OFDMA Systems --
9.1.Enhancements in Media Compression --
9.1.1.Enhanced Voice Services Speech Codec --
9.1.2.High Efficiency Video Coding --
9.1.3.Session Negotiation of Enhanced Media --
9.2.Enhancements in Coordination of Compression and Transmission --
9.2.1.Media Adaptation --
9.2.2.Selective Intra-Refreshing --
9.2.3.Coordination of Video Orientation --
9.3.Enhancements in Session Negotiation --
9.3.1.Reduction of Resizing-Induced Spectral and Computational Inefficiency --
9.3.2.Asymmetric Media Configuration --
9.4.Enhancements in Wireless Transmission Note continued: 9.4.1.Spectrum Usage Analysis --
9.4.2.Carrier Aggregation --
9.4.3.Recommendation of Media Bit-Rates --
9.5.Remote Management of Operation --
9.5.1.Session Negotiation Management --
9.5.2.Media Adaptation Management --
9.6.Performance Evaluation --
9.6.1.Speech Compression and Transmission Performance --
9.6.2.Video Compression and Transmission Performance --
9.6.3.Live Session Analysis --
9.6.4.Voice Capacity --
9.6.5.Derivation of LTE Voice Capacity --
9.7.References --
10.Signal Processing in 5G Systems --
10.1.Technical Background --
10.2.Network Architecture --
10.3.New Radio Access --
10.4.Immersive Media Service --
10.4.1.Virtual Reality --
10.4.2.Ambisonic Audio Signal Processing --
10.4.3.Omnidirectional Video Signal Processing --
10.4.4.Controlling Quality-Capacity Tradeoff of Immersive Media --
10.5.References.
Responsibility: Kyunghun Jung, Samsung Electronics, Russell M. Mersereau, Georgia Institute of Technology.

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