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作者 Osseiran, Afif
書名 Mobile and Wireless Communications for IMT-Advanced and Beyond : Advanced and Beyond
出版項 Somerset : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2011
©2011
國際標準書號 9781119976424 (electronic bk.)
9781119993216
book jacket
版本 1st ed
說明 1 online resource (326 pages)
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附註 Mobile and Wireless Communications for IMT-Advanced and Beyond Editors -- Contents -- About the Editors -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- List of Abbreviations -- List of Contributors -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 Market and Technology Trends -- 1.2 Technology Evolution -- 1.3 Development of IMT-Advanced and Beyond -- References -- 2 Radio Resource Management -- 2.1 Overview of Radio Resource Management -- 2.2 Resource Allocation in IMT-Advanced Technologies -- 2.2.1 Main IMT-Advanced Characteristics -- 2.2.2 Scheduling -- 2.2.3 Interference Management -- 2.2.4 Carrier Aggregation -- 2.2.5 MBMS Transmission -- 2.3 Dynamic Resource Allocation -- 2.3.1 Resource Allocation and Packet Scheduling Using Utility Theory -- 2.3.2 Resource Allocation with Relays -- 2.3.3 Multiuser Resource Allocation Maximizing the UE QoS -- 2.3.4 Optimization Problems and Performance -- 2.4 Interference Coordination in Mobile Networks -- 2.4.1 Power Control -- 2.4.2 Resource Partitioning -- 2.4.3 MIMO Busy Burst for Interference Avoidance -- 2.5 Efficient MBMS Transmission -- 2.5.1 MBMS Transmission -- 2.5.2 Performance Assessment -- 2.6 Future Directions of RRM Techniques -- References -- 3 Carrier Aggregation -- 3.1 Basic Concepts -- 3.2 ITU-R Requirements and Implementation in Standards -- 3.3 Evolution Towards Future Technologies -- 3.3.1 Channel Coding -- 3.3.2 Scheduling -- 3.3.3 Channel Quality Indicator -- 3.3.4 Additional Research Directions -- 3.4 Cognitive Radio Enabling Dynamic/Opportunistic Carrier Aggregation -- 3.4.1 Spectrum Sharing and Opportunistic Carrier Aggregation -- 3.4.2 Spectrum Awareness -- 3.4.3 Cognitive Component Carrier Identification, Selection and Mobility -- 3.5 Implications for Signaling and Architecture -- 3.6 Hardware and Legal Limitations -- References -- 4 Spectrum Sharing -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Literature Overview
4.2.1 Spectrum Sharing from a Game Theoretic Perspective -- 4.2.2 Femtocells -- 4.3 Spectrum Sharing with Game Theory -- 4.3.1 Noncooperative Case -- 4.3.2 Hierarchical Case -- 4.4 Spectrum Trading -- 4.4.1 Revenue and Cost Function for the Offering Operator -- 4.4.2 Numerical Results -- 4.5 Femtocells and Opportunistic Spectrum Usage -- 4.5.1 Femtocells and Standardization -- 4.5.2 Self-Organized Femtocells -- 4.5.3 Beacon-Based Femtocells -- 4.5.4 Femtocells with Intercell Interference Coordination -- 4.5.5 Femtocells with Game Theory -- 4.6 Conclusion, Discussion and Future Research -- 4.6.1 Future Research -- References -- 5 Multiuser MIMO Systems -- 5.1 MIMO Fundamentals -- 5.1.1 System Model -- 5.1.2 Point-to-Point MIMO Communications -- 5.1.3 Multiuser MIMO Communications -- 5.1.4 MIMO with Interference -- 5.2 MIMO in LTE-Advanced and 802.16m -- 5.2.1 LTE-Advanced -- 5.2.2 WiMAX Evolution -- 5.3 Generic Linear Precoding with CSIT -- 5.3.1 Transmitter-Receiver Design -- 5.3.2 Transceiver Design with Interference Nulling -- 5.4 CSI Acquisition for Multiuser MIMO -- 5.4.1 Limited Feedback -- 5.4.2 CSI Sounding -- 5.5 Future Directions of MIMO Techniques -- References -- 6 CoordinatedMultiPoint (CoMP) Systems -- 6.1 Overview of CoMP -- 6.1.1 CoMP Types -- 6.1.2 Architectures and Clustering -- 6.1.3 Theoretical Performance Limits and Implementation Constraints -- 6.2 CoMP in the Standardization Bodies -- 6.2.1 Overview of CoMP Studies -- 6.2.2 Design Choices for a CoMP Functionality -- 6.3 Generic System Model for Downlink CoMP -- 6.3.1 SINR for Linear Transmissions -- 6.3.2 Compact Matricial Model -- 6.4 Joint Processing Techniques -- 6.4.1 State of the Art -- 6.4.2 Potential of Joint Processing -- 6.4.3 Dynamic Joint Processing -- 6.4.4 Uplink Joint Processing -- 6.5 Coordinated Beamforming and Scheduling Techniques -- 6.5.1 State of the Art
6.5.2 Decentralized Coordinated Beamforming -- 6.5.3 Coordinated Scheduling via Worst Companion Reporting -- 6.6 Practical Implementation of CoMP in a Trial Environment -- 6.6.1 Setup and Scenarios -- 6.6.2 Measurement Results -- 6.7 Future Directions -- References -- 7 Relaying for IMT-Advanced -- 7.1 An Overview of Relaying -- 7.1.1 Relay Evolution -- 7.1.2 Relaying Deployment Scenarios -- 7.1.3 Relaying Protocol Strategies -- 7.1.4 Half Duplex and Full Duplex Relaying -- 7.1.5 Numerical Example -- 7.2 Relaying in the Standard Bodies -- 7.2.1 Relay Types in LTE-Advanced Rel-10 -- 7.2.2 Relay Nodes in IEEE 802.16m -- 7.3 Comparison of Relaying and CoMP -- 7.3.1 Protocols and Resource Management -- 7.3.2 Simulation Results -- 7.4 In-band RNs versus Femtocells -- 7.5 Cooperative Relaying for Beyond IMT-Advanced -- 7.6 Relaying for beyond IMT-Advanced -- 7.6.1 Multihop RNs -- 7.6.2 Mobile Relay -- 7.6.3 Network Coding -- References -- 8 Network Coding in Wireless Communications -- 8.1 An Overview of Network Coding -- 8.1.1 Historical Background -- 8.1.2 Types of Network Coding -- 8.1.3 Applications of Network Coding -- 8.2 Uplink Network Coding -- 8.2.1 Detection Strategies -- 8.2.2 User Grouping -- 8.2.3 Relay Selection -- 8.2.4 Performance -- 8.2.5 Integration in IMT-Advanced and Beyond -- 8.3 Nonbinary Network Coding -- 8.3.1 Nonbinary NC based on UE Cooperation -- 8.3.2 Nonbinary NC for Multiuser and Multirelay -- 8.3.3 Performance -- 8.3.4 Integration in IMT-Advanced and Beyond -- 8.4 Network Coding for Broadcast and Multicast -- 8.4.1 Efficient Broadcast Network Coding Scheme -- 8.4.2 Performance -- 8.5 Conclusions and Future Directions -- References -- 9 Device-to-Device Communication -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 State of the Art -- 9.2.1 In Standards -- 9.2.2 In Literature -- 9.3 Device-to-Device Communication as Underlay to Cellular Networks
9.3.1 Session Setup -- 9.3.2 D2D Transmit Power -- 9.3.3 Multiantenna Techniques -- 9.3.4 Radio Resource Management -- 9.4 Future Directions -- References -- 10 The End-to-end Performance of LTE-Advanced -- 10.1 IMT-Advanced Evaluation: ITU Process, Scenarios and Requirements -- 10.1.1 ITU-R Process for IMT-Advanced -- 10.1.2 Evaluation Scenarios -- 10.1.3 Performance Requirements -- 10.2 Short Introduction to LTE-Advanced Features -- 10.2.1 The WINNER+ Evaluation Group Assessment Approach -- 10.3 Performance of LTE-Advanced -- 10.3.1 3GPP Self-evaluation -- 10.3.2 Simulative Performance Assessment by WINNER+ -- 10.3.3 LTE-Advanced Performance in the Rural Indian Open Area Scenario -- 10.4 Channel Model Implementation and Calibration -- 10.4.1 IMT-Advanced Channel Model -- 10.4.2 Calibration of Large-Scale Parameters -- 10.4.3 Calibration of Small-Scale Parameters -- 10.5 Simulator Calibration -- 10.6 Conclusion and Outlook on the IMT-Advanced Process -- References -- 11 Future Directions -- 11.1 Radio Resource Allocation -- 11.2 Heterogeneous Networks -- 11.3 MIMO and CoMP -- 11.4 Relaying and Network Coding -- 11.5 Device-to-Device Communications -- 11.6 Green and Energy Efficiency -- References -- Appendices -- Appendix A: Resource Allocation -- A.1 Dynamic Resource Allocation -- A.1.1 Utility Predictive Scheduler -- A.1.2 Resource Allocation with Relays -- A.2 Multiuser Resource Allocation -- A.2.1 PHY/MAC Layer Model -- A.2.2 APP Layer Model -- A.2.3 Optimization Problem -- A.2.4 Simulation Results -- A.3 Busy Burst Extended to MIMO -- A.4 Efficient MBMS Transmission -- A.4.1 Service Operation -- A.4.2 Frequency Division Multiplexing (FDM) Performance -- Appendix B: Spectrum Awareness -- B.1 Spectrum Sensing -- B.2 Geo-Location Databases -- B.3 Beacon Signaling -- Appendix C: CoordinatedMultiPoint (CoMP) -- C.1 Joint Processing Methods
C.1.1 Partial Joint Processing -- C.1.2 Dynamic Base Station Clustering -- C.2 Coordinated Beamforming and Scheduling -- C.2.1 Decentralized Coordinated Beamforming -- C.2.2 Coordinated Scheduling via Worst Companion Reporting -- C.3 Test-Bed: Distributed Realtime Implementation -- Appendix D: Network Coding -- D.1 Nonbinary NC based on UE Cooperation -- D.2 Multiuser and Multirelay Scenario -- Appendix E: LTE-Advanced Analytical Performance and Peak Spectral Efficiency -- E.1 Analytical and Inspection Performance Assessment by WINNER+ -- E.1.1 Analytical Evaluation -- E.1.2 Inspection -- E.2 Peak Spectral Efficiency Calculation -- E.2.1 FDD Mode Downlink Direction -- E.2.2 FDD Mode Uplink Direction -- E.2.3 TDD Mode Downlink Direction -- E.2.4 TDD Mode Uplink Direction -- E.2.5 Comparison with Self-Evaluation -- References -- Index
A timely addition to the understanding of IMT-Advanced, this book places particular emphasis on the new areas which IMT-Advanced technologies rely on compared with their predecessors. These latest areas include Radio Resource Management, Carrier Aggregation, improved MIMO support and Relaying. Each technique is thoroughly described and illustrated before being surveyed in context of the LTE-Advanced standards. The book also presents state-of-the-art information on the different aspects of the work of standardization bodies (such as 3GPP and IEEE), making global links between them. Explores the latest research innovations to assess the future of the LTE standard Covers the latest research techniques for beyond IMT-Advanced such as Coordinated multi-point systems (CoMP), Network Coding, Device-to-Device and Spectrum Sharing Contains key information for researchers from academia and industry, engineers, regulators and decision makers working on LTE-Advanced and beyond
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