Aimed at those needing a primer on random signals and processes, this accessible introduction assumes minimal mathematical background and provides simple, clear explanations of key terms such as density, distribution, variance, correlation and ergodicity.
The primary objective is of this two-volume set is to explain the fundamentals, and to introduce the propagation phenomena and mechanisms engineers will encounter in designing and evaluating radio links and networks of a given type and operating frequency.
Originally used in military networks to bypass jamming and interception, spread-spectrum systems are now at the heart of commercial applications such as mobile cellular and satellite communication. This updated text covers all the fundamentals of the topic.
This book systematically introduces the principle of MIMO systems and signal detection via MIMO channels. Coverage includes symbol detection in MIMO systems, fundamental knowledge of MIMO detection and recent research outcomes on low complexity MIMO detection.
This book examines the latest research, fundamental theories, and key techniques of wireless localization technology and error-controlling techniques. It also presents and discusses the issue of localizability, as well as privacy issues associated with LBS.
This book addresses several well-known and new canonical location discovery problems in WSN, including engineering change-based node addition, design and operation of location discovery infrastructure for mobile users, and various security issues.
Implementing Software Defined Radio discusses practical aspects of design configuration and implementation. The work includes discussion of all major SDR design architectures, and it examines the reasons for building such flexible radios.
This text provides a comprehensive introduction to the theories, techniques and applications of image fusion. It examines in detail many real-life examples of image fusion, including panchromatic sharpening and ensemble color image segmentation.