This leading-edge resource offers you a new methodology for analyzing and studying the behavior of wireless communication systems in an interference environment. It provides you with modern tools and techniques for use in real-world applications that help you guarantee optimum system performance. The book treats both additive and multiplicative interfering signals, including in-depth descriptions of how these signals behave, regardless of the source. Ziemer, R. E., and R. L. Peterson, Introduction to Digital Communications, Hampshire, UK: MacMillan, 1992.  McGillem, C., and G. Cooper, Continuous and Discrete Signal and System Analysis, third edition, London: Saunders Collegeanbsp;...
|Title||:||Interference Analysis and Reduction for Wireless Systems|
|Publisher||:||Artech House - 2003|