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60GHz Technology for Gbps WLAN and WPAN. From Theory to Practice
John Wiley and Sons Ltd, November 2010, Pages: 296
This book addresses 60 GHz technology for Gbps WLAN and WPAN from theory to practice, covering key aspects for successful deployment.
In this book, the authors focus specifically on 60 GHz wireless technology which has emerged as the most promising candidate for multi-gigabit wireless indoor communication systems. 60 GHz technology offers various advantages over current or existing communications systems (e.g. huge unlicensed bandwidth worldwide, high transmit power, high frequency reuse and small form factor), which enables many disruptive applications that are otherwise difficult if not impossible to be realized at lower frequencies. The book addresses all aspects of the state-of-the-art in 60 GHz technology for high data rate wireless applications.
- Comprehensive coverage from theory to practice: provides readers with a thorough technical guide of 60 GHz technology development
- Brings together the entire area of 60GHz technology for Gigabits per second (Gbps) WLAN and WPAN applications.
- Discusses practical system designs covering wide aspects such as antenna propagation, beamforming, circuit design, digital communication, signal processing, system architectures, etc.
- Provides up-to-date standardization activities, regulatory issues, technology development as well as future trends
- Includes examples and case studies for practical scenarios
- Contains theoretical, simulation and experimental results to demonstrate and compare the performance of various schemes (or systems)
This book serves as an excellent reference for system engineers, system architects, IC designers, standard engineers, researchers, and vendor and manufacturer consumers. Technical consultants, software and application developers will also find this book of interest.
List of Contributors.
1 Introduction to 60 GHz (Su-Khiong Yong).
1.1 What is 60 GHz?
1.2 Comparison with other Unlicensed Systems.
1.3 Potential Applications.
1.4 Worldwide Regulatory and Frequency Allocation.
1.5 Industry Standardization Effort.
2 60 GHz Channel Characterizations and Modeling (Su-Khiong Yong).
2.1 Introduction to Wireless Channel Modeling.
2.2 Modeling Approach and Classification of Channel Model.
2.3 Channel Characterization.
2.4 Industry Standard Channel Models.
3 Non-Ideal Radio Frequency Front-End Models in 60 GHz Systems (Chang-Soon Choi, Maxim Piz and Eckhard Grass).
3.1 RF Front-End Architecture.
3.2 Nonlinear Power Amplifier.
3.3 Phase Noise from Oscillators.
3.4 Other RF Non-Idealities.
4 Antenna Array Beamforming in 60 GHz (Pengfei Xia).
4.2 60 GHz Channel Characteristics.
4.3 Antenna Array Beamforming.
5 Baseband Modulation (Pengfei Xia and André Bourdoux).
5.2 OFDM Baseband Modulation.
5.3 Case Study: IEEE 802.15.3c Audio Video OFDM.
5.4 SC with Frequency-Domain Equalization.
5.5 SC Transceiver Design and System Aspects.
5.6 Digital Baseband Processing.
6 60 GHz Radio Implementation in Silicon (Alberto Valdes-Garcia).
6.2 Overview of Semiconductor Technologies for 60 GHz Radios.
6.3 60 GHz Front-End Components.
6.4 Frequency Synthesis and Radio Architectures.
6.5 Radio–Baseband Interface.
7 Hardware Implementation for Single-Carrier Systems (Yasunao Katayama).
7.2 Advantages and Challenges of SC Systems.
7.3 System Design with Non-Coherent Detection.
7.4 System Design with Differentially Coherent Detection.
7.5 Test and Evaluation.
7.6 Advanced SC System with Per-Packet Coherent Detection.
8 Gbps OFDM Baseband Design and Implementation for 60 GHz Wireless LAN Applications (Chang-Soon Choi, Maxim Piz, Marcus Ehrig, Milos Krstic and Eckhard Grass).
8.1. OFDM Physical Layer Implemented on FPGA.
8.2. OFDM Baseband Receiver Architecture.
8.3 OFDM Baseband Transmitter Architecture.
8.4 60 GHz Link Demonstration.
8.5 Next-Generation OFDM Demonstrators for 60 GHz Wireless LAN Applications.
9 Medium Access Control Design (Harkirat Singh).
9.1 Design Issues in the Use of Directional Antennas.
9.2 IEEE 802.15.3c MAC for 60 GHz.
9.3 Design Considerations for Supporting Uncompressed Video.
9.4 Performance Study.
9.5 Conclusions and Future Directions.
10 Remaining Challenges and Future Directions (Alberto Valdes-Garcia, Pengfei Xia, Su-Khiong Yong and Harkirat Singh).
Su-Khiong Yong Samsung Information Systems America.