OFDMA System Analysis and Design
OFDMA System Analysis and Design by Samuel C Yang
Most of us today cannot imagine functioning (and living) without the 802.11-based wireless network known as Wi-Fi. Business travelers who literally have to email and drive around town looking for hotspots can attest to the importance of technology. People are used to fast wireless networks in close proximity (i.e. hotspots) and will quickly get used to fast wireless networks over large areas.
This book is intended to be a comprehensive study of orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) and orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDMA), which are rapidly becoming actual methods for transmitting the physical layer in cellular broadband systems. The related functions required to support OFDM and OFDMA at Layer 2. This book focuses on system analysis, design, and construction of OFDMA-based systems. He also discusses the theory and application of OFDMA in the context of broadband cellular networks. Based on OFDMA analysis, this book attempts to develop and present a design framework that can be applied in various treatment areas.