by Alessandro Bazzi
Publisher: InTech 2010
Number of pages: 722
An overview of the major issues in the field of radio communications. Topics: channel modeling, beamforming, multiple antennas, cooperative networks, opportunistic scheduling, advanced admission control, handover management, systems performance assessment, routing issues in mobility conditions, localization, web security.
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