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Millimeter Wave Technology in Wireless Pan, Lan, and Man.

9780849382277

Millimeter wave technology in wireless Pan, Lan, and Man.

Xiao, Shao-Qiu et al.

CRC / Taylor & Francis

2008

436 pages

$129.95

Hardcover

Wireless networks and mobile communications series

TK5103

Consumer and commercial demand has driven research in gigabit wireless personal area networks (WPANs), high-speed wireless local area networks (WLANs) and high-speed wireless metropolitan area networks (WMANs). This collection of 11 articles covers fundamental concepts and recent advances as well as descriptions of upcoming research and new products. Topics include millimeter-wave monolithic integrated circuits for WLAN, package technologies for millimeter-wave circuits and systems, antennas and channel modeling in WPANs, WLANs and WMANs, media access control protocols for millimeter-wave WLAN and WPAN, millimeter waves for wireless networks, the WiMedia standard for WPANs, the millimeter-wave-based IEEE 802.16 standard for WMAN, the millimeter-wave dedicated short-range communications standard (including applications and experimental studies, interference in millimeter-wave WMAN cellular configurations, principles and applications of millimeter-wave radar, and optical generation and transmission of millimeter-wave signals.

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