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CS-4. This set enhances the CS-3 capabilities with support of IP connectivity ( 20) and of supplementary services [18,19]. CS-4 services are a superset of CS-3 and examples of additional features can be found in Table 18.3-4. 18.4 18.4.1 INAP SIGNALING Overview
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The reader is referred to Figures 10.A.5 to 10.A.8.
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7.1 7.2 Introduction Basic Modulation Techniques 7.2.1 Framework for Analysis 7.2.2 On Off Keying 7.2.3 Frequency Shift Keying 7.2.4 Phase Shift Keying 7.2.5 Pulse Amplitude Modulation 7.2.6 Quadrature Amplitude Modulation 7.2.7 Multiphase Modulation 7.2.8 Partial-Response Signaling 7.2.9 Trellis-Coded Modulation 7.2.10 Comparison of Modulation Methods Theoretical Limits and Practical Impairments 7.3.1 Theoretical Limits of Communication Performance 7.3.2 Transmission Channel Impairments Traditional Modems for Wide-Area Wireless Networks 7.4.1 Requirements for Radio Modems 7.4.2 Digital Frequency Modulation 7.4.3 OQPSK, MSK, and GMSK 7.4.4 /4-Shift QPSK Other Aspects of Modem Implementation 7.5.1 Power Control 7.5.2 Carrier and Timing Recovery 7.5.3 Pulse Shaping Questions Problems Projects Project 1: Error Rate and Phase Jitter in QPSK Modulation Project 2: Error Rate and Phase Jitter in 16-QAM Modulation Project 3: Design of Raised Cosine Matched Filters
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where P = power of signal, v = voltage of signal, i = current of signal, z = impedance, which the signal voltage is dropped over or the current of signal is owing through. Power gain is emphasized in RF circuit design while voltage gain is emphasized in digital circuit design. A RF block with a high voltage gain may have very low power gain if its input impedance is very low and its output impedance is very high, or vice versa. 2) Noise Whether the power of an RF signal is strong or weak is relative to the power of noise attached to the RF signal. If the noise power is higher than the power of the signal, the signal will be swallowed by the noise and become undetectable. For instance, the ratio of carrier to noise ratio, CNR, at the demodulator input must higher than a threshold value, say, 10 dB. Otherwise, the signal cannot be demodulated and separated from the carrier. Therefore, noise is another important parameter in the RF circuit design. 3) Linearity The third important parameter in RF circuit design concerns the distortion of the weak signal. In order to ensure the delity of power transportation and manipulation, distortion of the desired signal must be avoided or reduced as much as possible. The source of the distortion is mainly caused by the non-linearity of the device and all the interferences in the circuit block. A practical device has linear and non-linear portions. Its non-linear terms produce many harmonics and spurious products which contribute to the distortion of the signal. Just like noise, the harmonics, spurious products, and interferences in the circuit block are not welcome in RF circuit design. However, they are essentially different from noise. Noise is a random object. The frequency spectrum of a white noise spreads from minus in nity to plus in nity so that it cannot be effectively ltered out entirely by a practical lter. On the contrary, the spurious products and interferences are de nite disturbing signals with de nite frequencies, so that they can be reduced or removed by means of special circuit design schemes. The effects of noise and spurious products on a receiver are different. Noise is directly related to the sensitivity of the receiver. The sensitivity of a receiver is high if its noise gure is low and vice versa. The spurious products do cause distortion of the signal, but they are not directly related to the sensitivity of a receiver. For instance, a receiver with low noise has high sensitivity. However, it could have either high or low distortion of the voice. In other words, a receiver can sense the very weak signal at the antenna, but the purity of the signal after demodulation mainly depends on the distortion. In cases where distortion is high, a girl s voice could have a boy s sound if the sensitivity of the receiver is high. In cases when distortion is low, the delity of the voice could be kept even though the sensitivity of the receiver is low.
HiperLAN (High performance radio LAN) is a high-speed LAN standard running in the 5-GHz range. Approved by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) in February 2000, HiperLAN grew out of efforts to develop a wireless version of ATM and a European alternative to 802.11. HiperLAN1 operates at rates up to 20 Mbps and HiperLAN2 at rates up to 54 Mbps. As noted in the discussion of 802.11a, in Europe the 5.725 5.825-MHz spectrum is already allocated for HiperLAN. Therefore, ETSI requires that two additional protocols be used in conjunction with 802.11a in order to protect incumbent applications and systems running over previously allocated shared spectrum. Dynamic Frequency Selection (DFS) allows the 802.11a system to dynamically shift frequency channels, and Transmission Power Control (TPC) reduces the power level. In combination, these protocols serve to eliminate interference issues with incumbent signals. HiperLAN uses Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) as the signal modulation technique [46]. HiperLAN has a very small following, as it has been overwhelmed by the popularity of the 802.11 family. HiperLAN is unlikely to survive the next few years as the pressure increases with the release of 802.11n. 8.9.3 Bluetooth
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Yet another way to evaluate mice is by their resolution, usually given in dots per inch (dpi). This measurement indicates how many pulses the mouse sends when you move it one inch. Higher resolutions mean you can make smaller mouse movements to move the cursor the same distance on the screen. Beyond 600 or 800dpi, the benefit of additional resolution is debatable for most users. Mice for PCs generally have two buttons and some have more, whose action you can program with the mouse setup utility. Many mice also have a thumbwheel that sits between the two main buttons and lets you scroll up or down without using a program s scroll bars. Some folks prefer trackballs (see Figure 9.2) to traditional mice. With a trackball device, you move a ball with your thumb or finger instead of moving the mouse over a pad. You can think of a trackball as an upside-down mouse. Personally, I ve never been able to adjust to trackballs, but you may want to give one a try, especially if a traditional mouse is uncomfortable to you for some reason, or if you don t have enough room on your desk for a mouse pad.
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