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The ultimate performance limits of wireless systems are determined by the wireless propagation channels that we have investigated in the previous parts. The task of practical transceiver design now involves nding suitable modulation schemes, codes, and signal processing algorithms so that these performance limits can be approximated as closely as possible. This task always involves a tradeoff between the performance and the hardware and software effort. As technology progresses, more and more complicated schemes can be implemented. For example, a third-generation cellphone has a computation power that is comparable to a (year 2000) personal computer, and can thus implement signal processing algorithms whose practical use was unthinkable in the mid-1990s. For this reason, this part of the book will not pay too much attention to algorithm complexity what is too complex at the current time might well be a standard solution a few years down the road. The part starts with a description of the general structure of a transceiver in 10. It describes the various blocks in a transmitter and receiver, as well as simpli ed models that can be used for system simulations and design. Next, we discuss the various modulation formats, and their speci c advantages and disadvantages for their use in a wireless context. For example, we nd that constant-modulus modulation methods are especially useful for battery-powered transmitters, since they allow the use of high-ef ciency ampli ers. Building on the formal mathematical description of those modulation formats, 12 then describes how to evaluate their performance in terms of bit error probability in different types of fading channels. We nd that the performance of such systems is mostly limited by two effects: fading and delay dispersion. The effect of fading can be greatly mitigated by diversity, i.e., by transmitting the same signal via different paths. 13 describes the different methods of obtaining such different paths, e.g., by implementing multiple antennas, by repeating the signal at different frequencies, or at different times. The chapter also discusses the effect that the diversity has on the performance of the different modulation schemes. Negative effects of the delay dispersion can also be combated by diversity; however, it is more effective to use equalization. Equalizers do not only combat intersymbol interference created by delayed echoes of the original signal, but they make use of them, exploiting the energy contained in such echoes. They can thus lead to a considerable improvement of performance, especially in systems with high data rates and/or systems operating in channels with large delay spreads. 16 describes different equalizer structures, from the simple linear equalizers to the optimum (but highly complex) maximum-likelihood sequence detectors.
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the Smith chart by one inductor and one capacitor by two options. This reduction of the number of inductors is a signi cant improvement in RF circuit design, especially in RFIC design. Figure 10.12 also shows that instead of two capacitors, one inductor and one capacitor can form an impedance matching network if the original impedance to be matched is located in region 3. It provides an alternative method but is not as good as that of implementing an impedance matching network by only two capacitors. In real life engineering design, most impedance matching networks are built and inserted between a source and the input of a device, or between the output of a device and a load. Figure 10.13 shows the input and output impedance matching networks located before and after the device respectively. The selection of topology for input and output impedance matching networks in such a case is somewhat different from that in general cases. 3) Consideration of DC blocking, DC feeding, and DC short circuiting The input and output impedance matching network of a device must play the role of not only impedance matching but also that of DC blocking and DC feeding. An overview of all the topologies listed in Table 10.4, shows that only topologies (4) LP CS or (7) LP LS are available for DC feeding. However, topology (7) LP LS, cannot serve for DC blocking, and, on the other hand, it consists of two inductors, so it is immediately discarded as an option in consideration of DC blocking and cost-saving. It is therefore concluded that topology 4), LP CS, is the exclusive choice for the input and output impedance matching network of the device. Figure
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