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The second edition of this popular text describes the salient features of modern wireless communication systems integrated with rigorous analyses of the devices and physical mechanisms that constitute the physical layers of these systems. After a review of Maxwell's equations, it explains the operation of antennas and antenna arrays in sufficient detail to allow for design calculations. The text explores the propagation of electromagnetic waves leading to useful descriptions of mean path loss through the streets of a city or inside an office building. It also covers the principles of probability theory as well as the physics of Geostationary Earth Orbiting satellites and Low Earth Orbiting satellites.
An Introduction to Modern Wireless Communications. Noise in Wireless Communications. Antennas. Antenna Arrays. Radio Frequency (RF) Wave Propagation. Statistical Considerations In Designing Cell Phone Systems and Wireless Local Area Networks (WLANs). Tropospheric and Ionospheric Effects in Long-Range Communications. Satellite Communications (SATCOM).