JPL's Wireless Communication Reference Website Bibliography

Microcellular Systems and Networks

  1. J.P.M.G. Linnartz, A.J. 't Jong and R. Prasad, "Effect of Coding in Digital Microcellular Personal Communication systems with co-channel Interference, Fading, shadowing and Noise", IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communication, Vol. JSAC-11, No. 6, August 1993, pp. 901-910.
  2. T.L. Doumi, T.N. Kanaropoulos and J.G. Gardiner, "Outage probability in indoor TDMA cordless telecommunications," Electron. Lett., 24 June 1993, v. 29, no. 13, pp. 1220-1221.
    Outage prob. expression in DECT-like environment where received signal is subject to uniform shadowing for n interferers using specific values for received powers.
  3. E. Green, "Path loss and signal variability analysis for microcells", 5th IEE International Conference on Mobile Radio and Personal Communication, Warwick, U.K., 11-14 December 1989, pp. 38-42.
  4. H. Harley, "Short distance attenuation measurements at 900 MHz and 1.8 GHz using low antenna heights for microcells", IEEE J. Sel. Areas in Commun., Vol. JSAC-7, No. 1, 1989, pp. 5-10.
  5. S.T.S. Chia, R. Steele, E. Green and A. Baran, "Propagation and bit error ratio measurements for a microcellular system", J. Inst. of Electric and Radio Engineering, Vol. 57, No. 6 (supplement), Nov./Dec. 1987, pp. S255-266.
  6. R.L. Pickholtz, L.B. Milstein, D.L. Schilling, M. Kullback, D. Fishman and W.H. Biederman, "Field tests designed to demonstrate increased spectral efficiency for personal communications" in Proc. IEEE Globecom '91, Phoenix, 1991, pp. 878-882.
  7. K.L. Blackard, M.J. Feuerstein, T.S. Rappaport, S.Y. Seidel and H.H. Xia, "Path loss and delay spread models as functions of antenna height for microcellular system design", in Proc. 42nd IEEE Vehicular Technolgy Society, Vol. 1, May 10-13, 1992 Denver, CO, pp. 333-337.
  8. H.H. Xia, H.L. Bertoni, L.R. Maciel, A. Lindsay-Stewart, R. Rowe and L. Grindstaff, "Radio propagation measurements and modelling for line of sight micro-cellular systems", in Proc. 42nd IEEE Vehicular Technolgy Society, Vol. 1, May 10-13, 1992 Denver, CO, pp. 349-354.
  9. J-E. Berg, R Bownds and F. Lotse, "Path loss and fading models for microcells at 900 MHz", in Proc. 42nd IEEE Vehicular Technolgy Society, Vol. 2, May 10-13, 1992 Denver, CO, pp. 666-671.
  10. A.J. Goldsmith and L.J. Greenstein, "An empirical model for urban microcells with applications and extensions", in Proc. 42nd IEEE Vehicular Technolgy Society, Vol. 1, May 10-13, 1992 Denver, CO, pp. 419-422.
  11. M. Li, et al, "Analysis of intermodulation distortion specification for radio LANs using multicarrier schemes," Electron. Lett., 24 June 1993, v. 29, no. 13, pp. 1229-1231.
    Theoretical results (closed-form expression) and Monte-Carlo simulation. results for blocking (outage) probability as a function of HPA IMD level in a multicarrier LAN. It was shown that some HPA nonlinearity is tolerable in radio LANs using multicarrier schemes with reduction in link performance.
  12. P. Dent, G.E. Bottomley and T.Croft, "Jakes fading model revisited," Electron. Lett., 24 June 1993, v. 29, no. 13, pp. 1162-1163.
    It is difficult to create multiple UNCORRELATED fading waveforms in the Jakes fading model. By reformulating the model with slightly different arrival angles and weighing the rays by orthogonal weight functions, we get uncorrelated fading waveforms.


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