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Data Communication using Pulse Shaping techniques in wireless signal processing approach-In depth review

  title={Data Communication using Pulse Shaping techniques in wireless signal processing approach-In depth review},
  author={Ankur Singh Kang and Vishal Sharma},
One of the most challenging issues facing deployment of 3G technology is how to make the network architectures compatible with each other. New signaling techniques are being designed specially to enhance today’s 2G networks, deliver unprecedented functionality for 3G, and successfully derive the future generation of wireless systems, thus delivering immediate and long term benefits to subscribers. With the architecture of each generation of wireless devices addressed in the development of… 

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