Prediction of Mobile Radio Channels : Modeling and Design

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  title={Prediction of Mobile Radio Channels : Modeling and Design},
  author={Torbj{\"o}rn Ekman},
  year={2002}
}
Ekman, T., 2002. Prediction of Mobile Radio Channels: Modeling and Design, 254 pp. Uppsala. ISBN 91-506-1625-0. Prediction of the rapidly fading envelope of a mobile radio channel enables a number of capacity improving techniques like fast resource allocation and fast link adaptation. This thesis deals with linear prediction of the complex impulse response of a channel and unbiased quadratic prediction of the power. The design and performance of these predictors depend heavily on the… CONTINUE READING
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