Propagation Engineering in Wireless Communications

Title

Propagation Engineering in Wireless Communications

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Description

This book covers the basic principles for understanding radio wave propagation for common frequency bands used in radio-communications. This includes achievements and developments in propagation models for wireless communication. This book is intended to bridge the gap between the theoretical calculations and approaches to the applied procedures needed for radio links design in a proper manner. The authors emphasize propagation engineering by giving fundamental information and explain the use of basic principles together with technical achievements. This new edition includes additional information on radio wave propagation in guided media and technical issues for fiber optics cable networks with several examples and problems. This book also includes a solution manual - with 90 solved examples distributed throughout the chapters - and 158 problems including practical values and assumptions.

ISBN

9783319327822

Publication Date

2016

Publisher

Springer

City

New York, NY

Keywords

Radio wave propagation, Wireless communication systems

Disciplines

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Comments

Second edition