Über den Autor
Francisco Rodrigo Porto Cavalcanti, is currently doctor in Electrical Engineering, Project Management Professional, as a Full Professor at Federal University of Ceara (Brazil). He is the Director at GTEL Wireless Telecommunications Research Group, Program Manager at GTEL for Ericsson Innovation Center-Brazil.
Radio Resource Management for Coordinated Multipoint Systems.- Resource Allocation for Improved User Satisfaction with Applications to LTE.- Radio Resource Management for Device-to-Device Communications in Long Term Evolution Networks.- Capacity, Fairness and QoS Trade-Offs in Wireless Networks with Applications to LTE.- The Design of Efficient, Low-Complexity Cooperative Diversity Schemes from Different Perspectives.- Distributed Optimization Techniques in Wireless Communication Networks.- A Genetic Algorithm for the Optimization of MIMO Antenna Arrays.- Multiantenna Multicarrier Transceiver Architectures.- Precoder Design for Coordinated Multipoint Systems.- Interference Alignment, Concepts and Algorithms for Wireless Systems.- Null-space Precoder for Dense 4G and Beyond Networks.
This book will be a comprehensive collection of advanced concepts related to 4th generation wireless communication systems. It will be divided into two main parts: resource allocation and transceiver architectures. These two research areas are at the core of the recent advances experimented by wireless communication systems. Each chapter will cover a relevant, timely, topic with two focuses: a first part which is of tutorial and survey nature, reviews the state of the art in that topic, followed by a more deep treatment including current research topics, case studies and performance analysis.
Presents case studies based on LTE system models or inspired by LTE system parameters
Addresses concepts that are being considered for the general evolution of 4G systems
Examines performance analysis in scenarios inspired or explicitly modeled based on the LTE system