Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. David J. Goodman
    Pages 1-12
  3. Michel Mouly, Marie-Bernadette Pautet
    Pages 13-20
  4. Andrea Baiocchi, Francesco Delli Priscoli, Francesco Grilli, Fabrizio Sestini
    Pages 33-44
  5. Zoran Siveski, Yeheskel Bar-Ness, David W. Chen
    Pages 67-75
  6. Ayman F. Naguib, Arogyaswami Paulraj
    Pages 87-100
  7. I. Ghareeb, A. Yongaço¯glu
    Pages 101-112
  8. Bernhard Mayr, Hans Weinrichter
    Pages 121-130
  9. Saverio Cacopardi, Fabrizio Frescura, Gianluca Reali
    Pages 131-140
  10. Spase L. Drakul, Ezio Biglieri
    Pages 141-149
  11. Risto Wichman, Jorma Lilleberg, Yrjö Neuvo
    Pages 172-183
  12. Josef Blanz, Anja Klein, Markus Naßhan, Andreas Steil
    Pages 184-195
  13. Armelle Wautier, Jean-Claude Dany, Christophe Mourot
    Pages 208-218
  14. F. R. Gfeller, P. Bernasconi, W. Hirt, C. Elisii, B. Weiss
    Pages 261-272
  15. Homayoun Hashemi, Farbod Behbahani, Gang Yun, Peter Galko, Mohsen Kavehrad
    Pages 273-284
  16. Cipriano R. A. T. Lomba, Rui T. Valadas, A. M. de Oliveira Duarte
    Pages 285-297
  17. M. J. McCullagh, D. R. Wisely, P. L. Eardley, P. P. Smyth
    Pages 298-309
  18. D. W. Bennett, P. B. Kenington, R. J. Wilkinson
    Pages 322-333
  19. Michele Zorzi, Laurence B. Milstein
    Pages 391-399
  20. Riccardo De Gaudenzi, Filippo Giannetti
    Pages 400-416
  21. E. Berruto, T. Brännlund, J. Gustafsson, D. Maiwald, W. Schott, P. Whitworth
    Pages 417-427
  22. D. Cygan, F. David, H. J. Eul, J. Hofmann, N. Metzner, W. Mohr
    Pages 428-439
  23. Michele Zorzi, Ramesh R. Rao
    Pages 452-463
  24. N. D. Vvedenskaya, J. C. Arnbak, B. S. Tsybakov
    Pages 464-475
  25. Peter Nilsson, Mats Torkelson, Kent Palmkvist, Mark Vesterbacka, Lars Wanhammar
    Pages 510-521
  26. Andrew J. Viterbi, Audrey M. Viterbi, Klein S. Gilhousen, Ephraim Zehavi
    Pages 541-551

About these proceedings


The Global System for Mobile Communication met with wide acceptance in 1993. Its technical conception has significant advantages over the first generation of cellular systems. Digital European Cordless Telecommunications will provide similar advantages. In Europe, the second generation of wireless communication is established and a Universal Mobile Telecommunications System is currently being conceived. All this leads to a natural subdivision of current research into four categories: new and improved usage of existing standards, signal processing algorithms that are simpler or closer to the optimum, forther development of existing systems, and work that will ultimately lead to new system proposals. This volume presents the proceedings of a seminar at which all these categories were covered.


Code Kodierung Resolution Signalverarbeitung Symbol Telekommunikation Wireless LAN algorithms cellular networks coding communication data transmission mobile Kommunikation mobile communications signal processing

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  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1994
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-57856-7
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-48359-5
  • Series Print ISSN 0302-9743
  • Series Online ISSN 1611-3349
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