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Challenge to VLSI & CAD
Tutorial Goals
Part 1:
Introduction to Wireless Communication Systems
Wireless Spectrum
Diversity of Applications in Wireless Communications
Characteristics of Wireless Systems
Time Varying Wireless Environment
Simplified View of a Digital Radio Link
Propagation of Radio Waves
Log-normal Shadowing Path Loss Model
Example Link Budget Calculation
Small-Scale Fading
Error Bursts due to Raleigh Flat Fading
Data Rate Limitation in Frequency Selective Fading
Combating the Wireless Channel Problems
A Digital Radio Link
Evolution of Mobile & RF Wireless Systems
Part 2-A:
Wireless Systems Design:
Digital Modulation & Demodulation - A “User’s View”
Commonly Used Digital Modulation Techniques
Selecting a Modulation Schemes
Metrics to Evaluate Modulation Schemes
Choice of a Modulation Scheme
A Geometric View of Modulation
The Constellation Space
Some Examples
Comparison of Several Modulation Methods
Multiple Access
Basestation versus Peer-to-Peer Models
Approaches to Wireless Multiple Access
Frequency Division Multiple Access (FDMA)
Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA)
Some TDMA Systems
Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA)
Spread Spectrum Signalling
What is Spread Spectrum Communication?
CDMA Using Direct Sequence (DS) Spread Spectrum
CDMA Using Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum
Contention-based Multiple Access
Contention-based Multiple Access in Wireless Systems?
IEEE 802.11 MAC
IEEE 802.11 MAC (contd.)
Cellular Systems
Space Division Multiple Access (SDMA)
Part 2-B:
The Un-wired World
Evolution of PCS Technologies, Systems, and Services
AMPS System (First Generation Analog)
GSM System (Second Generation Digital)
Cellular Data Packet Network (CDPD)
Designing Mobile Wireless Multimedia Systems
Generic Mobile & Wireless System Architecture
Radio Design Challenges
Partition between Analog and Digital Processing
A Direct-Sequence Spread-Spectrum Radio Modem
Transceiver Chip Design Issues
Costas Loop Filter Optimization
IF Wordlength Optimization
PN-Acquisition: Complexity/Performance Trade-off
A Single-Chip 1.2 Micron CMOS DSSS Radio Modem
Integration of Radio into a System
Example 1: UCLA’s Wireless Multimedia Node
Example 2: Bell Labs’ SWAN Wireless ATM System
FAWN Reconfigurable Wireless Adapter
Example 3: Personal Mobile Terminal
Example 4: Berkeley’s Infopad Project
Infopad Terminal Architecture
Example 5: Xerox PARCTAB
Design Trade-offs in Wireless Nodes
Design Issues
Adaptive Process Gain Improves Throughput
RF Processing: Power Dissipation
IF/Baseband Processing: Power Dissipation
Multipath Fading Requires Equalization
Bit Rate Limited by Equalizer Complexity
Physical Layer Processing to Improve Throughput
Understanding Energy Efficiency
Voltage-Parallelism Trade-Off for Low Power
Energy Efficiency is not just an Architecture Issue!
Low Power Design for Wireless
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