Reconfigurable Mobile Radio Systems
A Snapshot of Key Aspects Related to Reconfigurability in Wireless Systems
Publication Date: May 2007 Hardback 256 pp.
Different aspects of the reconfigurability of mobile radio systems are analyzed in this book. These include services, object modeling applied to software radio, flexible spectrum management, trade-offs for building a reconfigurable terminal, an example of a pure software radio modem, adaptive MIMO techniques and analog-to-digital converter.
1. Service and adaptive uses, Guillaume Dorbes.
2. Object modeling and software-defined radio, Antoine Delautre and Yann Denef.
3. Trade-offs for building a reconfigurable radio terminal, Marylin Arndt et al.
4. A UMTS-TDD software radio platform, Michelle Wetterwald et al.
5. Iterative approach for hardware reconfigurability: the RAKE receiver,
Ioannis Krikidis, Linda Naviner and Jean-Luc Danger.
6. Antenna arrays and reconfigurable MIMO systems, Sébastien Roy and Jean-Yves Chouinard.
7. Analog-to-digital conversion for software radio, Patrick Loumeau, Linda Naviner and Jean-François Naviner.
8. Flexible spectrum management, David Grandblaise.
About the Authors
Guillaume Vivier is a researcher at Motorola Labs in France where he actively contributes to the definition of Systems Beyond 3G and to the Seamless Mobility area. He is responsible for the "Radio system Optimization" group in charge of design and management of heterogeneous radio systems. He is also a senior member of the IEEE.