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60 GHz Technology for Gbps WLAN and WPAN From Theory to Practice by Alberto Valdes-Garcia, Pengfei Xia, Su-Khiong Yong

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Content

Preface

List of Contributors

1 Introduction to 60 GHz1

1.1 What is 60 GHz?

1.2 Comparison with other Unlicensed Systems

1.3 Potential Applications

1.4 Worldwide Regulation and Frequency Allocation

1.5 Industry Standardization Effort

1.6 Summary

2 60 GHz Channel Characterizations and Modeling1,2

2.1 Introduction to Wireless Channel Modeling

2.2 Modeling Approach and Classification of Channel Model

2.3 Channel Characterization

2.4 Industry Standard Channel Models

2.5 Summary

3 Non-Ideal Radio Frequency Front-End Models in 60 GHz Systems

3.1 RF Front-End Architecture

3.2 Nonlinear Power Amplifier

3.3 Phase Noise from Oscillators

3.4 Other RF Non-Idealities

4 Antenna Array Beamforming in 60 GHz

4.1 Introduction

4.2 60 GHz Channel Characteristics

4.3 Antenna Array Beamforming

4.4 Summary

5 Baseband Modulation

5.1 Introduction

5.2 OFDM Baseband Modulation

5.3 Case Study: IEEE 802.15.3c Audio Video OFDM

5.4 SC with Frequency-Domain Equalization

5.5 SC Transceiver Design and System Aspects

5.6 Digital Baseband Processing

6 60 GHz Radio Implementation in Silicon

6.1 Introduction

6.2 Overview of Semiconductor Technologies for 60 GHz Radios

6.3 60 GHz Front-End Components

6.4 Frequency Synthesis and Radio Architectures

6.5 Radio–Baseband Interface

7 Hardware Implementation for Single Carrier Systems

7.1 Introduction

7.2 Advantages and Challenges of SC Systems

7.3 System Design with Non-Coherent Detection2

7.4 System Design with Differentially Coherent Detection3

7.5 Test and Evaluation ...

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