Chapter 15

Analog and Time Division Multiple Access Wireless Communications


This chapter focuses on the analogy and time division multiple access wireless communication. It has helped to fetch out the history of wireless communication from its past. The background of the wireless communication is described step-by-step. This includes a description of early digital innovations, frequency reuse enabled by low cost microprocessors and RF synthesizers as well the digital signal processor (DSP). Further, using digital voice compression technology, known as vocoders, the required data rate can be decreased. The original goal of second-generation digital systems was a large increase in capacity compared with analog mobile phone systems based upon ...

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