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Introduction to Digital Mobile Communication, 2nd Edition by Yoshihiko Akaiwa

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INDEX

  • a priori probabilities
  • A-b-S (analysis-by-synthesis)
  • ACPR see adjacent channel leakage power ratio (ACPR)
  • Adachi, F.
  • adaptive
    • array antenna
    • automatic equalizer
    • cooperation
    • delta modulation
    • differential pulse code modulation
    • interference cancellation
    • interference suppression
    • predictive coding
    • predistorter amplifier
    • signal processing
    • signal separation
  • adaptive differential pulse code modulation (ADPCM)
  • adaptive predictive coding (APC)
  • additive white Gaussian noise
  • adjacent channel leakage power ratio (ACPR)
  • ADPCM see adaptive differential pulse code modulation (ADPCM)
  • advanced encryption standard (AES)
  • AES see advanced encryption standard (AES)
  • AF see amplified and forwarded (AF)
  • AGC see automatic gain control
  • Akaiwa, Y.
  • ALC see automatic level control
  • algebraic CELP (ACELP)
  • aliasing error
  • ALOHA system
    • pure ALOHA
    • slotted ALOHA
  • alternating-current circuit theory
  • alternative-mark-inversion (AMI) code
  • AM-AM conversion
  • amplified and forwarded (AF)
  • amplifier
    • carrier (class-AB)
    • class-AB
    • class AB power
    • class-B
    • class-C
    • common
    • Doherty
    • feedback
    • feed-forward
    • LINC
    • linear power
    • negative feedback
    • nonlinearity compensated
    • peak
    • predistorter
    • push-pull
    • saturated power
  • amplitude shift keying (ASK)
  • AM-PM conversion
  • AMPS
  • antenna aperture
  • APC see Adaptive predictive coding (APC)
  • ARP see Autonomous reuse partitioning (ARP)
  • ASK see Amplitude Shift Keying (ASK)
  • automatic
    • gain control
    • level control
  • automatic repeat request (ARQ)
    • Go Back
    • hybrid ARQ
    • Selective Repeat
    • Stop and Wait
  • autonomous ...

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