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Space-Time Processing for CDMA Mobile Communications

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27 Aug 2002 (Updated )

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Written for research students and design engineers, this book addresses many basic questions related to the use of space-time processing in CDMA-based third-generation systems.

For a full book description and ordering information, please refer to

http://www.mathworks.com/support/books/book1654.jsp?category=2&language=-1

MATLAB release MATLAB 5.2 (R10)
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22 Mar 2007 Said Saleh

Hi All, I tried to run this package on matlab 7, but it did not work. Any one have any idea?
Regards

18 Dec 2006 d b v singh

fine & useful

11 Oct 2006 Ahmed jad elrab

Just I need your help to simuate Spatio-temporal smart antenna in WCDMA or Space Time processing for CDMA system

19 Apr 2006 mahen umbarkar

thank u

10 Apr 2006 zaripov shokir  
24 Sep 2005 Ram Prasad Paudel

very nice book

09 Apr 2005 a ramki

good one perhaps

24 Nov 2004 felipe acevedo vieira

Dear Mr. Danie Van Wyk. I'm student of systems and computation in Colombia. I have the code of simulator of your book space-time. I would like if in this simulator makes the digital beamforming and what geometry of array uses?

27 Feb 2004 Naveed Altaf

ok

08 Jan 2004 biswa mangaraj

I have just downloaded

28 Sep 2003 jacky mooktie

dear Mr. danie van wyk. I'm a studen of telecommunication college in Indonesia. I need to know about circular disk of scatterers model(CDSM). My refference paper suggest me to find CDSM distribution function to your book. But i've never found that book in Indonesia. Would you like to explain me about CDSM (in this case, according to CDMA wireless coom,)

12 Mar 2003 ta ta  
05 Feb 2003 Young-Heung Kang

I hope these programs will be good for my studies.

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