"Wireless Communications: Theory and Techniques" covers fundamental concepts of wireless communications including extensive discussion of cellular system design principles, interference and signal processing related topics. The author identifies the complexities of providing reliable wireless communications in the presence of several signal impairing parameters of the channel.
1: Overview Of Wireless Communications. 2: Macro-Characterization Of Wireless Channels. 3: Micro-Characterization Of Wireless Channels. 4: Signal Transmission Over Mobile Radio Channels. 5: Interference, Distortion And Noise. 6: Antennas For Mobile Radio Systems. 7: Signal Processing In Wireless Communications. 8: Multiple Access Communications. 9: Mobile Wireless Systems And Services. 10: Wireless Data Systems. 11: Wireless Cellular System Design Principles. 12: Mobile Wireless Cellular Systems. 13: Third Generation Wireless Communication Systems. 14: Wireless Systems Beyond 3G. Appendix A: Signal Envelope Characteristics. Appendix B: Signal Phase Characteristics. Appendix C: Random Fm Characteristics. Appendix D: JTC Power Delay Profile Models.