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Autor: David Grace
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Broadband Communications via High Altitude Platforms

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A unique book with systematic and thorough coverage of HAP relatedissues, problems and solutions. Handbook of BroadbandCommunications from High Altitude Platforms provides a thoroughoverview and state of the art of the HAP enabling technologies, aswell as describing recent research activities with most promisingresults. It outlines the roadmap for future development of HAPs.* Focuses on placing HAPs in the perspective of current andfuture broadband wireless communication systems, providing thereaders with an overview of the constraints affecting HAP-basedbroadband communications
* Provides a thorough overview of HAP enabling technologies,describes recent research activities with most promising results,and outlines the roadmap for future development of HAPs
* Covers enabling technologies and economics of HAP-basedcommunication system including issues related to aeronautics,energetics, operating scenarios, applications and businessmodeling
* Examines the operating environment, advanced communicationtechniques for efficient radio link resource management, andsuitable antennas
* Addresses multiplatform constellations, presenting the multipleHAP constellation planning procedure and discussing the networkingimplications of using multiple HAPs
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1. INTRODUCTION.

1.1. Introduction.

1.2. History.

1.3. Wireless communications in a HAP environment.

1.4. Candidate standards for provision of services andapplications from HAPs.

1.5. Overview of past and present HAP related projects, trialsand development plans.

1.6. References.

2. AERONAUTICS AND ENERGETICS.

2.1. Operating environment and related challenges.

2.2. Types of airborne vehicles used for HAPs.

2.3. Power subsystem alternatives.

2.4. Flight / altitude control.

2.5. Typical characteristics of HAP aircraft and airships.

2.6. References.

3. OPERATING SCENARIOS AND REFERENCE ARCHITECTURES.

3.1. Operating scenarios.

3.2. Antenna requirements and related challenges.

3.3. System and network architecture of HAP-based communicationsystems.

3.4. References.

4. APPLICATIONS AND BUSINESS MODELLING.

4.1. Introduction.

4.2. Applications and services.

4.3. Business Model Introduction.

4.4. Service Provider Centric Models.

4.5. HAP Operator Centric Model.

4.6. Risk Assessment.

4.7. References.

5. FUTURE DEVELOPMENT OF HAPs AND HAP-BASED APPLICATIONS.

5.1. Trends in aeronautical development.

5.2. HAP roadmaps for different types of applications.

5.3. Telecommunication missions.

5.4. References.

6. HAP SYSTEM OPERATING ENVIRONMENT.

6.1. Operating environment and related limitations.

6.2. Propagation channel modelling.

6.3. HAP RF propagation channel modelling.

6.4. Conclusion.

6.5. References.

7. FSO IN HAP-BASED COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS.

7.1. Applicability of FSO technology to HAP networks.

7.2. Physical layer aspects for FSO links in HAP networks.

7.3. Free space optics for optical transport networks.

7.4. References.

8. ADVANCED COMMUNICATION TECHNIQUES AS ENABLERS FOR HAP-BASEDCOMMUNICATION SYSTEMS.

8.1. Modern wireless system design concepts.

8.2. Diversity techniques.

8.3. Multiple input multiple output systems.

8.4. Adaptive coding modulation schemes.

8.5. Advanced radio resource management techniques.

8.6. References.

9. MULTIPLE HAP NETWORKS.

9.1. Why multiple HAP constellations?

9.2. Multiple HAP constellation planning.

9.3. User Antenna Pointing Error in Multiple HAP Systems.

9.4. Two Ring Constellation Design for Multiple HAP Systems.

9.5. Constraints of Two-ring Constellation Designs.

9.6. References.

10. NETWORKING IMPLICATIONS OF USING MULTIPLE HAPCONSTELLATIONS.

10.1. Network protocols.

10.2. Mobility management in HAP-based communicationsystems.

10.3. Mobility and Backhaul Load Reduction Techniques.

10.4. References.

Index.

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Autor: David Grace
ISBN-13 :: 9780470971833
ISBN: 0470971835
Verlag: John Wiley & Sons
Seiten: 400
Sprache: Englisch
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