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Wireless Access in Vehicular Environments Technology

Theory, Simulation and Prototyping

This book provides fundamental theories, schemes and algorithms of WAVE system and describes relevant technologies covering all the aspects of mathematical analysis, software simulations, hardware implementations and field experiments. Les mer
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Vår pris: 2016,-

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This book provides fundamental theories, schemes and algorithms of WAVE system and describes relevant technologies covering all the aspects of mathematical analysis, software simulations, hardware implementations and field experiments. Wireless Access in Vehicular Environments Technology discusses WAVE technology and system ranging from dedicated vehicular channel model, OFDM transmission under diverse Doppler shifts conditions, high dynamic RF front ends, innovative baseband processing, link level, system level and network level simulations of WAVE systems, prototyping initiatives upon digital signal processing (DSP) and field programmable gate array (FPGA) development kits, and experiments on vehicular communications and networks upon WAVE systems.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

From the Contents: Part I. Background of Organic Solar Cells.- Introduction to Organic Solar Cells.- Part II: Materials of Organic Solar Cells.- Active layer materials for organic solar cells.- Interface Engineering for High Performance Bulk-Heterojunction Polymeric Solar Cells.- Graphene for Transparent Electrodes and Organic Electronic Devices.- Part III. Device Physics of Organic Solar Cells.- Exciton and Charge Dynamics in Polymer Solar Cells Studied by Transient Absorption Spectroscopy.

Om forfatteren

Weidong Xiang is an Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering at the University of Michigan