The main reference for these lectures is Chapter 2 in Tse and Viswanath.
Wireless Channel models are also extensively covered in the ECE 380 text:
T. Rappaport, Wireless Communications - Principles and Practice, 2nd Ed.,
Prentice Hall 2002.
Clarke presented his model for a Rayleigh fading channel in:
R. Clarke, "A Statistical Theory of Mobile Radio Reception," Bell Systems Technical
Journal, Vol. 47, 1968.
The use of finite-state Markov models for fading channels is discussed in:
H. Wang and N. Moayeri,
"Finite-state Markov channel - A useful model for radio communication, "
IEEE Trans. on Vehic. Technology, Feb. 1995.
Finite state channel models have been studied for many years - see for example
Chapter 4.6 in:
R. Gallager, "Information Theory and Reliable Communication," Wiley, 1968.
The block-fading channel model was introduced in
L. Ozarow, S. Shamai and A. Wyner, "Information theoretic considerations
for cellular mobile radio," IEEE Trans. on Vehic. Technol., vol. 43, May 1994.
A comprehensive survey of fading channel models
as well as many of the other topics that we will discuss
can be found in:
E. Biglieri, et. al, "Fading Channels: Information Theoretic and Communications Aspects,"
IEEE Trans. on Information Theory, Vol. 44, Oct. 1998.