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Introduction to Digital Communication

ISBN-10: 0138964815
ISBN-13: 9780138964818
Edition: 2nd 2001
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Book details

List price: $253.80
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 8/9/2000
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 905
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.25" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 3.234
Language: English

Signal-space methods provide a unifying framework for modulation, detection and coding concpets. Three chapters on coding provide valuable design information for communications systems.

Introduction to Digital Data Transmission
Components of a Digital Communication System
Communications Channel Modeling
Communication Link Power Calculations
Driving Forces in Communications
Computer Use in Communication System Analysis and Design
Preview of the Book
Signals, Systems, Modulation, and Noise: Overview
Review of Signal and Linear System Theory
Basic Analog Modulation Techniques
Complex Envelope Representation of Bandpass Signals and Systems
Signal Distortion and Filtering
Practical Filter Types and Characteristics
Sampling Theory
Random Processes
Computer Generation of Random Variables
Basic Digital Communication Systems
The Binary Digital Communications Problem
Signaling through Bandlimited Channels
Equalization in Digital Data Transmission
A Digital Communication System Simulation Example
Noise Effects in Pulse Code Modulation
Signal-Space Methods in Digital Data Transmission
Optimum Receiver Principals in Terms of Vector Spaces
Performance Analysis of Coherent Digital Signaling Schemes
Signaling Schemes Not Requiring Coherent References at the Receiver
Comparison of Digital Modulation Systems
Comparison of M-ary Digital Modulation Schemes on Power and Bandwidth-Equivalent Bases
Some Commonly Used Modulation Schemes
Design Examples and System Tradeoffs
Multi-h Continuous Phase Modulation
Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing
Channel Degradations in Digital Communications
Synchronization in Communication Systems
The Effects of Slow Signal Fading in Communicative Systems
Diagnostic Tools for Communication System Design
Fundamentals of Information Theory and Block Coding
Basic Concepts of Information Theory
Fundamentals of Block Coding
Coding Performance in Slow Fading Channels
Fundamentals of Convolutional Coding
Basic Concepts
The Viterbi Algorithm
Good Convolutional Codes and Their Performance
Other Topics
Fundamentals of Repeat Request Systems
General Considerations
Three ARQ Strategies
Codes for Error Detection
Spread-Spectrum Systems
Two Communication Problems
Types of Spread-Spectrum Systems
Complex-Envelope Representation of Spread Spectrum
Generation and Properties of Pseudorandom Sequences
Synchronization of Spread-Spectrum Systems
Performance of Spread-Spectrum Systems in Jamming Environments
Performance in Multiple User Environments
Multiuser Detection
Examples of Spread-Spectrum Systems
Introduction to Cellular Radio Communications
Frequency Reuse
Channel Models
Mitigation Techniques for the Multipath Fading Channel
System Design and Performance Prediction
Advanced Mobile Phone Service
Global System for Mobile Communications
Code Division Multiple Access
Recommended Further Reading
Satellite Communications
Allocation of a Satellite Transmission Resource
Link Power Budget Analysis
Examples of Link Power Budget Calculations
Low- and Medium-Earth Orbit Voice Messaging Satellite Systems
Probability and Random Variables, Probability Theory
Random Variables, Probability Density Functions, and Averages
Characteristic Function and Probability Generating Function
Transformations of Random Variables
Central Limit Theorem
Characterization of Internally Generated Noise
Attenuation of Radio-Wave Propagation by Atmospheric Gases and Rain
Generation of Coherent References
Description of Phase Noise and Its Properties
Phase-Lock Loop Models and Characteristics of Operation
Frequency Synthesis
Gaussian Probability Function
Mathematical Tables
The Sinc Function
Trigonometric Identities
Indefinite Integrals
Definite Integrals
Series Expansions
Fourier Transform Theorems
Fourier Transform Pairs
Index

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