ISBN-10: 013020031X

ISBN-13: 9780130200310

Edition: 4th 2001 (Revised)

Authors: Warren Hioki

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For courses in Telecommunications and Data Communications. This introduction to the technical aspects of state-of-the-art telecommunications and data communications explores fundamental principles in a simplified, yet comprehensive and practical manner. Using exceptionally easy-to-read explanations and an abundance of drawings, tables, and charts, it explains both concepts and their applications.
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List price: $219.40
Edition: 4th
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 8/25/2000
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 664
Size: 8.25" wide x 10.00" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 3.146
Language: English

Introduction to Telecommunications
Role of the Communication System
What Is Telecommunications?
The Data Communication System
Future Trends in Telecommunications
The 1996 Telecommunications Reform Act
Effects of Noise
Noise Measurements
The Decibel
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
Noise Factor and Noise Figure
Bit Error Rate
Channel Capacity
Noise Types
Atmospheric and Extraterrestrial Noise
Gaussian Noise
Impulse Noise
Amplitude Modulation
Defining AM
Generating the AM Waveform
Analysis of the AM Wave
Modulation Index
Envelope of the AM Waveform
Frequency Spectrum of the AM Wave
Power Distribution in the AM Waveform
Power Distribution in the AM Wave for 100% Modulation
Amplitude Modulation with Signals Other Than a Sine Wave
Single Sideband
Double-Sideband Suppressed Carrier
The Balanced Modulator
SSB Generation
Vestigial Sideband
Frequency Modulation
Angle Modulation
Modulation Index
Frequency Analysis of the FM Wave
Carrier Frequency Eigenvalues
Bandwidth Requirements for FM
Power in the FM Wave
FM Noise
Phasor Analysis of FM Noise
Pre-emphasis and De-emphasis
FM Generation
Varactor-Tuned Modulators
Reactance Modulator
Indirect FM Using the Armstrong Method
Pulse Modulation and Encoding Techniques
Advantages and Disadvantages of Pulse Modulation
Pulse-Code Modulation
Pulse-Amplitude Modulation
Regenerative Repeater
Distortion in a PCM Signal
Voice Compression in a PCM System
The Codec
Pulse-Width Modulation
Pulse-Position Modulation
Delta Modulation
Encoding Techniques
Unipolar Versus Bipolar Encoding
Nonreturn-to-Zero Invert
Self-Clocking Codes
The Phase-Locked Loop
PLL Theory of Operation
Frequency Synthesizer
Transmission Codes
Computer Number Systems
The Decimal Number System
The Binary Number System
The Octal Number System
The Hexadecimal Number System
Binary-Coded Decimal
BCD Addition
Excess-3 Code
Gray Code
Morse Code
ASCII Control Characters
Bar Codes
What Is Bar Code?
Bar Code Formats
Code 39
Universal Product Code
Terminal Classifications
Dumb Terminals
Smart Terminals
Intelligent Terminals
NC Terminals
The ASCII Terminal
Alphanumeric Display
Screen Capacity
Keyboard Layout
Function Keys
Special Function Keys
Editing Keypad
Numeric Keypad
Baud Rate Selection
Transmission Modes
Using the Control (CTRL) Key
Escape Sequences
Terminal Interfaces
RS-232 Interface
RS-449, RS-422-A, and RS-423-A Interface
Ethernet Interface
Current Loop Interface
IEEE-488 Interface Bus
SCSI Interface
Serial Interfaces
Synchronous Versus Asynchronous Serial Transmission
Asynchronous Serial Link Protocol
Synchronous Serial Link Protocol
Protocol Efficiency
Development of the Modem
A Need for Standardization
EIA RS-232 Interface Standard
Electrical Signal Specification
Noise Margin and Noise Immunity
An Asynchronous RS-232 Transmitted Character
Mechanical Specification
Functional Specification
Functional Definition
Interfacing DTE to DCE
A Complete RS-232 Interface
RS-232 9-Pin Serial Port Connector
RS-232 Interface to Devices Other Than a Modem
EIA RS-449, RS-422-A, and RS-423-A
Improving the Old Standard
EIA Objectives in Setting the New Standards
RS-449 Interchange Circuits
EIA RS-449 Mechanical Specification
EIA RS-422-A and RS-423-A: Balanced Versus Unbalanced Circuits
RS-422-A and RS-423-A Common-Mode Rejection
RS-422-A and RS-423-A Voltage Specification
Twenty- and Sixty-Milliampere Current Loop Standards
The Uart
UART Interface
UART Receiver Section
Double Buffering the UART Receiver
Composite Serial Character
Receiver Timing
Start Bit Detection
Receiver Sample Clock Generation
False Start Bit Detection
Flowcharting the Operation of the Receiver
UART Transmitter Section
Transmitter Composite Character
Transmit Shift Clock Generation
Transmitter Timing
Implementing the Transmit Hold and Shift Registers
Inserting Parity
The UART Interface
Interfacing the USART
Level Translation
RS-232 Interface to a Terminal
USART Transmit and Receive Clock
Addressing the USART
8251A Block Diagram and Pin Configuration
Initializing the 8251A USART for Communication
Mode Instruction Definition for Asynchronous Communication
Mode Instruction Definition for Synchronous Communication
Command Instruction Definition
Status Read Definition
Asynchronous 4800-Baud Communication Program for the 8251A USART
Program Task
Mode Word Format
Command Word Format
Status Word Format
Error Detection: PE, OE, and FE
PE: Parity Error
OE: Overrun Error
FE: Framing Error
Introduction to the 16550A High-Speed UART
The 16550A UART Features
The Telephone Set and Subscriber Loop Interface
Basic Functions of the Telephone Set
Telephone Transmitter
Telephone Receiver
Telephone Ringer
Telephone Hybrid
Rotary Dialing with the Bell 500 Telephone
Telephone Gain Control
Electronic Pulse Dialing Telephone
Dual-Tone Multifrequency
The Local Loop
A Need for Centralized Switching
The Local Feeder Network
Telephone Cable Color Codes
Operating Specifications and Call Procedures
Call Progress Tones
Caller ID
Line Characteristics
Bandwidth Constraints
Loop Resistance
The Private Line
Line Conditioning
Unconditioned Voice-Grade Lines
Conditioning the Private Line
The Telephone Network
The Public Switched Telephone Network
Switching Hierarchy of North America
Two-Wire Versus Four-Wire Circuits
Echo Suppressors and Echo Cancellers
Analog Companding
Transmission Media for Trunks
Open-Wire Pairs
Twisted-Pair Wires
Coaxial Cable
Microwave Links
Submarine Cables
Satellite Communications
Central Office Switching Systems
Step-by-Step Switching
Crossbar Switch
Electronic Switching System
Space-Division Multiplexing
Frequency-Division Multiplexing
Time-Division Multiplexing
North American Digital Multiplex Hierarchy
The Bell System T1 Carrier
Digital Channel Banks
Pulse Train for the T1 Carrier
B8ZS Coding
Modem Features
Interface Techniques
Acoustically Coupled Modems
Direct-Connect Modems
Modulation Techniques
Modem Transmission Modes
The Bell Family of Modems
Bell 103/113 Modem
Bell 202 Modem
Bell 212A Modem
Bell 201 B/C Modem
Bell 208A and 208B Modems
Bell 209A Modem
ITU-TS Modems and Recommendations
ITU-TS Modem Recommendation V.22bis
ITU-TS Modem Recommendation V.29
ITU-TS Modem Recommendation V.32
ITU-TS Modem Recommendation V.32bis and V.32 terbo
ITU-TS Modem Recommendation V.33
ITU-TS Modem Recommendation V.42
ITU-TS Modem Recommendation V.42bis
ITU-TS Modem Recommendation V.34
ITU-TS Modem Recommendation V.34+
ITU-TS Modem Recommendation V.90
ISDN Modem
Cable Modem
ADSL Modem
Analog Loopback Test
Digital Loopback Test
Modem Synchronization
Scrambling and Descrambling
Modem File Transfer Protocols
Microcom Networking Protocol
Link Access Procedure
Improving Modem Performance
Modem Error Control
Data Compression
Huffman Encoding
Synchronous Protocols
Standards Organizations for Data Communications
ISO-Open Systems Interconnect Seven-Layer Model
Bit-Oriented Protocols Versus Byte-Oriented Protocols
BISYNC Message Block Format
Transparent Text Mode
BISYNC Point-to-Point Line Control
BISYNC Multipoint Line Control
Telecommunications Switching Facilities
Circuit Switching
Message Switching
Packet Switching
High-Level Data Link Control
HDLC Frame Format
Zero-Bit Insertion and Deletion
HDLC Abort and Idle Condition
Control and Information Exchange
Local Area Networks
The Local Area Network
LAN Topology
The Star
The Bus
The Ring
The Extended Standard Star-Wired Ring
Channel Access
Token Ring Passing
LAN Transmission Media
EIA/TIA 568A Cabling Standard
Twisted-Pair Wire
Coaxial Cable
Fiber-Optic Cable
LAN Connectors
UTP Connectors
STP Connectors
Coaxial Cable Connectors
D-Type Connector
Fiber-Optic Connectors
Baseband Versus Broadband Transmission
IEEE 80203 10Base5 Thicknet Specification
The Ethernet Segment
The Ethernet Repeater
The Ethernet Transceiver Cable
The H4000 Ethernet Transceiver
The Ethernet Controller
IEEE 802.3a 10Base2 Thin-net Specification
IEEE 802.3i 10BaseT Specification
Introduction to Token Ring
Token Ring History
Token Ring Architecture
Token Ring Principle
Differential Manchester Encoding
Token Structure
Dataframe Structure
The LAN Environment
The LAN Server
The LAN Client
Client/Server Versus Peer-to-Peer Networking
Internetworking the LAN to a WAN
The Hub
The Bridge
The Switch
The Router
The Gateway
The Internet and Emerging Technologies
Introduction to the Internet
Evolution of the Internet
Internet Search Tools
Domain Name System
Electronic Mail
The World Wide Web
Navigating the World Wide Web
Web Browsers
The Web Page
Web Search Engines
Connecting to the Internet
Introduction to TCP/IP
TCP/IP Layering
Request for Comments
Common Uses of the Intranet
Emerging Technologies
Digital Subscriber Line (DSL)
Fiber Distributed Data Interface
Fibre Channel
Frame Relay
Switched Multimegabit Data Service
Error Detection, Correction, and Control
Parity Generating and Checking Circuits
The Disadvantage with Parity
Vertical and Longitudinal Redundancy Checks
Cyclic Redundancy Checking
Computing the Block Check Character
Single-Precision Checksum
Double-Precision Checksum
Honeywell Checksum
Residue Checksum
Error Correction
Hamming Code
Fiber Optics
History of Fiber Optics
Milestones in Fiber Optics
Advantages of Fiber-Optic Systems
Disadvantages of Fiber-Optic Systems
A Typical Fiber-Optic Telecommunications System
Theory of Light
Electromagnetic Spectrum
Speed of Light
Snell's Law
Total Internal Reflection
Propagation Modes and Classifications of Fiber
Wavelength-Division Multiplexing (WDM)
Fiber-Optic Cable Construction
Strength and Protection
Attenuation Losses in Optical Fibers
Absorption Loss
Rayleigh Scattering
Radiation Losses
Numerical Aperture
Fiber-Optic Connections
Splice Connection
Fusion Splice
Insertion Losses for Connectors and Splices
Light-Emitting Devices
LED Versus ILD
Light-Emitting Diode
Injection Laser Diode
Light-Receiving Devices
Receiver Sensitivity
PIN Photodiode
Avalanche Photodiode
A Low-Cost Fiber-Optic Link
Wireless Communications
Personal Communications Services
Cellular Telephony
Theory of Operation
Mobile Telephony
The Cordless Telephone
Cordless Telephone Frequencies
Cordless Telephone Operation
Pager History
Types of Pagers
Pager Operation
Pager Service Providers
Pager Frequencies
The Wireless LAN
RF-Based LANs
Spread-Spectrum Technology
IR Wireless LANs
Answers to Odd-Numbered Problems
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