Digital and analog communication systems
Wiley, 1979 - 600 páginas
Provides a detailed, unified treatment of theoretical and practical aspects of digital and analog communication systems, with emphasis on digital communication systems. Integrates theory-keeping theoretical details to a minimum-with over 60 practical, worked examples illustrating real-life methods. Emphasizes deriving design equations that relate performance of functional blocks to design parameters. Illustrates how to trade off between power, band-width and equipment complexity while maintaining an acceptable quality of performance. Material is modularized so that appropriate portions can be selected to teach several different courses. Includes over 300 problems and an annotated bibliography in each chapter.
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SYSTEMS AND SIGNAL ANALYSIS
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amplitude analog signal angle modulated assume bandlimited bandpass bandwidth baseband binary bit error probability bit rate bits/sec carrier channel noise Chapter code vector codeword coherent components convolutional codes cyclic codes data rate decoding defined demodulation detector discrete distortion encoder envelope envelope detector equal error control example Find Fourier series Fourier transform frequency domain given in Equation Hence information source interval levels lowpass filter M-ary message bit message block message signal modulated signal modulation index modulation schemes multiplexed noise power noncoherent operation optimum parameters PCM system phase power ratio power spectral density probability of error Problem PSK signaling pulse random variable receiver input sampled values Section sequence shown in Figure sideband signal power signal x(t signal-to-noise ratio signaling scheme SIN)d spectrum stationary symbol synchronization theorem threshold watt/Hz waveform xc(t zero mean