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Digital communications

Author: Ian Glover; Peter M Grant
Publisher: New York : Pearson Prentice Hall, 2003.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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"Digital techniques are central to almost all modern telecommunications systems. The second edition of Digital Communications has retained both its comprehensive coverage and its balance between theory, applications and systems implementation. Its main aim is to develop the mathematical theory of signal processing and use this theory to describe modern digital communications. This text is suitable for undergraduates  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ian Glover; Peter M Grant
ISBN: 0130893994 9780130893994
OCLC Number: 223592247
Description: p. cm.
Contents: 1. Digital communications overview --
Pt. 1. Signals and systems theory --
2. Periodic and transient signals --
3. Random signals and noise --
4. Linear systems --
Pt. 2. Digital communications principles --
5. Sampling, multiplexing and PCM --
6. Baseband transmission and line coding --
7. Decision theory --
8. Optimum filtering for transmission and reception --
9. Information theory, source coding and encryption --
10. Error control coding --
11. Bandpass modulation of a carrier signal --
12. System noise and communications link budgets --
13. Communication systems simulation --
Pt. 3. Applications --
14. Fixed-point microwave communications --
15. Mobile and cellular radio --
16. Video transmission and storage --
Pt. 4. Networks --
17. Network applications, topologies and architecture --
18. Network protocols --
19. Network performance using queueing theory / M. E. Woodward --
20. Switched networks and WANs --
21. Broadcast networks and LANs. App. A. Tabulated values of the error function --
App. B. Summations of common series --
App. C. International Alphabet No. 5 --
App. D. LAN/MAN examples.
Responsibility: Ian Glover, Peter Grant.

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"Digital techniques are central to almost all modern telecommunications systems. The second edition of Digital Communications has retained both its comprehensive coverage and its balance between theory, applications and systems implementation. Its main aim is to develop the mathematical theory of signal processing and use this theory to describe modern digital communications. This text is suitable for undergraduates and first year postgraduate students. It also provides an excellent overview for professional engineers."--BOOK JACKET.

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