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Signal processing in electronic communications

Author: Michael J Chapman; David P Goodall; N C Steele
Publisher: Chichester, England : Horwood Publishing, 1997. ©1997
Series: Woodhead Publishing series in electronic and optical materials.
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This text deals with signal processing as an important aspect of electronic communications in its role of transmitting information, and the language of its expression. It develops the required mathematics in an interesting and informative way, leading to confidence on the part of the reader. The first part of the book focuses on continuous-time models, and contains chapters on signals and linear systems, and on  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Chapman, Michael J.
Signal processing in electronic communications.
Chichester, England : Horwood Publishing, ©1997
ix, 296 pages
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Michael J Chapman; David P Goodall; N C Steele
ISBN: 9780857099815 0857099817
OCLC Number: 874158516
Description: 1 online resource (310 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: Front Cover; Signal Processing in Electronic Communications; Copyright Page; Preface; OUTLINE OF THE BOOK; PREREQUISITES; EXERCISES; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; Table of contents; List of Tables; Chapter 1. Signals and linear system fundamentals; 1.1 INTRODUCTION; 1.2 SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS; 1.3 L-C-R CIRCUITS; 1.4 LINEAR SYSTEMS; 1.5 SIMULATION DIAGRAMS; 1.6 THE LAPLACE TRANSFORM; 1.7 INTRODUCTION TO GENERALIZED FUNCTIONS; 1.8 SOME PROPERTIES OF THE LAPLACE TRANSFORM; 1.9 APPLICATION TO TIME-INVARIANT LINEAR SYSTEMS; 1.10 TRANSFER FUNCTIONS; 1.11 EXERCISES; Chapter 2. System responses; 2.1 INTRODUCTION. 2.2 STABILITY OF LINEAR TIME-INVARIANT SYSTEMS2.3 THE IMPULSE RESPONSE; 2.4 THE STEP RESPONSE; 2.5 SIGNAL DECOMPOSITION AND CONVOLUTION; 2.6 FREQUENCY RESPONSE; 2.7 EXERCISES; Chapter 3. Fourier methods; 3.1 INTRODUCTION; 3.2 FOURIER SERIES; 3.3 THE FOURIER TRANSFORM; 3.4 THE FOURIER SPECTRUM; 3.5 PROPERTIES OF THE FOURIER TRANSFORM; 3.6 SIGNAL ENERGY AND POWER; 3.7 A GENERALIZATION OF THE FOURIER TRANSFORM; 3.8 THE CONVOLUTION THEOREMS; 3.9 SAMPLING OF TIME SIGNALS AND ITS IMPLICATIONS; 3.10 EXERCISES; Chapter 4. Analogue filters; 4.1 INTRODUCTION; 4.2 ANALOGUE FILTER TYPES. 4.3 A CLASS OF LOW-PASS FILTERS4.4 BUTTERWORTH FILTERS, THE GENERAL CASE; 4.5 FILTER TRANSFORMATIONS; 4.6 OTHER FILTER DESIGNS; 4.7 EXERCISES; Chapter 5. Discrete-time signals and systems; 5.1 INTRODUCTION; 5.2 SEQUENCES; 5.3 LINEAR SYSTEMS; 5.4 SIMULATION DIAGRAMS; 5.5 THE z-TRANSFORM; 5.6 PROPERTIES OF THE z-TRANSFORM; 5.7 APPLICATION TO LINEAR TIME-INVARIANT SYSTEMS; 5.8 THE z-TRANSFER FUNCTION; 5.9 A CONNECTION WITH THE LAPLACE TRANSFORM; 5.10 EXERCISES; Chpater 6. Discrete-time system responses; 6.1 INTRODUCTION; 6.2 BIBO AND MARGINAL STABILITY; 6.3 THE IMPULSE RESPONSE. 6.4 THE STEP RESPONSE6.5 DISCRETE-TIME CONVOLUTION; 6.6 THE FREQUENCY RESPONSE; 6.7 EXERCISES; Chapter 7. Discrete-time Fourier analysis; 7.1 INTRODUCTION; 7.2 THE DISCRETE FOURIER TRANSFORM, (DFT); 7.3 THE DISCRETE-TIME FOURIER TRANSFORM, DTFT; 7.4 ESTIMATING THE DTFT; 7.5 ESTIMATING FOURIER SERIES; 7.6 ESTIMATING FOURIER TRANSFORMS; 7.7 THE FAST FOURIER TRANSFORM; 7.8 EXERCISES; Chapter 8. The design of digital filters; 8.1 INTRODUCTION; 8.2 THE IMPULSE INVARIANT METHOD; 8.3 THE STEP INVARIANT METHOD; 8.4 THE BILINEAR TRANSFORM METHOD. 8.5 A 'DIRECT' DESIGN METHOD: THE FOURIER SERIES APPROACH8.6 WINDOWS; 8.7 EXERCISES; Chapter 9. Aspects of speech processing; 9.1 INTRODUCTION; 9.2 SPEECH PRODUCTION MODEL; 9.3 CORRELATION FUNCTIONS; 9.4 LINEAR PREDICTIVE FILTERS; 9.5 ESTIMATION OF THE SPEECH GAIN PARAMETER; 9.6 FORMANT ESTIMATION; 9.7 LATTICE FILTER FORMULATION; 9.8 THE CEPSTRUM; 9.9 HOMOMORPHIC SYSTEMS AND DECONVOLUTION; 9.10 CEPSTRAL ANALYSIS OF SPEECH SIGNALS; 9.11 FORMANT ESTIMATION USING CEPSTRAL ANALYSIS; 9.12 EXERCISES; Chapter A. The complex exponential; A.1 MACLAURIN SERIES FOR EXP, COS AND SIN.
Series Title: Woodhead Publishing series in electronic and optical materials.
Responsibility: Michael J. Chapman, David P. Goodall and Nigel C. Steele.

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