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While it covers analog communications, the emphasis is placed on digital technology. It begins by presenting the functional blocks that constitute the transmitter and receiver of a communication system. Readers will next learn about electrical noise and then progress to multiplexing and multiple access techniques.
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Fourier Representation of Signals and Systems. Chapter 3. Amplitude Modulation. Chapter 4. Angle Modulation. Chapter 5. Chapter 6. Baseband Data Transmission. Chapter 7. Digital Band-Pass Modulation Techniques.
Chapter 8. Random Signals and Noise. Chapter 9. Noise in Analog Communications. Chapter Noise in Digital Communications. System and Noise Calculations.
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The communication that occurs in our day-to-day life is in the form of signals. These signals, such as sound signals, generally, are analog in nature. When the communication needs to be established over a distance, then the analog signals are sent through wire, using different techniques for effective transmission. The conventional methods of communication used analog signals for long distance communications, which suffer from many losses such as distortion, interference, and other losses including security breach. In order to overcome these problems, the signals are digitized using different techniques. The digitized signals allow the communication to be more clear and accurate without losses.
Any type of data is transferred in analog signal. Any data is converted into electric form first and after that it is passed through communication channel. Analog communication uses a continuous signal which varies in amplitude, phase, or some other property with time in proportion to that of a variable. They digital signal consists of discrete values rather than continuous values. In digital communication physical transfer of data occurs in the form of digital bit stream i.
OBJECTIVES: The student should be made to: • Understand analog and digital communication techniques. • Learn data and pulse communication techniques.
The communication that occurs in our day-to-day life is in the form of signals. These signals, such as sound signals, generally, are analog in nature. When the communication needs to be established over a distance, then the analog signals are sent through wire, using different techniques for effective transmission.
This book offers students, scientists and engineers an extensive introduction to the theoretical fundamentals of digital communications, covering single input single output SISO , multiple input multiple output MIMO , and time-variant systems.
This book offers students, scientists and engineers an extensive introduction to the theoretical fundamentals of digital communications, covering single input single output SISO , multiple input multiple output MIMO , and time-variant systems. Further, the main content is supplemented by a wealth of representative examples and computer simulations. The book is divided into three parts, the first of which addresses the principles of wire-line and wireless digital transmission over SISO links.
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