Digital Communication: Principles and System Modelling

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Springer Science & Business Media, Aug 2, 2010 - Technology & Engineering - 246 pages
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"Digital Communications" presents the theory and application of the philosophy of Digital Communication systems in a unique but lucid form. The book inserts equal importance to the theory and application aspect of the subject whereby the authors selected a wide class of problems.

The Salient features of the book are:

1. The foundation of Fourier series, Transform and wavelets are introduces in a unique way but in lucid language.

2. The application area is rich and resemblance to the present trend of research, as we are attached with those areas professionally.

3. Elegant exercise section is designed in such a way that, the readers can get the flavor of the subject and get attracted towards the future scopes of the subject.

4. Unparallel tabular, flow chart based and pictorial methodology description will be there for sustained impression of the proposed design/algorithms in mind.

 

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Contents

Chapter 1 Preview and Introduction
1
Chapter 2 Waveform Encoding
15
Chapter 3 Digital Baseband Signal Receivers
55
Chapter 4 Digital Baseband Signal Transmitter
77
Chapter 5 Equalization
94
Chapter 6 Digital Modulation Techniques
111
Chapter 7 Spread Spectrum Modulation
143
Chapter 8 Information Theory
168
Chapter 9 Error Control Coding
191
AppendixA Elementary Probability Theory
213
Appendix B Convolution and Correlation Some CaseStudies
225
Appendix C Frequently Used MATLAB Functions
237
Index
245
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Dr. Apurba Das is Associate Professor in the Department of Textile Technology at Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, India. His research interests are in the structure-property relation of modern yarns and improving the comfort and handle properties of clothing.