Telecommunication Breakdown: Concepts of Communication Transmitted Via Software-defined Radio, Volume 1
For single-semester courses in Communication Systems in Electrical Engineering and Computer departments. This text reflects the recent shift in telecommunications technology from hardware to software by focusing on the design of a digital software-defined radio. Telecommunications Breakdown helps students build a complete digital radio that includes each part of a typical digital communication system. By following each chapter, students create a Matlab realization of the various pieces of the system, exploring key ideas along the way. In the final chapter, the reader puts it all together to build a fully functional receiver (not operational in real time).
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adaptive element algorithm alphabet amplitude analog signal average bandpass filter bandwidth baseband binary bits block calculated channel Chapter code words communication system convolution correlation Costas loop create decoding defined delay demodulation derivative discrete-time downconversion downsampled equalizer error surface example eye diagram Fourier transform freq frequency domain frequency response ideal implement impulse response input intersymbol interference length linear filter lowpass filter magnitude spectrum MATLAB matrix method modulation multipath noise nonzero occur optimal oscillator output oversampling parameter passband performance function phase offset phase tracking Problem pulse shape quantizer radio raised cosine receive filter received signal recovery error rectangular pulse sampler sampling interval sampling rate Section sequence shown in Figure shows simulation sinc function sine wave sinusoid square SRRC stepsize synchronization Telecommunication Breakdown top plot transfer function transmission transmitted signal vector waveform zero