## Information transmission, modulation, and noise: a unified approach to communication systems |

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### Contents

REFACE | 1 |

TRANSMISSION THROUGH ELECTRIC NETWORKS | 28 |

Signal Transmission through Linear Networks | 40 |

Copyright | |

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amplifier amplitude analysis appear assumed autocorrelation function band-limited bandwidth binary signals bits calculation channel Chap chapter characteristic circuit consider corresponding curve demodulation density function detection discussed distribution electrons encoding envelope detector Equation example Fourier series Fourier transform gaussian noise given increases independent input integral intersymbol interference interval linear low-pass filter matched filter McGraw-Hill mean-squared modulating signal modulation index multiplexed narrowband noise figure noise power noise voltage nonlinear Note occur optimum PCM system peak phase possible Prob probability of error probability-density function quantized quency random signals random variable received signal resistor samples sec long sequence Show shown in Fig sideband signal power simple sine wave specific spectral density spectrum statistical switching synchronous synchronous detection term tion transmitted variance volts width zero