Pulse Code Modulation Systems Design

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Artech House, 1999 - Technology & Engineering - 322 pages
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This text explains basic PCM concepts and performance parameters, and provides key methods for estimating system performance and transmission loss. More advanced, practical sessions cover PCM symbols, modulation and demodulation techniques, and detection and synchronisation problems. There are also design charts containing various PCM signalling methods that can be used to calculate system performance as you go along, and ready-made performance parameter formulas and system equations which readers will be able to import directly into their calculators or PCs.

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Contents

Pulse Code Modulation Systems
1
Sampling Quantization and Noise
19
Wireless Systems
51
Copyright

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About the author (1999)

William N. Waggener earned his B.S.E.E. from the Rose Hulman Institute of Technology and his M.E.E. from the University of Florida. A recognized expert in telemetry systems, Mr. Waggener has more than 35 years of experience in communication, electro-optical, and recording technology. He is the president and founder of Chestnut Mountain Group, a research and development consulting organization in Sarasota, Florida. He holds ten patents, is the author of Pulse Code Modulation Techniques (1995), has published nearly 40 technical papers, and is a life senior member of the IEEE.

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