Digital Communications / Edition 3by John G. Proakis
Pub. Date: 02/28/1995
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
Digital Communications is a classic book in the area that is designed to be used as a senior or graduate level text. The text is flexible and can easily be used in a one semester course or there is enough depth to cover two semesters. Its comprehensive nature makes it a great book for students to keep refer to in their professional careers.
This best-selling book in Digital Communications by John G. Proakis has been revised to reflect the current trends in the field. Some of the topics that have been added include Turbocodes,Antenna Arrays,Iterative Detection,and Digital Cellular Systems. Also new to this edition are electronic figures for presentation materials found on the website.
Table of Contents
Digital Communications 5eChapter 1: IntroductionChapter 2: Deterministic and Random Signal AnalysisChapter 3: Digital Modulation SchemesChapter 4: Optimum Receivers for AWGN ChannelsChapter 5: Carrier and Symbol SynchronizationChapter 6: An Introduction to Information TheoryChapter 7: Linear Block CodesChapter 8: Trellis and Graph Based CodesChapter 9: Digital Communication Through Band-Limited ChannelsChapter 10: Adaptive EqualizationChapter 11: Multi-channel and Multi-carrier SystemsChapter 12: Spread Spectrum Signals for Digital CommunicationsChapter 13: Fading Channels I: Characterization and SignalingChapter 14: Fading Channels II: Capacity and CodingChapter 15: Multiple-Antenna SystemsChapter 16: Multi-user CommunicationsAppendix A MatricesAppendix B Error Probability for Multichannel Binary SignalsAppendix C Error Probabilities for Adaptive Reception of M-Phase SignalsAppendix D Square Root FactorizationReferences and BibliographyIndex
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