Schaum's Outline and Digital Communications / Edition 2

Schaum's Outline and Digital Communications / Edition 2

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by Hwei Hsu, Hwei Hsu, Hwei P. Hsu
     
 

ISBN-10: 0071402284

ISBN-13: 9780071402286

Pub. Date: 11/28/2002

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing

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ISBN-13:
9780071402286
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
Publication date:
11/28/2002
Series:
Schaum's Outline Series
Edition description:
List
Pages:
336
Sales rank:
1,436,861
Product dimensions:
8.30(w) x 10.70(h) x 0.65(d)

Table of Contents

Chapter 1Signals and Spectra1
1.1Introduction1
1.2Fourier Series and Discrete Spectra1
1.3Fourier Transforms and Continuous Spectra2
1.4Properties of Fourier Transform3
1.5Fourier Transforms of Power Signals5
Chapter 2Signal Transmission and Filtering24
2.1Introduction24
2.2Impulse Response and Frequency Response24
2.3Filter Characteristics of LTI Systems26
2.4Transmission of Signals Through LTI Systems26
2.5Filters27
2.6Quadrature Filters and Hilbert Transforms29
Chapter 3Amplitude Modulation43
3.1Introduction43
3.2Amplitude Modulation43
3.3Double-Sideband Modulation44
3.4Ordinary Amplitude Modulation45
3.5Single-Sideband Modulation47
3.6Vestigial-Sideband Modulation49
3.7Frequency Translation and Mixing52
3.8Frequency-Division Multiplexing52
Chapter 4Angle Modulation68
4.1Introduction68
4.2Angle Modulation and Instantaneous Frequency68
4.3Phase and Frequency Modulation69
4.4Fourier Spectra of Angle-Modulated Signals70
4.5Narrowband Angle Modulation70
4.6Sinusoidal (or Tone) Modulation71
4.7Bandwidth of Angle-Modulated Signals71
4.8Generation of Angle-Modulated Signals72
4.9Demodulation of Angle-Modulated Signals74
Chapter 5Digital Transmission of Analog Signals90
5.1Introduction90
5.2Pulse Code Modulation90
5.3Sampling Theorem91
5.4Sampling91
5.5Pulse Amplitude Modulation93
5.6Quantizing93
5.7Encoding96
5.8Bandwidth Requirements of PCM96
5.9Delta Modulation97
5.10Signaling Format99
5.11Time-Division Multiplexing100
5.12Bandwidth Requirements for TDM101
5.13Pulse Shaping and Intersymbol Interference101
5.14Digital Carrier Modulation Systems104
Chapter 6Probability and Random Variables128
6.1Introduction128
6.2Probability128
6.3Random Variables131
6.4Two-Dimensional Random Variables133
6.5Functions of Random Variables135
6.6Statistical Averages137
6.7Special Distributions138
Chapter 7Random Processes165
7.1Introduction165
7.2Definitions and Notations of Random Processes165
7.3Statistics of Random Processes165
7.4Correlations and Power Spectral Densities169
7.5Transmission of Random Processes through Linear Systems171
7.6Special Classes of Random Processes172
Chapter 8Noise in Analog Communication Systems202
8.1Introduction202
8.2Additive Noise and Signal-to-Noise Ratio202
8.3Noise in Baseband Communication Systems203
8.4Noise in Amplitude Modulation Systems204
8.5Noise in Angle Modulation Systems208
Chapter 9Optimum Detection226
9.1Introduction226
9.2Binary Signal Detection and Hypothesis Testing226
9.3Probability of Error and Maximum Likelihood Detector227
9.4Optimum Detection229
9.5Error Probability Performance of Binary Transmission Systems231
Chapter 10Information Theory and Source Coding245
10.1Introduction245
10.2Measure of Information245
10.3Discrete Memoryless Channels247
10.4Mutual Information250
10.5Channel Capacity251
10.6Additive White Gaussian Noise Channel252
10.7Source Coding253
10.8Entropy Coding255
Chapter 11Error Control Coding282
11.1Introduction282
11.2Channel Coding282
11.3Block Codes283
11.4Linear Block Codes283
11.5Cyclic Codes286
11.6Convolutional Codes290
11.7Decoding of Convolutional Codes295
Appendix AFourier Transform321
Appendix BBessel Functions J[subscript n] ([beta])323
Appendix CThe Complementary Error Function Q(z)325
Index327

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All communications today is based on the information in this book. This is the key to understanding how things actually work. Highly recommend it to students and professionals.