Communication Systems

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ISBN:

9780198078050

Publication date:

17/05/2012

Paperback

856 pages

242.0x160.0mm

Price: 1480.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780198078050

Publication date:

17/05/2012

Paperback

856 pages

242.0x160.0mm

First Edition

V. Chandra Sekar

Communication Systems is a textbook designed specifically for students of computer science, information technology, and electrical engineering disciplines. It provides a balance between theory and the related applications with the help of figures, solved problems, numerical exercises, and review questions.

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First Edition

V. Chandra Sekar

Description

Communication Systems is a textbook designed specifically for students of computer science, information technology, and electrical engineering disciplines. It provides a balance between theory and the related applications with the help of figures, solved problems, numerical exercises, and review questions.

The book starts with a detailed discussion on the basic principles of analog communication and the essential concepts of digital communication. The subsequent chapters elaborate upon the various types of transmission media such as transmission lines, waveguides, microwave, optical, satellite, television, and radar, followed by a discussion on data communication and its equipment. The last chapter is devoted to 'spread spectrum modulation'—a recent technique which enables the transmission of information through multiple frequencies, ensuring greater security.

First Edition

V. Chandra Sekar

Table of contents

Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2.Signals: An Introduction
Chapter 3. Amplitude Modulation
Chapter 4. Angle Modulation
Chapter 5. Pulse Modulation
Chapter 6. Noise
Chapter 7. Introduction to Digital Communication
Chapter 8. Information Theory
Chapter 9. Introduction to Probability,Random Variable, and Gaussian Process
Chapter 10. Transmission Lines
Chapter 11. Waveguides
Chapter 12. Antennas
Chapter 13. Microwave Communication
Chapter 14. Fibre Optic Communication
Chapter 15. Satellite Communication
Chapter 16. Data Communication
Chapter 17. Data Communication Equipment
Chapter 18. Television and Radar
Chapter 19. Spread Spectrum Modulation

First Edition

V. Chandra Sekar

Features

  • Provides discussion on topics such as waveform distortion, distortionless line, waveguide impedance matching, and microstrip antennas
  • Includes practical circuits for topics such as FM detection and generation, transmitters and receivers, and phase-locked loop (PLL)
  • Provides application case studies on PLL frequency synthesizer, and digital microwave radio
  • Includes an appendix on MATLAB programs with their representative outputs for various modulation techniques including spread spectrum modulation and Smith chart generation

Description

Communication Systems is a textbook designed specifically for students of computer science, information technology, and electrical engineering disciplines. It provides a balance between theory and the related applications with the help of figures, solved problems, numerical exercises, and review questions.

The book starts with a detailed discussion on the basic principles of analog communication and the essential concepts of digital communication. The subsequent chapters elaborate upon the various types of transmission media such as transmission lines, waveguides, microwave, optical, satellite, television, and radar, followed by a discussion on data communication and its equipment. The last chapter is devoted to 'spread spectrum modulation'—a recent technique which enables the transmission of information through multiple frequencies, ensuring greater security.

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Table of contents

Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2.Signals: An Introduction
Chapter 3. Amplitude Modulation
Chapter 4. Angle Modulation
Chapter 5. Pulse Modulation
Chapter 6. Noise
Chapter 7. Introduction to Digital Communication
Chapter 8. Information Theory
Chapter 9. Introduction to Probability,Random Variable, and Gaussian Process
Chapter 10. Transmission Lines
Chapter 11. Waveguides
Chapter 12. Antennas
Chapter 13. Microwave Communication
Chapter 14. Fibre Optic Communication
Chapter 15. Satellite Communication
Chapter 16. Data Communication
Chapter 17. Data Communication Equipment
Chapter 18. Television and Radar
Chapter 19. Spread Spectrum Modulation

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