Digital Communication

Theory, Techniques, and Applications

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ISBN:

9780198087229

Publication date:

01/02/2013

Paperback

764 pages

242.0x159.0mm

Price: 655.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780198087229

Publication date:

01/02/2013

Paperback

764 pages

242.0x159.0mm

Second Edition

R.N. Mutagi

Digital Communication: Theory, Techniques, and Applications is designed for undergraduate students of engineering for a course on digital communication. The second edition of this book treats spread spectrum communication techniques as an exclusive chapter.

Suitable for: A text book designed for undergraduate students of engineering for a course on digital communication.

Rights:  World Rights

Second Edition

R.N. Mutagi

Description

Digital Communication: Theory, Techniques, and Applications is designed for undergraduate students of engineering for a course on digital communication. The second edition of this book treats spread spectrum communication techniques as an exclusive chapter. The book starts from the basics of signals and systems and builds the preliminary concepts through the chapters on probability and random processes, and information theory. It then goes on to describe core concepts such as digital coding, multiplexing and multiple access, modulation techniques, demodulation, error control coding, and spread spectrum communication. The last chapter illustrates the concepts learnt in the earlier chapters through applications in optical, satellite, and wireless communication domains.

Second Edition

R.N. Mutagi

Table of contents

Chapter 1. Introduction to Digital Communication Systems
Chapter 2. Communication Signals and Systems
Chapter 3. Probability and Random Processes
Chapter 4. Information Theory
Chapter 5. Digital coding
Chapter 6. Multiplexing and Multiple Access
Chapter 7. Digital modulation
Chapter 8. Demodulation and Detection
Chapter 9. Error Control Coding
Chapter 10. Spread Spectrum Communication
Chapter 11. Applications of Digital Communication

Second Edition

R.N. Mutagi

Features

  • Discusses latest compression standards, such as DAB, MPEG, H.264, and MP3
  • Provides around 140 graded solved problems, review questions, and challenging exercises for practice
  • Includes a detailed laboratory manual (Appendix D) with procedure, observation table, questions, and MATLAB codes to help in simulating many theoretical functions
  • New to the Second Edition
  • Treats spread spectrum communication as an exclusive chapter
  • Includes new sections on pulse width modulation (PWM), pulse position modulation (PPM), burst synchronization, voice codecs, and combo chips
  • Provides new solved problems, review questions, and exercises
  • Includes hints (final answers) to all relevant exercise problems (Appendix G)
  • Online Resources
  • The following resources are available to support the faculty using this text:
  • Solutions Manual
  • PowerPoint Slides

Description

Digital Communication: Theory, Techniques, and Applications is designed for undergraduate students of engineering for a course on digital communication. The second edition of this book treats spread spectrum communication techniques as an exclusive chapter. The book starts from the basics of signals and systems and builds the preliminary concepts through the chapters on probability and random processes, and information theory. It then goes on to describe core concepts such as digital coding, multiplexing and multiple access, modulation techniques, demodulation, error control coding, and spread spectrum communication. The last chapter illustrates the concepts learnt in the earlier chapters through applications in optical, satellite, and wireless communication domains.

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Table of contents

Chapter 1. Introduction to Digital Communication Systems
Chapter 2. Communication Signals and Systems
Chapter 3. Probability and Random Processes
Chapter 4. Information Theory
Chapter 5. Digital coding
Chapter 6. Multiplexing and Multiple Access
Chapter 7. Digital modulation
Chapter 8. Demodulation and Detection
Chapter 9. Error Control Coding
Chapter 10. Spread Spectrum Communication
Chapter 11. Applications of Digital Communication

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