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Electronic Communication Systems: A Complete Course
For one/two-term courses in Basic Electronic Communications or in-house seminars/workshops in professional settings.
This book conveys the reality of todays communication systems by balancing traditional elements with the three more recent, radical developments that have had the most dramatic effects on the field뾲he widespread use of integrated circuits, microprocessors and software, digital techniques, and signals. It covers the latest tools, techniques, and standards to help prepare students for systems of today and the next-generation systems.
NEW뾏ajor emphasis on todays technology and system drivers뾈eatures video; networks; wireless/cellular; Internet; and fiber optics.
Enables students to focus on recent dramatic changes in the industry.
NEW뾃dded coverage on a variety of networks.
Presents students with information that is defining todays communication world.
NEW뾃dded and expanded coverage of the latest technologies and applications.
Familiarizes students with new busses and interconnection standards (such as Ethernet), Internet Protocol and Voice over Internet Protocol, the short-range Bluetooth wireless standard, channel simulators, wireless and wiredstandards, smart antennas for cellular systems, digital cell-phone architecture, the use of undersampling and oversampling, and updated electromagnetic spectrum assignments.
NEW뾃 useful list of Web sites뾏ost sponsored by industry organizations and associations that define and promote standards, interoperability, and provide market data.
Encourages students to explore specific topics in more detail.
NEW뾃 CD-ROM of SystemView by Elanix뾃 powerful system-level modeling and simulation tool for understanding communication system performance and architectures; includes a 300-page manual with the CD-ROM and numerous examples.
Discussion of fundamentals뾋ncludes the spectrum; Fourier concepts; noise; amplitude modulation; and frequency and phase modulation.
Ensures students have a good understanding of the required context and background.
A transition from analog signal concepts to the digital world.
Supplies students with the characteristics and differences of each environment, shows how analog is the building block for digital, and explores the unique virtues and some weaknesses of digital systems.
A real-world application뾅onnects basic concepts to real-world systems.
Looks at the systems and devices many students use every day or have heard about extensively, and how they are implemented, so that the material covered is meaningful, real, and relevant.
A focus on high-growth areas of excitement뾇xplains fit, attributes, advantages, and shortcomings.
Attracts students interest, yet prepares them for the reality that technology solutions are not 뱋ne size fits all?and that the best solution depends on circumstances and target applications.
A look at up-and-coming technologies and applications.
Prepares students for the future.
A 밹ircuitry plus systems?viewpoint.
Discusses systems and their underlying circuitry (or equipment) with equal emphasis.
Coverage of both basic building blocks and higher-level systems.
Examines lower-level building blocks and functions, as well as higher-level systems integration and interplay complexities.
Clear explanation of low-level circuit design.
Teaches students that low-level circuit design뾞t the discrete component level뾦s a smaller part of todays system design, but the interplay of functional blocks and the software that manages these blocks is increasingly critical.
Coverage of many viable systems choices.
Makes students aware that each meets a different set of performance tradeoffs.
A broad perspective of each topic.
Introduces students to the tools, techniques, and applications as well as comparisons and contrasts in speed, power, performance, errors, and complexity.
Special sections devoted solely to troubleshooting goals, techniques, and instrumentation.
Shows students how to begin approaching any system-level troubleshooting and repair issue.
Chapter objectives and introductions.
Alerts students to the main topics of each section and helps them organize learning goals.
Chapter summaries and review/summary questions.
Gives students opportunities to review and test their understanding of key concepts before moving on.
Practice problems뾋ncludes worked-out solutions to numerical examples.
Requires students to know how systems work, what choices are made and why, and what the limitations are for each.
Use of sidebars뾈or topics of additional interest as well as historical perspective.
Spotlights interesting or advanced information without disrupting the chapters topical flow.
Numerous color illustrations.
Highlight and clarifies important elements within the artwork.
Table of Contents
A. SPECTRUM, NOISE, AND MODULATION.
1. The Electromagnetic Spectrum.
2. Fourier and Spectrum Analysis.
3. Decibels and Noise.
4. Amplitude Modulation.
5. Receivers for AM.
6. Frequency and Phase Modulation.
B. MEDIA, TRANSMISSION LINES, AND WAVE PROPAGATION.
7. Wire and Cable Media.
8. Transmission Lines.
9. Propagation and Antennas.
C. DIGITAL SYSTEMS.
10. Digital Information.
11. Digital Communication Fundamentals.
12. Digital Communication Systems.
13. Digital Modulation and Testing.
D. COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS AND APPLICATIONS.
14. TV/Video and Facsimile.
15. Frequency Synthesizers and Direct Conversion.
16. The Telephone System.
17. The RS-232 Interface Standard, Modems, and High-Speed POTS Links.
18. Local and Wide Area Networks; Special-Purpose Links.
19. Satellite Communication, Navigation, and the Global Positioning System.
20. Cellular Telephone and Advanced Wireless Systems.
21. Radar Systems.
E. BROADBAND SYSTEMS.
23. Microwave Equipment and Devices.
24. Fiber Optics.
Answers to Selected Problems.
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