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John B. Anderson

Digital Transmission Engineering

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This introduction to digital data transmission, modulation, and error correction coding, together with the underlying communication and information theory is an all inclusive text suitable for all those connected with Mechanical Engineering or Computer Science. Equal emphasis is given to underlying mathematical theory and engineering practice.


Taal / Language : English

Inhoudsopgave:
Preface to the First Edition xi
Preface to the Second Edition xv
List of Programs xvii
List of Major Examples xix
1 Introduction to Digital Transmission 1(12)
1.1 Some History and Some Themes
2(4)
1.2 Why Digital?
6(1)
1.3 Contents of the Book
7(4)
1.4 The Computer Programs
11(1)
References
12(1)
2 Baseband Pulse Transmission 13(66)
2.1 Introduction
13(1)
2.2 Properties of Pulse Trains
14(15)
2.2.1 Pulse Formatting
14(3)
2.2.2 Overlapping Pulses: The Nyquist Criterion
17(8)
2.2.3 Orthogonal Pulses
25(4)
2.3 Pulse Train Spectra
29(6)
2.3.1 General Spectrum Problem
30(1)
2.3.2 Linear Modulation Spectra
31(1)
2.3.3 Spectral and Power Out-of-Band Plots
32(3)
2.4 Transmission Impairments
35(8)
2.4.1 Intersymbol Interference
35(1)
2.4.2 Eye Patterns
36(3)
2.4.3 Channel Filter Effects
39(4)
2.5 Signal Space Analysis
43(13)
2.5.1 Maximum-Likelihood and MAP Receivers
43(2)
2.5.2 Definition of Signal Space
45(5)
2.5.3 Signal Space for White Gaussian Noise
50(3)
2.5.4 Decision Regions and Signal Constellations
53(3)
2.6 Maximum Likelihood Receivers
56(18)
2.6.1 ML Receiver Error Calculations
56(7)
2.6.2 ML Receiver Implementations
63(11)
Problems
74(3)
References
77(2)
3 Carrier Transmission 79(82)
3.1 Modulation with a Carrier
79(2)
3.2 Phase-Shift Keying
81(12)
3.2.1 Binary PSK
82(3)
3.2.2 BPSK Spectra
85(2)
3.2.3 Quaternary PSK
87(6)
3.2.4 Envelopes and I/Q Plots
93(1)
3.3 Quadrature Transmitter and Receiver
93(4)
3.4 Generalizations of Phase-Shift Keying
97(8)
3.4.1 General PSK
97(3)
3.4.2 Offset QPSK
100(2)
3.4.3 Differential PSK
102(3)
3.5 Quadrature Amplitude Modulation
105(14)
3.5.1 QAM Spectra and Error Performance
107(8)
3.5.2 Partial-Response Signaling
115(4)
3.6 Frequency-Shift Keying
119(12)
3.6.1 Basic FSK
120(3)
3.6.2 FSK Spectra
123(3)
3.6.3 FSK Examples
126(3)
3.6.4 CPM Coded Modulation
129(2)
3.7 FSK Detectors
131(4)
3.7.1 FSK Maximum-Likelihood Detection
131(1)
3.7.2 Coherency in FSK Detection
132(1)
3.7.3 Digital FM View
133(2)
3.8 Transmission Impairments
135(9)
3.8.1 Filtering
137(5)
3.8.2 Other Signal Impairments
142(2)
Problems
144(4)
References
148(1)
Appendix 3A Baseband Representation of Bandpass Filters
149(4)
Appendix 3B Bandpass Noise
153(4)
Appendix 3C Discrete-Time Implementation and Simulation
157(4)
4 Synchronization 161(86)
4.1 Some Synchronizer Principles
161(3)
4.2 Phase Synchronizer Circuits
164(10)
4.2.1 Raised-Power Loops
165(3)
4.2.2 Remodulation and Costas Loops
168(1)
4.2.3 S-Curves and Lock Points
169(2)
4.2.4 Effects of Error in the Phase Reference
171(3)
4.3 The Analog Phase-Lock Loop
174(14)
4.3.1 PLL as a Control System
174(3)
4.3.2 Phase Transient Responses
177(9)
4.3.3 Responses During Acquisition
186(2)
4.4 PLL Responses to Noise
188(7)
4.4.1 Gaussian Channel Noise
188(4)
4.4.2 Phase Noise
192(2)
4.4.3 Data Noise
194(1)
4.5 Design Examples
195(8)
4.6 Digital Phase-Lock Loops
203(11)
4.6.1 Review of z-Transforms
204(1)
4.6.2 Simple Conversion of Analog PLLs
205(5)
4.6.3 Second-Order Discrete PLLs Based on an Accumulator
210(4)
4.7 Symbol Timing Recovery
214(5)
4.7.1 Early-Late Gate Synchronizer
214(2)
4.7.2 Timing Based on Zero Crossings
216(3)
4.8 Frame Synchronization and Networking
219(17)
4.8.1 Sequences and Their Boundaries
220(7)
4.8.2 Finding a Frame Marker
227(4)
4.8.3 Hierarchical Networks and Their Synchronization
231(5)
Problems
236(5)
References
241(1)
Appendix 4A: Data Noise in QPSK
242(5)
5 Channels 247(68)
5.1 Guided Channels
248(10)
5.1.1 Characteristics of Wires and Cables
249(4)
5.1.2 The Telephone Channel
253(3)
5.1.3 Glass Fibers
256(2)
5.2 The Simple Radio Link
258(18)
5.2.1 Antennas and Propagation
258(3)
5.2.2 Receiver Noise
261(9)
5.2.3 Detailed Link Budgets
270(6)
5.3 Terrestrial Radio Channels
276(9)
5.3.1 Reflection, Refraction, Diffraction, and Absorption
276(6)
5.3.2 Medium-Wave and Shortwave Propagation
282(1)
5.3.3 Statistical View of Terrestrial Channels
283(2)
5.4 Fading Channels
285(17)
5.4.1 Basic Ideas of Fading
285(3)
5.4.2 The Rayleigh Fading Model
288(7)
5.4.3 Time Dispersion in Fading Channels
295(4)
5.4.4 Long-Term Model Variation: Shadowing
299(3)
Problems
302(5)
References
307(2)
Appendix 5A: Simulation of Fading
309(2)
Appendix 5B: Stochastic Process Analysis of Fading
311(4)
6 Error Correction Coding 315(48)
6.1 Channel Models and Information Theory
316(7)
6.1.1 Basic Channel Models
316(2)
6.1.2 Information Theory in Brief
318(5)
6.2 Basics of Parity-Check Codes
323(8)
6.2.1 Maximum Likelihood Reception with Block Codes and the BSC
325(1)
6.2.2 Parity-Check Code Definition; Syndrome Decoding
326(4)
6.2.3 Cyclic Codes
330(1)
6.3 Code Performance
331(8)
6.3.1 Decoder Error Probability
331(2)
6.3.2 Coding Gain
333(2)
6.3.3 Behavior of the Minimum Distance
335(4)
6.4 Trellis Coding
339(13)
6.4.1 Convolutional Codes
339(5)
6.4.2 Code Trellises
344(3)
6.4.3 Some Other Trellis Codes
347(5)
6.5 Trellis Decoders
352(7)
6.5.1 The Viterbi Algorithm
354(2)
6.5.2 Trellis Error Events
356(3)
Problems
359(2)
References
361(2)
7 Advanced Topics 363(72)
7.1 Discrete-Time Channel Models
363(15)
7.1.1 Receiver Models
365(8)
7.1.2 Models Derived from MF and PAM Receivers
373(5)
7.2 Equalizers I: The Linear Equalizer
378(12)
7.2.1 Zero-Forcing Linear Equalizers
379(6)
7.2.2 Least-Square Error Linear Equalizers
385(5)
7.3 Equalizers II
390(8)
7.3.1 Nonlinear Equalizers
390(5)
7.3.2 Fractional Spacing and Adaptivity
395(3)
7.4 Modulations Over the Fading Channel
398(6)
7.5 Noncoherent Demodulation
404(4)
7.6 Spread Spectrum
408(14)
7.6.1 Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum
410(6)
7.6.2 Pseudonoise Sequences in Spread Spectrum
416(3)
7.6.3 Frequency-Hop Spread Spectrum
419(3)
Problems
422(5)
References
427(1)
Appendix 7A: Least-Square Error Equalizers
428(7)
Index 435
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