Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Stephen G. Wilson.|
|LC Classifications||TK5102.9 .W55 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 677 p. :|
|Number of Pages||677|
|LC Control Number||95013968|
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The move to digital modulation provides more information capacity, compatibility with digital data services, higher data security, better quality communications, and quicker system availability. Developers of communications systems face these constraints: • available bandwidth • permissible power • inherent noise level of the system. phase modulation which is a key technique for modulating digital signals. DIGITAL MODULATION: There are two major categories of Digital Modulation. One category uses a constant amplitude carrier and carries the information in Phase or Frequency variations, known as Phase Shift Keying or Frequency shift keying (FSK). The vast majority of frequency. Understanding Modern Digital Modulation Techniques A tutorial on the most common digital modulation techniques used in both wireless and wired communications and how they compare to . Written as an extended conversation with the reader, this textbook covers all important topics in digital transmission at the intuitive level of physical systems. The presentation attempts to bridge the gap between communication practice and theory, emphasizing the interplay between modulation and coding and their receiver counterparts.3/5(2).
Browse Books. Home Browse by Title Books Digital modulation and coding. Digital modulation and coding August August Read More. Author: Stephen G. Wilson. Univ. of Virginia, Charlottesville. Publisher: Prentice-Hall, Inc. Division of Simon and Schuster One Lake Street Upper Saddle River, NJ;. Channels, modulation, and demodulation Introduction Digital modulation (or channel encoding) is the process of converting an input sequence of bits into a waveform suitable for transmission over a communication channel. Demodulation (channel decoding) is the corresponding process at the receiver of converting the received waveform into a. Coding and Modulation for Digital Television presents a comprehensive description of all error control coding and digital modulation techniques used in Digital Television (DTV). This book illustrates the relevant elements from the expansive theory of channel coding to how the transmission environment dictates the choice of error control coding and digital modulation schemes.4/5(1). Coding and Modulation for Digital Television also features a description of the latest techniques, providing the reader with a glimpse of future digital broadcasting. These include the concepts of soft-in-soft-out decoding, turbo-coding and cross-correlated quadrature modulation, all of which will have a prominent future in improving efficiency.