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Author Smith, David R. (David Russell), 1945-

Title Digital transmission systems / David R. Smith.

Published Boston : Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2004.

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 UniM Store Engin  621.382 SMIT    AVAILABLE
Edition 3rd ed.
Physical description xvii, 808 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents 1.1 Historical Background 1 -- 1.2 Present-Day Digital Transmission 6 -- 1.3 Digital Transmission Standards 11 -- 1.4 Advantages of Digital Transmission 15 -- 1.5 A Simplified Digital Transmission System 16 -- 2 Principles of System Design 21 -- 2.2 Transmission Services 22 -- 2.3 Hypothetical Reference Circuits 33 -- 2.4 Performance Objectives 38 -- 3 Analog-to-Digital Conversion Techniques 84 -- 3.2 Pulse Code Modulation 85 -- 3.3 Differential PCM and Delta Modulation 112 -- 3.4 Adaptive Differential Pulse Code Modulation 123 -- 3.5 Subband Coding 131 -- 3.6 Transform Coding 134 -- 3.7 Comparison of Waveform Coders 136 -- 3.8 Voice Coders (Vocoders) 144 -- 3.9 Hybrid Coders 150 -- 3.10 Voice over IP 155 -- 3.11 Video Coding 156 -- 4 Time-Division Multiplexing 177 -- 4.2 Synchronous Multiplexing 180 -- 4.3 Asynchronous Multiplexing 200 -- 4.4 Plesiochronous Digital Hierarchies 214 -- 4.5 Statistical Multiplexing and Speech Interpolation 236 -- 5 Baseband Transmission 258 -- 5.2 Types of Binary Coding 261 -- 5.3 Power Spectral Density of Binary Codes 269 -- 5.4 Error Performance of Binary Codes 275 -- 5.5 Block Line Codes 280 -- 5.6 Pulse Shaping and Intersymbol Interference 285 -- 5.7 Multilevel Baseband Transmission 289 -- 5.8 Partial Response Coding 291 -- 5.9 Eye Patterns 301 -- 5.10 Equalization 301 -- 5.11 Data Scrambling Techniques 309 -- 5.12 Spread Spectrum 316 -- 5.13 Access Techniques 323 -- 5.14 Error Detection and Correction Coding 327 -- 6 Digital Modulation Techniques 363 -- 6.2 Binary Amplitude-Shift Keying (ASK) 370 -- 6.3 Binary Frequency-Shift Keying (FSK) 374 -- 6.4 Binary Phase-Shift Keying (BPSK) 377 -- 6.5 Comparison of Binary Modulation Systems 380 -- 6.6 M-ary FSK 381 -- 6.7 M-ary PSK 386 -- 6.8 Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (QAM) 394 -- 6.9 Offset QPSK, [pi]/4 QPSK, and Minimum-Shift Keying 399 -- 6.10 Quadrature Partial Response (QPR) 408 -- 6.11 Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) 412 -- 6.12 Trellis Coded Modulation 415 -- 7 Digital Cable Systems 437 -- 7.2 Cable Characteristics 438 -- 7.3 Regenerative Repeaters 444 -- 7.4 Clock Recovery and Jitter 445 -- 7.5 Crosstalk 451 -- 7.6 Performance of Digital Subscriber Lines 454 -- 7.7 Error Performance Tandem Repeaters 455 -- 7.8 Repeater Spacing in Multipair Cable Systems 456 -- 7.9 Repeater Spacing in Coaxial Cable Systems 464 -- 7.10 Implementation Considerations 466 -- 8 Fiber Optic Transmission Systems 472 -- 8.2 Fiber Optic Cable 474 -- 8.3 Optical Sources 484 -- 8.4 Optical Detectors 489 -- 8.5 Optical Amplifiers 496 -- 8.6 Wavelength-Division Multiplexing 501 -- 8.7 Fiber Optic Link Design 508 -- 8.8 SONET 520 -- 8.9 Synchronous Digital Hierarchy 534 -- 9 Digital Radio Systems 547 -- 9.2 Propagation 548 -- 9.3 Fading 566 -- 9.4 Diversity 579 -- 9.5 Antennas 585 -- 9.6 Frequency Allocations and Interference Effects 590 -- 9.7 Radio Link Calculations 592 -- 10 Network Timing and Synchronization 612 -- 10.2 Time Standards 614 -- 10.3 Frequency Sources and Clocks 616 -- 10.4 Network Synchronization Techniques 629 -- 10.5 Time and Frequency Dissemination Systems 642 -- 10.6 Examples of Network Synchronization Schemes 652 -- 11 Transmission System Testing, Monitoring, and Control 662 -- 11.2 Testing Techniques 663 -- 11.3 Performance Monitoring Techniques 674 -- 11.4 Fault Isolation 681 -- 11.5 Monitoring and Control Systems 685 -- 11.6 Digital Cross-Connect Systems 693 -- 12 Digital Transmission Over Analog Networks 705 -- 12.2 Transmission Parameters 706 -- 12.3 Conditioning 711 -- 12.4 Voice-Band Modems 713 -- 12.5 V.90 Modems 720 -- 12.6 Digital Subscriber Lines 722 -- 12.7 Cable Modems 732 -- 13 Digital Transmission Networks 745 -- 13.2 Private Networks 746 -- 13.3 Personal Communication Networks 751 -- 13.4 Wide Area Networks 761 -- 13.5 Optical Networks 776.
Summary "Digital Transmission Systems, Third Edition," is acomprehensive overview of the theory and practices of digitaltransmission systems used in digital communication. This new editionhas been completely updated to include the latest technologies andnewest techniques in the transmission of digitized information as wellas coverage of digital transmission design, implementation andtesting.Highlights of this edition: The book is heavily illustrated with tables, figures and an abundanceof examples and references to actual systems. Examples are from commoncarriers, manufacturers and the author's commercial experience.Telecommunications terms are defined and explained when firstintroduced.Practicing Engineers in the field of communication systems, managersand technical personnel in the IT industry, and students of electricaland communications engineering will find this an authoritativestate-of-the-art resource.
Subject Digital communications.
ISBN 1402075871 (alk. paper)