Principles of Communications
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|Title Of The Book||Principles of Communications|
|Author’s Name||Rodger E. Ziemer, William H. Tranter|
|Publishers||Rodger E. Ziemer, William H. Tranter|
|File Size||15.7 MB|
Table Of Content:
Chapter 1. Introduction.
Chapter 2. Signal And Linear System Analysis.
Chapter 3. Basic Modulation Techniques.
Chapter 4. Principles Of Baseband Digital Data Transmission.
Chapter 5. Overview Of Probability And Random Variables.
Chapter 6. Random Signals And Noise.
Chapter 7. Noise In Modulation Systems.
Chapter 8. Principles Of Data Transmission In Noise.
Chapter 9. Advanced Data Communications Topics.
Chapter 10. Optimum Receivers And Signal Space Concepts.
Chapter 11. Information Theory And Coding.
Appendix A. Physical Noise Sources.
Appendix B. Jointly Gaussian Random Variables.
Appendix C. Proof Of The Narrowband Noise Model.
Appendix D. Zero-Crossing And Origin Encirclement Statistics.
Appendix E. Chi-Square Statistics.
Appendix F. Quantization Of Random Processes.
Appendix G. Mathematical And Numerical Tables.
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