Digital Transmission Engineering
Introduces the entire physical layer of digital communications in a measured and instructional format
Digital Transmission Engineering, Second Edition will provide first-year graduate students and engineers with the knowledge and the ability to perform real system design in the field of digital and mobile communications.
Based on proven teaching techniques, this text introduces the entire physical layer of digital communications in a measured and instructional format that integrates useful mathematics with implementation examples. Fully updated, this Second Edition brings key ideas, examples, and problems into line with the latest developments in digital communications, such as new wireless technologies and standards.
The author, John Anderson, has spent more than twenty-five years teaching digital communication techniques. He provides a balanced pedagogical approach to the underlying theory and design of the entire communication system. This reader-friendly textbook provides comprehensive coverage of core topics in the fields of:
* Wireless communication
* Channel characteristics
* Link design
* Error correction
* System synchronization
* Mobile radio
Digital Transmission Engineering, Second Edition features ample homework problems, stimulating MATLAB(r)-based computer exercises, and extensive design examples.