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 DIGITAL TRANSMISSION ENGINEERING

 Second Edition

JOHN B. ANDERSON

Lund University

A JOHN WILEY & SONS, INC., PUBLICATION

 

Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell | 2005 | ISBN: 0471694649 | Pages: 472 | PDF | 6,82 MB

کتاب مهندسی انتقال دیجیتال به زبان اصلی – نویسنده : جان اندرسون – ویرایش دوم - فهرست مطالب این کتاب در زیر آورده شده است:

  

1 Introduction to Digital Transmission

 

1.1 Some History and Some Themes

 

1.2 Why Digital?

 

1.3 Contents of the Book

 

1.4 The Computer Programs


 

 

 

2 Baseband Pulse Transmission

 

2.1 Introduction

 

2.2 Properties of Pulse Trains

 

2.2.1 Pulse Formatting

 

2.2.2 Overlapping Pulses: The Nyquist Criterion

 

2.2.3 Orthogonal Pulses

 

2.3 Pulse Train Spectra

 

2.3.1 General Spectrum Problem

 

2.3.2 Linear Modulation Spectra

 

2.3.3 Spectral and Power Out-of-Band Plots

 

2.4 Transmission Impairments

 

2.4.1 Intersymbol Interference

 

2.4.2 Eye Patterns

 

2.4.3 Channel Filter Effects

 

2.5 Signal Space Analysis

 

2.5.1 Maximum-Likelihood and MAP Receivers

 

2.5.2 Definition of Signal Space

 

2.5.3 Signal Space for White Gaussian Noise

 

2.5.4 Decision Regions and Signal Constellations

 

2.6 Maximum Likelihood Receivers

 

2.6.1 ML Receiver Error Calculations

 

2.6.2 ML Receiver Implementations

 

Problems


 

 

 

 

 

3 Carrier Transmission

 

3.1 Modulation with a Carrier

 

3.2 Phase-Shift Keying

 

3.2.1 Binary PSK

 

3.2.2 BPSK Spectra

 

3.2.3 Quaternary PSK

 

3.2.4 Envelopes and I/Q Plots

 

3.3 Quadrature Transmitter and Receiver

 

3.4 Generalizations of Phase-Shift Keying

 

3.4.1 General PSK

 

3.4.2 Offset QPSK

 

3.4.3 Differential PSK

 

3.5 Quadrature Amplitude Modulation

 

3.5.1 QAM Spectra and Error Performance

 

3.5.2 Partial-Response Signaling

 

3.6 Frequency-Shift Keying

 

3.6.1 Basic FSK

 

3.6.2 FSK Spectra

 

3.6.3 FSK Examples

 

3.6.4 CPM Coded Modulation

 

3.7 FSK Detectors

 

3.7.1 FSK Maximum-Likelihood Detection

 

3.7.2 Coherency in FSK Detection

 

3.7.3 Digital FM View

 

3.8 Transmission Impairments

 

3.8.1 Filtering

 

3.8.2 Other Signal Impairments

 

References

 

Appendix 3A Baseband Representation of Bandpass Filters

 

Appendix 3B Bandpass Noise

 

Appendix 3C Discrete-Time Implementation and Simulation


 

 

 

 

4 Synchronization

 

4.1 Some Synchronizer Principles

 

4.2 Phase Synchronizer Circuits

 

4.2.1 Raised-Power Loops

 

4.2.2 Remodulation and Costas Loops

 

4.2.3 S-Curves and Lock Points

 

4.2.4 Effects of Error in the Phase Reference

 

4.3 The Analog Phase-Lock Loop

 

4.3.1 PLL as a Control System

 

4.3.2 Phase Transient Responses

 

4.3.3 Responses During Acquisition

 

4.4 PLL Responses to Noise

 

4.4.1 Gaussian Channel Noise

 

4.4.2 Phase Noise

 

4.4.3 Data Noise

 

4.5 Design Examples

 

4.6 Digital Phase-Lock Loops

 

4.6.1 Review of z-Transforms

 

4.6.2 Simple Conversion of Analog PLLs

 

4.6.3 Second-Order Discrete PLLs Based on an Accumulator

 

4.7 Symbol Timing Recovery

 

4.7.1 Early–Late Gate Synchronizer

 

4.7.2 Timing Based on Zero Crossings

 

4.8 Frame Synchronization and Networking

 

4.8.1 Sequences and Their Boundaries

 

4.8.2 Finding a Frame Marker

 

4.8.3 Hierarchical Networks and Their Synchronization

 

References

 

Appendix 4A: Data Noise in QPSK


 

5 Channels

 

 

 

5.1 Guided Channels

 

5.1.1 Characteristics of Wires and Cables

 

5.1.2 The Telephone Channel

 

5.1.3 Glass Fibers

 

5.2 The Simple Radio Link

 

5.2.1 Antennas and Propagation

 

5.2.2 Receiver Noise

 

5.2.3 Detailed Link Budgets

 

5.3 Terrestrial Radio Channels

 

5.3.1 Reflection, Refraction, Diffraction, and Absorption

 

5.3.2 Medium-Wave and Shortwave Propagation

 

5.3.3 Statistical View of Terrestrial Channels

 

5.4 Fading Channels

 

5.4.1 Basic Ideas of Fading

 

5.4.2 The Rayleigh Fading Model

 

 

 

5.4.3 Time Dispersion in Fading Channels

 

5.4.4 Long-Term Model Variation: Shadowing

 

References

 

Appendix 5A: Simulation of Fading

 

Appendix 5B: Stochastic Process Analysis of Fading


 

 

 

6 Error Correction Coding

 

6.1 Channel Models and Information Theory

 

6.1.1 Basic Channel Models

 

6.1.2 Information Theory in Brief

 

6.2 Basics of Parity-Check Codes

 

6.2.1 Maximum Likelihood Reception with Block Codes

 

and the BSC

 

6.2.2 Parity-Check Code Definition; Syndrome Decoding

 

6.2.3 Cyclic Codes

 

6.3 Code Performance

 

6.3.1 Decoder Error Probability

 

6.3.2 Coding Gain

 

6.3.3 Behavior of the Minimum Distance

 

6.4 Trellis Coding

 

6.4.1 Convolutional Codes

 

6.4.2 Code Trellises

 

6.4.3 Some Other Trellis Codes

 

6.5 Trellis Decoders

 

6.5.1 The Viterbi Algorithm

 

6.5.2 Trellis Error Events

 

References


 

 

 

7 Advanced Topics

 

7.1 Discrete-Time Channel Models

 

7.1.1 Receiver Models

 

7.1.2 Models Derived from MF and PAM Receivers

 

7.2 Equalizers I: The Linear Equalizer

 

7.2.1 Zero-Forcing Linear Equalizers

 

7.2.2 Least-Square Error Linear Equalizers

 

7.3 Equalizers II

 

7.3.1 Nonlinear Equalizers

 

7.3.2 Fractional Spacing and Adaptivity

 

7.4 Modulations Over the Fading Channel

 

7.5 Noncoherent Demodulation

 

7.6 Spread Spectrum

 

7.6.1 Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum

 

7.6.2 Pseudonoise Sequences in Spread Spectrum

 

7.6.3 Frequency-Hop Spread Spectrum

 

Appendix 7A: Least-Square Error Equalizers

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