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Telecommunications Demystified provides details of developments in telecommunications, and their underlying theory, are thoroughly examined in this sweeping tutorial. The book first builds a strong mathematical foundation, introduces the basic concepts of analogue and digital telecommunications, and then develops more complex topics such as source and channel coding, baseband and carrier modulation, estimation and synchronization, multiple access schemes, and trellis-coded modulation. Includes several MATLAB® tutorials that permit readers to model various telecommunications systems. Balances a solid theoretical treatment of subjects with practical applications and examples Covers both digital and analogue telecommunications systems, including digital modulation techniques The accompanying material includes MATLAB® tutorials that permit readers to model various telecommunications systems and an electronic version of the book
Published: Elsevier Science an imprint of Elsevier Books Reference on
ISBN: 9780080518671
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