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Discrete Communication Systems

Stevan Berber

July 2021

ISBN: 9780198860792

912 pages
Hardback
246x171mm

Oxford Graduate Texts

Price: £65.00

This is the first textbook which presents the theory of pure discrete communication systems and its relation to the existing theory of digital communication. It is written for undergraduate and graduate students, and for practicing engineers.

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This is the first textbook which presents the theory of pure discrete communication systems and its relation to the existing theory of digital communication. It is written for undergraduate and graduate students, and for practicing engineers.

  • First textbook presenting the theory of pure discrete communication systems and its relation to the existing theory of digital communications
  • Unified terminology, simple and useful when going through chapters quickly
  • Self-contained with areas of study supported by complementary chapters containing useful background
  • Includes 300 solved problems, and five research and design projects available for assignements by lecturers and instructors

About the Author(s)

Stevan Berber, Associate Professor, Department of Electrical, Computer and Software Engineering, University of Auckland

Stevan Berber received his PhD in electrical engineering from the University of Auckland, New Zealand, where he is currently an associate professor. He has taught undergraduate and graduate courses including communication systems, information and coding theory, stochastic signal processing, sensor and computer networks, and advance digital systems design. He has been leading or involved in a large number of research and industry projects related to these subjects. He held positions of a visiting scholar at the University of Sydney, visiting professor at the NUST University in Nanjing, China, visiting professor at the University of Novi Sad, Serbia, and a guest professor at universities in Greece, Spain, Korea and England. He served as an editor and a reviewer for leading journals and conferences in his field.

Table of Contents

    1.:INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS
    2:ORTHOGONAL SIGNALS AND ORTHOGONALIZATION PROCEDURE
    3:DISCRETE TIME STOCHASTIC PROCESSES
    4:NOISE PROCESS IN DISCRETE COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS
    5:DISCRETE COMMUNICATION SYSTEM OPERATION
    6:DIGITAL BANDPASS MODULATION METHODS
    7:DISCRETE BANDPASS MODULATION METHODS
    8:ORTHOGONAL FREQUENCY DIVISION MULTIPLEXING AND CODE DIVISION MULTIPLE ACCESS SYSTEMS
    9:INFORMATION THEORY AND CODING
    10:DISCRETE COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS DESIGN
    11:DETERMINISTIC CONTINUOUS TIME SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS
    12:TRANSFORMS OF DETERMINISTIC CONTINUOUS TIME SIGNALS
    13:SAMPLING AND RECONSTRUCTION OF CONTINUOUS TIME SIGNALS
    14:DETERMINISTIC DISCRETE TIME SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS
    15:DETERMINISTIC DISCRETE TIME SIGNAL TRANSFORMS
    16:CONCEPT OF DIGITAL FILTERS OPERATION AND DESIGN
    17:MULTIRATE DISCRETE TIME SIGNAL PROCESSING
    18:MULTIRATE FILTER BANKS
    19:CONTINUOUS TIME STOCHASTIC PROCESSES

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