Information & Coding Theory (26)
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by Alexander Schure - J. F. Rider , 1959
The intent of this book is to discuss amplifiers that operate in the r-f portion of the electromagnetic spectrum, particularly the low and medium ranges of the r-f band. Thus, fundamental concepts of the subject of r-f amplifiers are presented.
by Boris Malomed (ed.) - MDPI AG , 2017
The topic of guided wave propagation comprises a vast research area overlapping with photonics, matter waves in macroscopic quantum media, hydrodynamics, plasma physics, etc. In many situations, tightly confined GWs naturally acquire high amplitudes.
by John F. Rider - J. F. Rider , 1940
The primary purpose of this volume is to give such pertinent information as will furnish a general outline of frequency modulation: the manner in which it differs from amplitude modulation, and details associated with f-m receiver servicing problems.
by August Hund - McGraw-Hill , 1942
The purpose of this book is to present an engineering text on frequency modulation covering both basic principles and the design of commercial apparatus. The practical applications that are described follow closely good engineering practice.
by Terry E. Schultz, R.W. Tinnell - Delmar Publishers , 1973
This manual is a result of experience gained with students in technical schools and community colleges throughout the country. We shall cover a number of basic areas including: receivers, transmitters, and introductory communications systems.
- Wikibooks , 2014
This book provides the electronic engineer with the knowledge of: what the CDR function and structure are; where a CDR is used in a communication network; the mathematical models (just three!) needed to understand the CDR operation.
by Janos Sztrik - University of Debrecen , 2012
The aim of the book is to present the basic methods, approaches in a Markovian level for the analysis of not too complicated systems. The main purpose is to understand how models could be constructed and how to analyze them.
by Moshe Zukerman - City University of Hong Kong , 2012
This textbook provides students with basic knowledge of stochastic models that may apply to telecommunications research areas, such as traffic modelling, resource provisioning and traffic management. These study areas are often called teletraffic.
by S.A. Schelkunoff - J. Wiley , 1952
This book is about antennas -- about the physical principles underlying their behavior, the theory needed in sound antenna design and in planning meaningful experiments, the applications of theory to antennas in various frequency ranges.
by Reiner Thoma, et al. - InTech , 2013
Ultra-Wideband Radio (UWB) earmarks a new radio access philosophy and exploits several GHz of bandwidth. It promises high data rate communication over short distances as well as innovative radar sensing and localization applications.
by Ahmed Kishk - InTech , 2013
The book discusses basic and advanced concepts of microstrip antennas, including design procedure and recent applications. Book topics include discussion of arrays, spectral domain, optimization, multiband, dual and circular polarization, etc.
by Narottam Das (ed.) - InTech , 2012
The book covers general concepts of optical communication, components, systems, networks, signal processing and MIMO systems. Optical components and other enhanced signal processing functions are also considered in depth.
by Anish Arkatkar, et al. - Wikibooks , 2012
This book is about electrical communications networks, including both analog, digital, and hybrid networks. We will look at both broadcast and bi-directional data networks. The book will focus on existing technology, not too much on theory.
by Cheng-Xiang Wang, Joseph Mitola III (ed.) - InTech , 2012
Topics covered: Cognitive Media Access Control; Measurement and Statistics of Spectrum Occupancy; Adaptation from Transmission Security to Cognitive Radio Communication; Wideband Voltage Controlled Oscillators for Cognitive Radio Systems; etc.
by Tuan Do-Hong - Connexions , 2007
This course explores elements of the theory and practice of digital communications. It will model and study the effects of channel impairments on the performance of communication systems and introduce signal processing, modulation, and coding.
by Amos Lapidoth - Cambridge University Press , 2009
This intuitive yet rigorous introduction derives the core results of digital communication from first principles. Theory, rather than industry standards, motivates the approaches, and key results are stated with all the required assumptions.
by Jesus Hamilton Ortiz - InTech , 2012
This book guides readers through the basics of rapidly emerging networks to more advanced concepts and future expectations of Telecommunications Networks. It identifies and examines the most pressing research issues in Telecommunications.
by Shuanggen Jin - InTech , 2012
The book is devoted to recent results and developments in GNSS theory, system, signal, receiver, method, and errors sources, such as multipath effects and atmospheric delays. Furthermore, varied GNSS applications are demonstrated and evaluated.
by Janko Calic - Connexions , 2009
A more advanced communications course covering elements of modern digital communications. Contents: Signals; Systems; Time Domain Analysis of Continuous Time Systems; Frequency Domain; Continuous Time Fourier Transform; Sampling theory; etc.
- Wikibooks , 2011
This book covers a large number of topics in the field of electrical communications. It discusses topics of analog communication schemes, computer programming, network architectures, information infrastructures, communications circuit analysis, etc.
by Mohammad Matin - InTech , 2011
This book has addressed few challenges to ensure the success of UWB technologies and covers several research areas including UWB low cost transceiver, low noise amplifier (LNA), ADC architectures, UWB filter, and high power UWB amplifiers.
by Masoumeh Karimi, Yuri Labrador - InTech , 2011
This book analyzes various aspects of Satellite Communications: Antenna design, Real Time applications, Quality of Service (QoS), Atmospheric effects, Hybrid Satellite-Terrestrial Networks, Sensor Networks and High Capacity Satellite Links.
by George Benthien , 2010
Tutorial describing methods for encoding digital information in an electric or optical signal. Topics include Manchester and 4B/5B Encoding, Amplitude Modulation, Frequency Modulation, Phase Modulation, Minimum Shift Keying, Frequency Hopping, etc.
by Agassi Melikov - InTech , 2011
The development, implementation and operation of wireless cellular networks require engineers to address a number of interrelated problems. This book will be useful to researches and post-graduate students in telecommunication specialties.
by Hema A Murthy - NPTEL , 2008
Topics: Signal Spaces; Fourier Series; Fourier Transform; Sampling Theorem; Discrete Time Signals; Z Transforms; Basics of Probability Theory and Random Processes; Bandwidth; Amplitude Modulation; SSB - VSB Modulation; Noise Analysis AM, FM; etc.
by Igor Minin - InTech , 2010
Novel generation wireless system is a packet switched wireless system with wide area coverage and high throughput. This book will attract more interest in microwave and millimeter wave technologies and simulate new ideas on this fascinating subject.
by Christos J Bouras - InTech , 2010
This book gathers world-class scientists, engineers and educators engaged in the fields of telecommunications and presents their latest activities. The main focus of the book is the advances in telecommunications modeling, policy, and technology.
by Alessandro Bazzi - InTech , 2010
An overview of the major issues in radio communications: channel modeling, beamforming, multiple antennas, cooperative networks, opportunistic scheduling, advanced admission control, handover management, systems performance assessment, etc.
by Vitaliy Zhurbenko - InTech , 2010
This book highlights the new trends in analysis and design of microwave components and antennas, focusing on passive components such as novel resonators, filters, diplexers, power dividers, directional couplers, impedance transformers, waveguides...
by Bishnu Pal - InTech , 2010
Guided wave optics and optoelectronics are at the heart of optical communications, signal processing, biomedical optics, defense applications, etc. Optical communication in the last two decades has revolutionized the way information is transferred.
by David Griffin - Crete University Press , 1996
This book addresses the technologies and methods required for the management of broadband networks and services. It introduces relevant background information and presents detailed technical descriptions, covering a range of topics.
by Kenneth S. Schneider - Telebyte, Inc. , 1999
The book's subject is premises data communications using fiber optic cable as the transmission medium. It is an important topic both within the context of data communications today and into the future. All aspects of this subject are explored.
by Harry Dutton - IBM Corporation , 1998
A technical overview of the emerging technologies of fibre optical communications and optical networking. Written at the technical conceptual level it is intended as an introduction to the field for computer and data communication professionals.
by Andrew J. Viterbi, Jim K. Omura - McGraw-Hill , 1979
This classic text remains a vital resource three decades after its publication. It is geared toward students of communications theory and to designers of channels, links, terminals, modems, or networks used to transmit and receive digital messages.
by Thomas R Cuthbert - TRCPEP , 1999
This practical guide is for engineers who design RF networks that filter and match impedances over wide bands or match at a just one frequency. New techniques are described clearly and at a level between seminars and graduate-level instruction.
by Miomir Filipovic - mikroElektronika , 2003
The fastest way of information exchange is by radio, where transfer is being done by electromagnetic waves, traveling at the speed of light. This book covers the history and principles of radio transmission and an array of different radio receivers.
by David A. Johnson - Imagineering E-Zine , 2008
Introduction to the basic concepts of optical communications. The handbook discusses the physics of light and how it can be used to send information. It provides details of the components used in light transmitters and receivers.
by Sophocles J. Orfanidis , 2008
The book provides a broad and applications-oriented introduction to electromagnetic waves and antennas. It covers the propagation, reflection, and transmission of plane waves, multilayer films, waveguides, transmission lines, impedance matching, etc.
by David Tse, Pramod Viswanath - Cambridge University Press , 2005
The textbook on the fundamentals of wireless communication. It explains the concepts at a level accessible to an audience with a basic background in probability and digital communication. The text for graduates in electrical and computer engineering.
by The WNDW Production Team - Lulu.com , 2006
By applying wireless technology in areas that are in need of communications infrastructure, more people can be brought online than ever before. This book was created by a team of individuals participating in the ever-expanding Internet.
by John Larmouth - Prentice Hall , 1995
Provides an intelligent beginner with an understanding of OSI (Open Systems Interconnection). It is not an exposition of the technical detail of the OSI Standards, it aims to explain why OSI is the shape it is, and a guide to computer protocols.
by Edmund A. Laport - McGraw-Hill , 1952
The book includes an introduction to radio theory, the specification and design of large antenna systems, transmission lines, impedance matching techniques, and logarithmic potential theory. The text is supported by drawings, charts, and photographs.
by Bruce Hajek , 2006
This text describes the most popular analytical techniques for design and analysis of computer communication networks, with an emphasis on performance issues. Written for the graduate course Communication Network Analysis.
by Claude Shannon , 1948
Shannon presents results previously found nowhere else, and today many professors refer to it as the best exposition on the subject of the mathematical limits on communication. It laid the modern foundations for what is now coined Information Theory.