| About The Book Communication Engineering
This compact and student-friendly text offers a comprehensive introduction to several topics of communication engineering, imparting a thorough grounding in the fundamental concepts of modulation and demodulation, radio transmitters and receivers, telephone communication systems, radar, television, network management in data communication, and some advanced communication systems such as cellular radio, satellite networking and so on. It explains the basic theory of operation and applications. The main objective is to provide the students with a clear understanding of the principles of communication engineering, aided by several diagrams and solved numerical problems.
Distinguishing features :
A number of solved examples that illustrate the application of theory to reinforce the concepts
Concepts are explained with block diagrams that highlight the most significant points for better understanding
Numerous objective type questions (around 400) are provided in the Appendix
The book is primarily addressed to the needs of the undergraduate students of electrical and electronics, electronics and communication engineering, and telecommunication engineering.
Table of Contents:
Chapter 1. INTRODUCTION
Chapter 2. MODULATION AND DEMODULATION
Chapter 3. RADIO COMMUNICATION
Chapter 4. TELECOMMUNICATION
Chapter 5. RADAR
Chapter 6. TELEVISION
Chapter 7. NETWORK MANAGEMENT IN COMMUNICATION
Chapter 8. ADVANCED COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS