Digital Communication (A Conceptual Approach)

Digital Communication (A Conceptual Approach)

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Publisher Technical Publications All Electronics and Telecom books by Technical Publications
ISBN 9788184311808
Author: Dr. J. S. Chitode
Number of Pages 711
Edition Third Revised Edition
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Digital Communication (A Conceptual Approach) by Dr. J. S. Chitode
Book Summary:

It is a matter of great pleasure to present third edition of this book. Large number of solved examples are added in this edition. Suggestions and ideas from many readers are also covered in this edition. The sequence of some of the chapters and topics is also changed to make understanding easy.

This book presents the fundamental concepts of digital communication. Actually digital communication is derived from analog communication only. Therefore the mathematical tools like Fourier series, Fourier transform etc. also apply to digital communication theory.

Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for Electronics & Computer Science Engineering student.
Table of Contents:

1. Introduction to Digital Transmission

2. Signals and Systems

3. Probability Theory and Random Processes

4. Techniques of Sampling

5. Digital Modulation Techniques

6. Data Transmission

7. Coding Techniques

8. Spread Spectrum Techniques

9. Advanced Communication Systems

Appendix

References

Index

Important Mathematical Relations