Synchronization in Digital Communications, Volume 1. Phase–, Frequency–Locked Loops, and Amplitude Control. Wiley Series in Telecommunications and Signal Processing

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  • 528 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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The first accessible, comprehensive treatment of synchronization in digital communications. This two–volume work presents a bottom–up approach emphasis is on applications rather than mathematics. The first volume presents the basics of phase, frequency and amplitude control, then covers more advanced topics such as the nonlinear theory of synchronizers. The second volume covers symbol/suppressed carrier synchronizers. Chapters are relatively self–contained for ease of reference.
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Phase–Locked Loop Fundamentals.

Phase–Locked Loop Tracking Performance in the Presence of Noise.

Unaided Acquisition.

Aided Acquisition.

Loop Threshold.

Amplitude Control.

Automatic Frequency Control.

Brief Review of Some Mathematical Fundamentals.

Relaxation Times, Meantime Between Cycle Slips, Transition Rates, and Eigenvalues of Fokker–Planck Operators.

Renewal Process Approach.

The Matrix Eigenvalue Approach.

Epilogue: Unexplored Topics.

Index.
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Heinrich Meyr
Gerd Ascheid
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