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Telecommunication Circuit Design. 2nd Edition. Wiley Series in Telecommunications and Signal Processing

  • ID: 2175562
  • Book
  • January 2002
  • Region: Global
  • 440 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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A practical and tutorial survey of circuit design and telecommunications networks

Telecommunication Circuit Design, Second Edition covers the basic concepts of telecommunications, the design of subsystems, and the practical realization of the electronic circuits that make up telecommunication systems. It combines circuit design with telecommunication theory to present a practical, balanced approach to the study of the field.

The author breaks down telecommunications systems into functional blocks, then studies each functional block in terms of the electronic devices used, circuit components, and power requirements. Sections on the Internet, the basics and practical aspects of facsimile transmission, multiple access techniques including FDMA and TDMA, spread–spectrum methods including FHMA and CDMA as well as phase modulation have been added to bring this edition up to date. The author uses illustrative examples throughout to describe these modern systems:

∗ Amplitude modulated (AM) radio and frequency modulated (FM) radio

∗ Television

∗ Telephone networks

∗ Facsimile machines

∗ Pagers, cordless phones, and cellular telephones

∗ Satellite and fiber optic transmission

Though an excellent tutorial for engineering students, the author′s practical approach to electronic circuit design also makes this comprehensive book useful as a review and reference for professionals in the telecommunications industry.
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Chapter One. The Hstory of Telecommunications.

Chapter Two. Amplitude Modulated Radio Transmitter.

Chapter Three. The Amplitude–Modulated Radio Receiver.

Chapter Four. Frequency Modulated Radio Transmitter.

Chapter Five. The Frequency Modulated Radio Receiver.

Chapter Six. The Television Transmitter.

Chapter Seven. The Television Receiver.

Chapter Eight. The Telephone Network.

Chapter Nine. Signal Processing in the Telephone System.

Chapter Ten. The Facsimile Machine.

Chapter Eleven. Personal Wireless Communication System.

Chapter Twelve. Telecommunication Transmission Media.

Appendix A. The Transformer.

Appendix B. Designation of Frequencies.

Appendix C. The Electromagnetic Spectrum.

Appendix D. The Modified Huffman Data Compression Code.

Appendix E. Electronic Memory.

Appendix F. Binary Coded Decimal to Seven–Segment Decoder.

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Patrick D. van der Puije
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