Digital Communications is a classic book in the area that is designed to be used as a senior or graduate level text. The text is flexible and can easily be used in a one semester course or there is enough depth to cover two semesters. Its comprehensive nature makes it a great book for students to keep for reference in their professional careers. This all-inclusive guide delivers an outstanding introduction to the analysis and design of digital communication systems. Includes expert coverage of new topics: Turbocodes, Turboequalization, Antenna Arrays, Digital Cellular Systems, and Iterative Detection. Convenient, sequential organization begins with a look at the history and classification of channel models and builds from there.
Digital Communications 5eChapter 1: IntroductionChapter 2: Deterministic and Random Signal AnalysisChapter 3: Digital Modulation SchemesChapter 4: Optimum Receivers for AWGN ChannelsChapter 5: Carrier and Symbol SynchronizationChapter 6: An Introduction to Information TheoryChapter 7: Linear Block CodesChapter 8: Trellis and Graph Based CodesChapter 9: Digital Communication Through Band-Limited ChannelsChapter 10: Adaptive EqualizationChapter 11: Multi-channel and Multi-carrier SystemsChapter 12: Spread Spectrum Signals for Digital CommunicationsChapter 13: Fading Channels I: Characterization and SignalingChapter 14: Fading Channels II: Capacity and CodingChapter 15: Multiple-Antenna SystemsChapter 16: Multi-user CommunicationsAppendix A MatricesAppendix B Error Probability for Multichannel Binary SignalsAppendix C Error Probabilities for Adaptive Reception of M-Phase SignalsAppendix D Square Root FactorizationReferences and BibliographyIndex