Communication Engineering Principles is aimed at undergraduates in communication engineering, and uses an innovative approach to provide a comprehensive introduction to the subject, imparting a thorough grounding in the fundamental concepts and design issues involved. This book takes the approach that the engineering must come before the mathematics, allowing the reader to appreciate the underlying engineering concepts without being deterred or confused by a needlessly high level of mathematics. Wherever possible, Communication Engineering Principles uses a minimal mathematics approach, employing a clear writing style and lucid graphs and diagrams to aid understanding. The book also coaches the reader in practical problem solving, using examples from a wide range of current applications in communication engineering. After studying the material in this book the reader will have the skill and confidence to deal with more specialist telecommunications topics. Am Provides a firm foundation in the principles of communication engineering Am Takes a minimal mathematics approach, allowing the reader an unclouded view of the fundamental concepts Am Gives an overview of more complex topics Am Includes several unpublished original derivations and insights in modulation, white noise, bit error rates and the matched filter Am Also suitable for short courses in telecommunications for practising engineers and as supplementary reading for MSc Students.... m * r Message Out Output voltage (b) Frequency Extended linear | region FM transmitter and receiver Transmitter The basic elements of a broadcast FM transmitter are shown in Fig. ... Figure 4.38 Balanced discriminator:(a) Circuit diagram;anbsp;...
|Title||:||Communication Engineering Principles|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2001-02-26|