Modern Electronic Communication
For courses in Electronic Communications and Communication Systems.Now in its seventh edition, Modern Electronic Communication thoroughly examines the key concepts in electronic communications. Each chapter includes a section introducing a key communications concept using Electronic Workbench Multisim. Key terms are provided in the margins which highlight important concepts.
- Mixed media product | 883 pages
- 205.74 x 254 x 40.64mm | 1,905.08g
- 17 Apr 2001
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
- 7th edition
Table of contents
(NOTE: Most chapters begin with an Introduction and conclude with Troubleshooting, Troubleshooting with Electronics Workbench Multisim, Summary, and Questions and Problems.)1. Introductory Topics. The dB in Communications. Noise. Noise Designation and Calculation. Noise Measurement. Information and Bandwidth. LC Circuits. Oscillators.2. Amplitude Modulation: Transmission. Amplitude Modulation Fundamentals. Percentage Modulation. AM Analysis. Circuits for AM Generation. AM Transmitter Systems. Transmitter Measurements.3. Amplitude Modulation: Reception. Receiver Characteristics. AM Detection. Superheterodyne Receivers. Superheterodyne Tuning. Superheterodyne Analysis. Automatic Gain Control. AM Receiver Systems.4. Single-Sideband Communications. Single-Sideband Characteristics. Sideband Generation: The Balanced Modulator. SSB Filters. SSB Transmitters. SSB Demodulation. SSB Receivers.5. Frequency Modulation: Transmission. Angle Modulation. A Simple FM Generator. FM Analysis. Noise Suppression. Direct FM Generation. Indirect FM Generation. Phase-Locked Loop FM Transmittor. Stereo FM. FM Transmissions.6. Frequency Modulation: Reception. Block Diagram. RF Amplifiers. Limiters. Discriminators. Phase-Locked Loop. Stereo Demodulation. FM Receivers.7. Communications Techniques. Frequency Conversion. Special Techniques. Receiver Noise, Sensitivity, and Dynamic Range Relationships. Frequency Synthesis. Direct Signal Synthesis. FM Communications Transceivers. Spread-Spectrum Techniques.8. Digital Communications: Coding Techniques. Alphanumeric Codes. Pulse-Code Modulation. Digital Signal Encoding Formats. Coding Principles. Code Error Detection and Correction.9. Digital Communications: Transmission. Background Material for Digital Communications. Bandwidth Considerations. Digital Modulation Techniques. Delta and Pulse Modulation. Time-Division Multiple Access (TDMA). Data Transmission. Telemetry. Computer Communication.10. Network Communications. Basic Telephone Operation. Cellular Phone and PCS Systems. Local Area Networks. Assembling a LAN. LAN Interconnection. Internet. IP Telephony. Interfacing the Networks.11. Transmission Line. Types of Transmission Lines. Electrical Characteristics of Transmission Lines. Propagation of DC Voltage Down a Line. Nonresonant Line. Resonant Transmission Line. Standing Wave Ratio. The Smith Chart. Transmission Line Applications.12. Wave Propagation. Electrical to Electromagnetic Conversion. Electromagnetic Conversion. Electromagnetic Waves. Waves Not in Free Space. Ground- and Space-Wave Propagation. Sky-Wave Propagation. Satellite Communications.13. Antennas. Basic Antenna Theory. Half-Wave Dipole (Hertz) Antenna. Radiation Resistance. Antenna Feed Lines. Vertical (Marconi) Antenna. Antenna Arrays. Special-Purpose Antennas.14. Waveguides and Radar. Comparison of Transmission Systems. Types of Waveguides. Physical Picture of Waveguide Propagation. Other Types of Waveguides. Other Waveguide Considerations. Termination and Attenuation. Directional Coupler. Coupling Waveguide Energy and Cavity Resonators. Radar. Microintegrated Circuit Waveguiding.15. Microwaves and Lasers. Microwave Antennas. Microwave Tubes. Solid-State Microwave Devices. Ferrites. Low-Noise Amplification. Lasers.16. Television. Transmitter Principles. Transmitter/Receiver Synchronization. Resolution. The Television Signal. Television Receivers. The Front End and IF Amplifiers. The Video Section. Sync and Deflection. Principles of Color Television. Sound and Picture Improvements. Digital Television.17. Fiber Optics. The Nature of Light. Optical Fibers. Fiber Attenuation and Dispersion. Optical Components. Fiber Connections and Splices. System Design and Operational Issues. Cabling and Construction. Optical Networking. Safety.Appendix A. Glossary. Acronyms and Abbreviations. Index.