Contemporary communication systems provides a comprehensive introduction to analog and digital communication systems. In addition to a logical and easy-to-understand presentation of fundamental principles, the book engages students in the issues relevant to system and product implementation by integrating a discussion of theoretical concepts with extensive hands-on visual and simulation resources that reinforce learning. Semiconductor revolution (Moore's law) and advances in software technologies continue to drive the rapid development of digital communication systems. In this context, the book offers coverage of the relevant topics in compression, multiplexing, and synchronization fields. Salient Features • Numerous examples, including MATLAB exercises and Simulink experiments, to reinforce the key concepts and mathematical results. • Extensive resources for instructors and students on the book's website including Power-Point slides, additional worked-out problems and MATLAB exercises, and Simulink files for the problems in the book and student exercises. • Use of Simulink as a key pedagogical tool to help students develop appreciation of theoretical models in the design and analysis of communication systems.

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PublisherMcGraw Hill
Publish YearJune 2014