This unique text, for both the first year graduate student and the newcomer to the field, provides in-depth coverage of the basic principles of data communications and covers material which is not treated in other texts, including phase and timing recovery and echo cancellation. Throughout the book, exercises and applications illustrate the material while up-to-date references round out the work.4.31 Relative line signal power density spectra at data rate of 160 kbps. ... symbols/sec for Manchester, modified duobinary, and AMI; 120, 000 symbols/sec for 4B3T; 106, 667 symbols/sec for 3B2T; and 80, 000 symbols/sec for 2B1Q (4- level OAM). ... Figure 4.31 illustrates power density spectra for a number of the line codings at a data rate of 160 kbps. ... Each code has its advantages and disadvantages.
|Title||:||Data Communications Principles|
|Author||:||Richard D. Gitlin, Jeremiah Hayes, Stephen B. Weinstein|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 1992-09-30|