By MICHAEL MOHER

ISBN-10: 0471432229

ISBN-13: 9780471432227

The second one version of this obtainable booklet offers readers with an introductory therapy of verbal exchange conception as utilized to the transmission of information-bearing indications. whereas it covers analog communications, the emphasis is put on electronic know-how. It starts by way of providing the useful blocks that represent the transmitter and receiver of a conversation method. Readers will subsequent find out about electric noise after which development to multiplexing and a number of entry suggestions.

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Modulator-demodulator) to provide a fast communication link between that host and its subnet. When we say “fast,” we mean operating speeds on the order of megabits per second and higher. A device that satisfies this requirement is the so-called digital subscriber line (DSL). What makes the DSL all the more remarkable is the fact that it can operate over a linear wideband channel with an arbitrary frequency response. Such a channel is exemplified by an ordinary telephone channel built using twisted pairs for signal transmission.

4 are both asymmetric functions of time t. Their Fourier transforms are therefore complex valued, as shown in Eqs. 13). Moreover, from these Fourier-transform pairs, we readily see that truncated decaying and rising exponential pulses have the same amplitude spectrum, but the phase spectrum of the one is the negative of the phase spectrum of the other. 1 Evaluate the Fourier transform of the damped sinusoidal wave ᭣ g1t2 ϭ exp1Ϫt2 sin12pfc t2u1t2, where u1t2 is the unit step function. 2 Determine the inverse Fourier transform of the frequency function ᭣ G1f 2 defined by the amplitude and phase spectra shown in Fig.

As the pulse duration T is decreased, this first zero-crossing moves up in frequency. Conversely, as the pulse duration T is increased, the first zero-crossing moves toward the origin. This example shows that the relationship between the time-domain and frequencydomain descriptions of a signal is an inverse one. That is, a pulse narrow in time has a significant frequency description over a wide range of frequencies, and vice versa. 3. Note also that in this example, the Fourier transform G1f2 is a real-valued and symmetric function of frequency f.

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