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Author: Floyd M. Gardner,John D. Baker
ISBN: 0471519642
Subcategory: Networking & Cloud Computing
Pages 592 pages
Publisher Wiley-Interscience; 1 edition (September 1996)
Language English
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eBook Simulation Techniques: Models of Communication Signals and Processes (Vol 1) download

by Floyd M. Gardner,John D. Baker


Floyd M. Gardner is a consulting engineer active in electronics and communications. John D. Baker worked for many years as a software engineer in communications, signal processing, and simulation.

Floyd M. Currently, he is at a university, applying his knowledge of technology to the teaching of mathematics. The authors have been working together on simulation programs since 1980. This book reveals much of what they have learned.

models of signal processes.

It describes the engineering principles of signal transmission and its simulation, explores programming issues, and provides a comprehensive reference for models of signal processes.

Simulation Techniques Vol. 1 : Models of Communication Signals and Processes. This book explains simulation principles and modelling, providing a background for performing useful engineering simulations. Gardner, John D. Baker. The first volume of a combined book and computer program for the simulation of communication systems

Floyd M. The first volume of a combined book and computer program for the simulation of communication systems. Describes the engineering principles of signal transmission and explores programming issues of simulation.

This book explains simulation principles and modeling in great detail. It describes the engineering principles of signal transmission and examines the programming issues encountered in simulation. STDT (Simulation Tools for Analysis and Evaluation of Data-Signal Transmission) is a versatile, powerful program for simulation of data signals and processes on personal computers. oceedings{nTM, title {Simulation Techniques: Models of Communication Signals and Processes}, author {Floyd M. Gardner and John Deane Baker}, year {1997} }. Floyd M. Gardner, John Deane Baker.

Simulation Techniques book.

In the first stage, the theoretical and simulation results will be presented for the proposed system. The simulation results obtained by comparing the classic UWB system and the proposed system show that our solution gives good performances in terms of BER and data rate. The theoretical results of BER values will be given for our proposed solution. In the second stage, we will compute BER values for different jitter effects. Theses studies report theoretical and simulation performances evaluation in the case of two users.

Библиографические данные. Phaselock Techniques.

The simulation of a communication system requires a. .F. M. Gardner, Phaselock Techniques, Wiley, New York (1966).

The simulation of a communication system requires a le description of the system  . While there are many different types of communication systems using a wide range of technologies, information transmission in all communication systems takes place through a series of basic (or generic ) signal-processing operations. 95. W. C. Lindsey and M. K. Simon, Telecommunication Systems Engineering, Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ (1973).

The design of communication systems has grown too complicated for the traditional design tools--mathematical analysis and laboratory breadboards. Enter the computer simulation, a powerful and versatile tool that is becoming essential for anyone who designs signal transmission or storage systems. This volume explains in detail how to use simulation programs as a software breadboard to analyze and evaluate the performance of data communications links. It describes the engineering principles of signal transmission and its simulation, explores programming issues, and provides a comprehensive reference for models of signal processes. The book clearly demonstrates how simulation techniques can be used to: * Create valid models of signal processes * Provide exibility through the use of modules * Simulate various elements of communications systems, from filters and modulators to test instruments * Explore alternative models for a given system * Circumvent the mathematical intractability of modern transmission links * Plan and construct a computer model in a matter of hours or days, versus the weeks or months needed for laboratory breadboards * Make parameter changes in minutes once a link has been modeled * Provide engineers and students with complete training on the elements of simulation A must have for designers, practicing engineers, and graduate students, this volume presents real-world techniques that can be used with the authors' ST?DT program (a companion work also published by Wiley), or independently with other commercially available simulators.