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Data transmission and data reception or, more broadly, data communication or digital communications is the transfer and reception of data a digital bitstream or a digitized analog signal  over a point-to-point or point-to-multipoint communication channel.
This course aims at introducing advanced topics in digital communications and providing students with up-to-date knowledge of the techniques used in modern communication systems and the principles underlying their design. Topics include bandlimited channels, intersymbol interference and equalization, fading channel characteristics and models, the effect of fading on digital communication system, and the ways of mitigating this effect. The course will also discuss multicarrier communications, spread spectrum techniques and multiple access, with special emphasis on CDMA schemes and multiuser detection. These techniques are widely applied in modern communication systems, e. The course is a second course to EQ Digital Communications and focuses on advanced wireless transmission.
The communication that occurs in our day-to-day life is in the form of signals. These signals, such as sound signals, generally, are analog in nature. When the communication needs to be established over a distance, then the analog signals are sent through wire, using different techniques for effective transmission. The conventional methods of communication used analog signals for long distance communications, which suffer from many losses such as distortion, interference, and other losses including security breach. In order to overcome these problems, the signals are digitized using different techniques. The digitized signals allow the communication to be more clear and accurate without losses.
View larger. Additional order info. K educators : This link is for individuals purchasing with credit cards or PayPal only. A reference for professionals and a text for graduate courses in modulation and detection theory in digital communications. Written by internationally recognized leaders in the field, this volume presents complete, comprehensive, and modern coverage of the theory and practice of signal design and detection in digital communications. Based on the authors' vast industrial experience, it explores the basics as well as the state-of-the-art developments in both modulation and detection.
Introduction to Digital Communications explores the basic principles in the analysis and design of digital communication systems, including design objectives, constraints and trade-offs. After portraying the big picture and laying the background material, this book lucidly progresses to a comprehensive and detailed discussion of all critical elements and key functions in digital communications.
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Any type of data is transferred in analog signal. Any data is converted into electric form first and after that it is passed through communication channel. Analog communication uses a continuous signal which varies in amplitude, phase, or some other property with time in proportion to that of a variable. They digital signal consists of discrete values rather than continuous values. In digital communication physical transfer of data occurs in the form of digital bit stream i. In digital communication the digital transmission data can be broken into packets as discrete messages which is not allowed in analog communication.
Digital Communication Techniques: Signal Design and Detection. Marvin K. Simon, Jet Propulsion Laboratories. Sami M. Hinedi, Jet Propulsion Laboratories.