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Includes bibliographical references (p. 451-452) and index.
Table of contents Ch. 1. Noise in Communications Systems --
Ch. 2. Voice Signal Digitization --
Ch. 3. Digital Radio --
Ch. 4. Line-of-Sight Microwave Links --
Ch. 5. Communications Satellites --
Ch. 6. Satellite Earth Stations --
Ch. 7. Satellite Access --
Ch. 8. Satellite Links --
Ch. 9. Fiber-Optic Communications --
Ch. 10. Optical Fiber Communications Systems Analysis and Design --
Ch. 11. System Measurements and Performance Evaluation --
Ch. 12. Elements of High-Definition TV.
"During the last two decades, we have witnessed an ever-increasing demand for reliable and secure communications. These demands were satisfied with the implementation of digital transmission for short and long distances. The volume and clarity of voice, data, and video transmission will increase substantially in the early 21st century." "This book presents in detail the three media used in digital transmission: line-of-sight, satellite, and optical fibers. It also provides the reader with practical examples of system design."--BOOK JACKET.
Electronic & Telecommunication Engineering