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Bandwidth Efficient Coding

Bandwidth Efficient Coding

John B. Anderson

ISBN: 978-1-119-34522-0

Mar 2017

208 pages

$104.99

Description

This book addresses coding, a new solution to the major challenge of communicating more bits of information in the same radio spectrum.

  • Explores concepts and new transmission methods that have arisen in the last 15 years
  • Discusses the method of faster than Nyquist signaling
  • Provides self-education resources by including design parameters and short MATLAB routines
Bandwidth Efficient Coding takes a fresh look at classical information theory and introduces a different point of view for research and development engineers and graduate students in communication engineering and wireless communication.

Preface ix

1 Introduction 1

1.1 Electrical Communication, 2

1.2 Modulation, 4

1.3 Time and Bandwidth, 9

1.4 Coding Versus Modulation, 13

1.5 A Tour of the Book, 14

1.6 Conclusions, 15

2 Communication Theory Foundation 17

2.1 Signal Space, 18

2.2 Optimal Detection, 24

2.3 Pulse Aliasing, 35

2.4 Signal Phases and Channel Models, 37

2.5 Error Events, 43

2.6 Conclusions, 50

3 Gaussian Channel Capacity 58

3.1 Classical Channel Capacity, 59

3.2 Capacity for an Error Rate and Spectrum, 64

3.3 Linear Modulation Capacity, 68

3.4 Conclusions, 72

4 Faster than Nyquist Signaling 79

4.1 Classical FTN, 80

4.2 Reduced ISI-BCJR Algorithms, 87

4.3 Good Convolutional Codes, 101

4.4 Iterative Decoding Results, 110

4.5 Conclusions, 114

5 Multicarrier FTN 127

5.1 Classical Multicarrier FTN, 128

5.2 Distances, 134

5.3 Alternative Methods and Implementations, 138

5.4 Conclusions, 143

6 Coded Modulation Performance 145

6.1 Set-Partition Coding, 146

6.2 Continuous Phase Modulation, 153

6.3 Conclusions for Coded Modulation; Highlights, 161

7 Optimal Modulation Pulses 163

7.1 Slepian’s Problem, 164

7.2 Said’s Optimum Distance Pulses, 177

7.3 Conclusions, 185

Index 190