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Digital Signal Transmission
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This textbook will provide both undergraduates and practising engineers with an up-to-date and thorough grounding in the concepts of modern digital transmission. The book is not encyclopaedic, rather it selects the key concepts and processes and explains them in a deliberate pedagogic style. These concepts and processes are then illustrated by a number of system descriptions. The book is divided into three parts. The longest, Part II, describes the basic processes of digital transmission, such as matched filter detection, pulse shaping, line coding, channel coding, error detection and correction, etc. Understanding the concepts behind these processes requires a grasp of basic mathematical models, and this is provided in Part I. Finally, to put the processes in context, Part III describes elements of the public switched telephone network. The text is written throughout in a modern, digital context, and is comprehensively illustrated with helpful figures. Although the mathematical models (time- and frequency-domain concepts) have wider relevance, they are developed specifically for modelling digital signals. The processes described are those found in current transmission systems, and the description of the PSTN includes an outline of newly formulated standards for the synchronous digital hierarchy (SDH), SONET and for broadband ISDN (ATM). The book will be of great value to 2nd and 3rd year undergraduates studying telecommunications, as well as to graduate trainees and practising engineers. It is appropriate for either private study or as a text associated with a taught telecommunications course. The many worked examples and exercises with solutions will be particularly helpful.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 08.12.2019
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The 3G IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS)
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The 3G IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS): Merging the Internet andthe Cellular Worlds, Second Edition is an updated version ofthe best-selling guide to this exciting technology that will mergethe Internet with the cellular world, ensuring the availability ofInternet technologies such as the web, email, instant messaging,presence and videoconferencing nearly everywhere. In thisthoroughly revised overview of the IMS and its technologies, goals,history, vision, the organizations involved in its standardizationand architecture, the authors first describe how each technologyworks on the Internet and then explain how the same technology isadapted to work in the IMS, enabling readers to take advantage ofany current and future Internet service. Key features of the Second Edition include: * New chapter on Next Generation Networks, including an overviewon standardization, the architecture, and PSTN/ISDN simulationservices. * Fully updated chapter on the Push-to-talk over Cellular (PoC)service, covering the standardization in the Open Mobile Alliance(OMA), architecture, PoC session types, user plane, and the TalkBurst Control Protocol. * Several expanded sections, including discussion of the role ofthe Open Mobile Alliance in the standardization process, IPv4support in IMS, a description of the IMS Application Layer Gatewayand the Transition Gateway, and a description of the presence datamodel. * Updated material on the presence service, session-based instantmessages with the Message Session Relay Protocol (MSRP), and theXML Configuration Access Protocol (XCAP). * Supported by a companion website on which instructors andlecturers can find electronic versions of the figures. Engineers, programmers, business managers, marketingrepresentatives, and technically aware users will all find this tobe an indispensable guide to IMS and the business model behindit.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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The 3G IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS)
79,99 € *
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The 3G IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS): Merging the Internet andthe Cellular Worlds, Second Edition is an updated version ofthe best-selling guide to this exciting technology that will mergethe Internet with the cellular world, ensuring the availability ofInternet technologies such as the web, email, instant messaging,presence and videoconferencing nearly everywhere. In thisthoroughly revised overview of the IMS and its technologies, goals,history, vision, the organizations involved in its standardizationand architecture, the authors first describe how each technologyworks on the Internet and then explain how the same technology isadapted to work in the IMS, enabling readers to take advantage ofany current and future Internet service. Key features of the Second Edition include: * New chapter on Next Generation Networks, including an overviewon standardization, the architecture, and PSTN/ISDN simulationservices. * Fully updated chapter on the Push-to-talk over Cellular (PoC)service, covering the standardization in the Open Mobile Alliance(OMA), architecture, PoC session types, user plane, and the TalkBurst Control Protocol. * Several expanded sections, including discussion of the role ofthe Open Mobile Alliance in the standardization process, IPv4support in IMS, a description of the IMS Application Layer Gatewayand the Transition Gateway, and a description of the presence datamodel. * Updated material on the presence service, session-based instantmessages with the Message Session Relay Protocol (MSRP), and theXML Configuration Access Protocol (XCAP). * Supported by a companion website on which instructors andlecturers can find electronic versions of the figures. Engineers, programmers, business managers, marketingrepresentatives, and technically aware users will all find this tobe an indispensable guide to IMS and the business model behindit.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 08.12.2019
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Digital Signal Transmission
59,49 € *
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This textbook will provide both undergraduates and practising engineers with an up-to-date and thorough grounding in the concepts of modern digital transmission. The book is not encyclopaedic, rather it selects the key concepts and processes and explains them in a deliberate pedagogic style. These concepts and processes are then illustrated by a number of system descriptions. The book is divided into three parts. The longest, Part II, describes the basic processes of digital transmission, such as matched filter detection, pulse shaping, line coding, channel coding, error detection and correction, etc. Understanding the concepts behind these processes requires a grasp of basic mathematical models, and this is provided in Part I. Finally, to put the processes in context, Part III describes elements of the public switched telephone network. The text is written throughout in a modern, digital context, and is comprehensively illustrated with helpful figures. Although the mathematical models (time- and frequency-domain concepts) have wider relevance, they are developed specifically for modelling digital signals. The processes described are those found in current transmission systems, and the description of the PSTN includes an outline of newly formulated standards for the synchronous digital hierarchy (SDH), SONET and for broadband ISDN (ATM). The book will be of great value to 2nd and 3rd year undergraduates studying telecommunications, as well as to graduate trainees and practising engineers. It is appropriate for either private study or as a text associated with a taught telecommunications course. The many worked examples and exercises with solutions will be particularly helpful.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 08.12.2019
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Digital Signal Transmission
59,99 € *
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This textbook will provide both undergraduates and practising engineers with an up-to-date and thorough grounding in the concepts of modern digital transmission. The book is not encyclopaedic, rather it selects the key concepts and processes and explains them in a deliberate pedagogic style. These concepts and processes are then illustrated by a number of system descriptions. The book is divided into three parts. The longest, Part II, describes the basic processes of digital transmission, such as matched filter detection, pulse shaping, line coding, channel coding, error detection and correction, etc. Understanding the concepts behind these processes requires a grasp of basic mathematical models, and this is provided in Part I. Finally, to put the processes in context, Part III describes elements of the public switched telephone network. The text is written throughout in a modern, digital context, and is comprehensively illustrated with helpful figures. Although the mathematical models (time- and frequency-domain concepts) have wider relevance, they are developed specifically for modelling digital signals. The processes described are those found in current transmission systems, and the description of the PSTN includes an outline of newly formulated standards for the synchronous digital hierarchy (SDH), SONET and for broadband ISDN (ATM). The book will be of great value to 2nd and 3rd year undergraduates studying telecommunications, as well as to graduate trainees and practising engineers. It is appropriate for either private study or as a text associated with a taught telecommunications course. The many worked examples and exercises with solutions will be particularly helpful.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 08.12.2019
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