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Digital Communication 3rd Edition By Barryzip


Digital Communication 3rd Edition By Barryzip




Digital communication is the process of transmitting and receiving information in the form of binary digits (bits) over various physical media, such as wire pairs, coaxial cable, optical fiber, and radio waves. Digital communication has many advantages over analog communication, such as higher reliability, efficiency, security, and flexibility. Digital communication also enables the use of advanced techniques such as error control coding, modulation, equalization, and multiple access to improve the performance and capacity of communication systems.




Digital Communication 3rd Edition By Barryzip



One of the most comprehensive and authoritative textbooks on digital communication is Digital Communication by John R. Barry, Edward A. Lee, and David G. Messerschmitt. This book covers the fundamental concepts and principles of digital communication, as well as the latest developments and applications in wireless communication, multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) channels, error control coding, and signal processing. The book is suitable for undergraduate and graduate students, as well as researchers and practitioners in the field of digital communication.


The third edition of Digital Communication was published in 2004 by Springer. It has 17 chapters and 838 pages. The book has been updated to reflect the remarkable advances in wireless communication, including cellular telephony and wireless local-area networks. The book also expands the treatment of communication theories underlying wireless, and especially advanced techniques involving multiple antennas, which turn the traditional single-input single-output channel into a MIMO channel. This stimulates many advanced techniques such as adaptive antennas and coding techniques that take advantage of space as well as time. The book also includes two new chapters, one on the theory of MIMO channels, and the other on diversity techniques for mitigating fading.


The book also revises the treatment of error-control coding to reflect the current state of the art. The book covers the invention of turbo codes in 1993 and the subsequent rediscovery of Gallager's low-density parity-check codes. These codes have revolutionized the field of error-control coding by achieving near-optimal performance with low complexity decoding algorithms. The book also covers other topics such as pulse-amplitude modulation, advanced modulation, probabilistic detection, equalization, adaptive equalization, phase-locked loops, carrier recovery, timing recovery, and multiple access alternatives.


The book is accompanied by a website that provides supplementary materials such as exercise solutions, lecture slides, MATLAB programs, and additional chapters that were moved from the previous edition to make room. The website also provides links to other useful resources such as online courses, journals, conferences, and software tools related to digital communication.


Digital Communication is a classic textbook that provides a comprehensive and rigorous treatment of digital communication theory and practice. It is highly recommended for anyone who wants to learn more about digital communication or to refresh their knowledge on this important topic.


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