Phase And Phase-Difference Modulation In Digital Communications

Phase And Phase-Difference Modulation In Digital Communications


Choose Expedited Shipping at checkout for guaranteed delivery by Wednesday, October 16


Learn how and when to apply the latest phase and phase-difference modulation (PDM) techniques with this valuable guide for systems engineers and researchers. It helps you cut design time and fine-tune system performance.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780890069370
Publisher: Artech House, Incorporated
Publication date: 09/01/1997
Series: Artech House Communications Library Series
Pages: 388
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.00(d)

Table of Contents

Chapter 1Principles of Digital Transmission by Phase-Modulated Signals1
1.1Digital Transmission System and Modem Functions1
1.2Phase and Phase-Difference Modulation9
1.3Classification of Methods of Phase-Modulated Signal Receiving19
1.4First-Order and Second-Order Phase-Difference Modulation and Invariance Properties28
1.5Multiposition Phase-Modulated Signals36
1.6Signal-Code Structures Based on Phase-Modulated Signals46
Chapter 2General Algorithms for PDM Signal Formation and Processing57
2.1Invariance Property of Signal Discrete-Difference Transformation57
2.2General Algorithms for Signal Formation and Processing at a High-Order Difference Modulation63
2.3High-Order Phase-Difference Modulation68
2.4Optimum Keying Codes for Multiphase PM and PDM Signals73
2.5General Algorithms of Demodulation and Decoding of Multiphase PDM Signals81
Chapter 3Coherent Processing of PM and PDM Signals91
3.1Essence and Application of Coherent Processing91
3.2Coherent Demodulators of PM Signals95
3.3Coherent Demodulators of First-Order PDM Signals116
3.4Coherent Reception of High-Order PDM Signals139
3.5Coherent Reception of Amplitude-Phase-Modulated Signals145
3.6Methods and Units for Selecting Coherent Reference Oscillations (Carrier Recovery Techniques)156
Chapter 4Optimum Incoherent Processing of PDM Signals173
4.1Essence and Application of Incoherent Signal Processing173
4.2Optimum Incoherent Reception of First-Order PDM Signals176
4.3Modifications of the Optimum Incoherent Demodulators of First-Order PDM Signals187
4.4Optimum Incoherent Reception of Second-Order PDM Signals197
4.5Optimum Multisymbol Incoherent Reception of PDM Signals205
Chapter 5Autocorrelated Processing of PDM Signals217
5.1Essence and Application of Autocorrelated Signal Processing217
5.2Optimum Autocorrelated (Energy) Demodulators of First-Order PDM Signals222
5.3Optimum Autocorrelated (Energy) Demodulators of Second-Order PDM Signals234
5.4Carrier-Frequency-Invariant Autocorrelated Demodulators of PDM Signals240
5.5Autocorrelated Reception of PDM Signals at Fast Variations of a Carrier Frequency252
Chapter 6Noise Immunity of Phase and Phase-Difference Modulation Systems259
6.1Noise Immunity Performance259
6.2Foundations of Noise Immunity Theory: Binary PM and PDM Systems264
6.3Coherent Reception of High-Order PDM Signals281
6.4Optimum Incoherent Reception of Second-Order PDM Signals287
6.5Four-Phase PM and PDM Systems294
6.6Multiphase PM and PDM Systems310
6.7Carrier-Frequency-Invariant Demodulators of Second-Order PDM Signals323
6.8Quasicoherent Reception of Phase and Phase-Difference Modulation Signals329
AppendixHilbert Transform339
List of Abbreviations and Symbols343
About the Author351

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

See All Customer Reviews