PRINCIPLES OF COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS Second Edition. Herbert Tanb. Donald L. Schilling Professors of Electrical Engineering The City College of New . PRINCIPLES OF COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS Second Edition Herbert Taub Donald L. Schilling Professors of Electrical Engineering The City College of New . Principles of Communication Systems. Authors: Herbert Taub ยท Donald L. Schilling View colleagues of Donald L. Schilling.

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prniciple A flat-topped pulse has a ell -m 0 M o 6 1 T Figure 5. Analogously, let us consider a random process such as a noise waveform n t mentioned at the beginning of this chapter.

The output is therefore an amplitude-modulated signal. Most of the power in sound is in the lower- frequency ranges. This result is established as follows. Calculate the variance of the random variables having densities: A special case of commhnication convolution theorem and one of very great utility is arrived at through the following considerations. The individual message can eventually be separated by filtering. It was then possible at the re- ceiving end to separate the individual signals by the use pronciple filters.

For this reason v 2 t is generally referred to as the normalized power of v t.

If G f is gaussian and is given by Eq. Note particularly that a mixer, since it yields sum and difference frequencies, will translate the ckmmunication spectrum of an FM signal but will have no effect on its frequency deviation. Thus, we would expect that a single die would yield a particular outcome, on the average, of 1 time out of 6.

In some cases the modulation is related simply to the message; in other cases the relationship is quite complicated. Taaub such is the case is to be seen from Fig. In the periodic case the spectral components are orthogonal over the interval T 0. The channel is corrupted by noise n whose probability density has the ngulir form shown in Fig.


The ensemble averages will be identical with the statistical aver- ages computed earlier in Sees. Consider a train of rectangular pulses.

Consider the power spectral density of an NRZ wavelorm as given by Eq. Find the Fourier transform of sin eo 0 l. Such multiple transmissions, i. Assume that bandpass filters are available which will provide 40 dB of attenuation in a communicatioon interval which is about 1 percent of the filter center frequency.

The output is the value of y averaged over many carrier cycles. Now let us consider the phasor diagram for AM. When the carrier is modulated to generate an FM signal, the power in the sidebands may appear only at the expense of the power originally in the carrier.

The nominal banc 4. The message occurs three times more frequently than m 2. This process is called time-division multiplexing. Such a solution is hardly gaub on the grounds that the signal power and consequent voltage levels at the transmitter would be simply astronomical and beyond the range of amplifiers to generate, and cables to handle.

An analysis of the system is very involved because of the two nonlinearities involved: We may readily verify Prob. The two signals m t and S t are applied to a multiplier as shown in Fig. Consider the power spectral density syystem an NRZ waveform as given by Cpmmunication.

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The recovery may be achieved by a reverse translation, which is accomplished simply by multiplying the tub signal with cos co c t. Make a plot of the two-sided power spectral density of the oscillator output wave- form.

Derive the convolution formula in the lrequency domain. A typical set of sample values is shown in Fig. For this reason, it is customary to perform the translation of the baseband signal to the final carrier frequency in several stages. As indicated in Fig.

The only reasonable outcome we can imagine is that, in very many drawings, 2 out of 10 will be black. What is the probability that this withdrawal was made from the box that held the two black balls’ 2. By properly adjusting the amplitude modulation, either the upper or lower sideband can be removed.


We shall see shortly, in principle, how many signals may be multiplexed.

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In this case the signal is represented in the fre- quency domain in terms of its Fourier transform, that is, in terms of its spectral density. Now consider that we have some arbitrary function f x and that we are interested infix only in the range from x, to x cmomunicationi.

Hence in evaluating the normalized power, we find no term corresponding to this cross product. This feature of the process of translation by multiplication may’ depending on the application, be a nuisance, a matter of indifference, or even an advantage Hence, this feature of the process is, of itself, neither an advantage nor a dis- advantage.

The extent to which a carrier has been amplitude-modulated is expressed in terms of a percentage modulation. For a mile run, even if we were satisfied with a received signal of 1 mV, the voltage at the transmitting end would have to be 10 volts. However, the two cosine functions in Eq.

The time T s is called the sampling time. Comment on the significance of this result 2. In short, a fixed amplitude, frequency-modulated input will generate, at the output of the frequency selective network, a waveform which is not only pginciple quency modulated but also amplitude modulated. In this connection it is of interest to note that even coaxial cable does not provide complete freedom from crosstalk.