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Phase and Phase-Difference Modulation in Digital Communications

Phase and Phase-Difference Modulation in Digital Communications

By (author): Yuri Okunev
Copyright: 1997
Pages: 360
ISBN: 9780890069370

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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 by showing you how to choose the best Phase Modulation method for any digital communication system, and how to utilize practical algorithms for coherent, incoherent, and autocorrelated processing of PM and PDM signals. Written to assist you in solving the complex design problems you face every day in the digital communications environment, the book details basic formulas you can use to calculate error probability, compares bit error rates for all modems, and outlines the results in tabular form to help you more accurately estimate system performance. It also shows you how to achieve the maximum bit rate at restricted frequency and energy resources. Illustrated with 150 plots, schemes, and block diagrams, and including 600 equations, this book is an essential reference for systems designers and hardware/software engineers involved in wireless communications and signal processing equipment design. Researchers and developers will find the algorithms presented here invaluable when structuring new digital communications systems, and the extensive coverage of Phase and Phase-Difference Modulation theory make the book an excellent teaching tool for electrical engineering professors.
1. Principles of Digital Transmission by Phase-Modulated Signals: Digital Transmission System and Modem Functions. Phase and Phase-Difference Modulation. Classification of Methods of Phase-Modulated Signal Receiving. First-Order and Second-Order Phase-Difference Modulation and Invariance Properties. Multiposition Phase-Modulated Signals. Signal-Code Structures Based on Phase-Modulated Signals. 2. General Algorithms for PDM Signal Formation and Processing: Invariance Property of Signal Discrete-Difference Transformation. General Algorithms for Signal Formation and Processing at a High-Order Difference Modulation. High-Order Phase-Difference Modulation. Optimum Keying Codes for Multiphase PM and PDM Signals. General Algorithms of Demodulation and Decoding of Multiphase PDM Signals. 3. Coherent Processing of PM and PDM Signals: Essence and Application of Coherent Processing. Coherent Demodulators of PM Signals. Coherent Demodulators of First-Order PDM Signals. Coherent Reception of High-Order PDM Signals. Coherent Reception of Amplitude-Phase-Modulated Signals. Methods and Units for Selecting Coherent Reference Oscillations (Carrier Recovery Techniques). 4. Optimum Incoherent Processing of PDM Signals: Essence and Application of Incoherent Signal Processing. Optimum Incoherent Reception of First-Order PDM Signals. Modifications of the Optimum Incoherent Demodulators of First-Order PDM Signals. Optimum Incoherent Reception of Second-Order PDM Signals. Optimum Multisymbol Incoherent Reception of PDM Signals. 5. Autocorrelated Processing of PDM Signals: Essence and Application of Autocorrelated Signal Processing. Optimum Autocorrelated (Energy) Demodulators of First-Order PDM Signals. Optimum Autocorrelated (Energy) Demodulators of Second-Order PDM Signals. Carrier-Frequency-Invariant Autocorrelated Demodulators of PDM Signals. Autocorrelated Reception of PDM Signals at Fast Variations of a Carrier Frequency. 6. Noise Immunity of Phase and Phase-Difference Modulation Systems: Noise Immunity Performance. Foundations of Noise Immunity Theory - Binary PM and PDM Systems. Coherent Reception of High-Order PDM Signals. Optimum Incoherent Reception of Second-Order PDM Signals. Four-Phase PM and PDM Systems. Multiphase PM and PDM Systems. Carrier-Frequency-Invariant Demodulators of Second-Order PDM Signals. Quasicoherent Reception of Phase and Phase-Difference Modulation Signals.
  • Yuri Okunev Yuri Okunev has more than 20 years of research and engineering experience in digital communications, radio and satellite systems, wireless networks, and spread spectrum systems. Currently a systems engineer with Lucent Technologies Corporation, he holds a Ph.D. in engineering from Saint Petersburg State University of Telecommunications. Dr. Okunev has published 79 scientific papers and holds 18 patents.
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