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“A Foundation in Digital Communication”, written by Amos Lapidoth, is a systematic and insightful book, with over 300 exercises, is ideal for graduate courses in digital communication, and for anyone asking ‘why’ and not just ‘how’. Description This intuitive yet rigorous introduction derives the core results of digital communication from first principles. Theory, rather than industry standards, motivates the engineering approaches, and key results are stated with all the required assumptions. The book emphasizes the geometric view, opening with the inner product, the matched filter for its computation, Parseval’s theorem, the sampling theorem as an orthonormal expansion, the isometry between passband signals and their baseband representation, and the spectral-efficiency optimality of quadrature amplitude modulation (QAM). Table of Contents Some essential notation Signals, integrals, and sets of measure zero The inner product The space L2 of energy-limited signals Convolutions and filters The frequency response of filters and bandlimited signals Passband signals and their representation Complete orthonormal systems and the sampling theorem Sampling real passband signals Mapping bits to waveforms Nyquist’s criterion Stochastic processes: definition Stationary discrete-time stochastic processes Energy and power in PAM Operational power spectral density Quadrature amplitude modulation Complex random variables and processes Energy, power, and PSD in QAM The univariate Gaussian distribution Binary hypothesis testing Multi-hypothesis testing Sufficient statistics The multivariate Gaussian distribution Complex Gaussians and circular symmetry Continuous-time stochastic processes Detection in white Gaussian noise Noncoherent detection and nuisance parameters Detecting PAM and QAM signals in white Gaussian noise Linear binary block codes with antipodal signaling Book Details Author(s): Amos Lapidoth Publisher: Cambridge University Press Format(s): PDF File size: 6.99 MB N
"A Foundation in Digital Communication"