Contemporary Communication Systems (IE-Paperack)

Mohammed Farooque Mesiya





Simple, step-by-step presentation in sufficient detail to allow students to master the fundamental concepts in communication systems.
The use of Simulink' as a key pedagogical tool to help students develop appreciation of theoretical models in the design and analysis of communication systems.
Numerous examples, including MATLAB exercises, to reinforce the key concepts and mathematical results.
Chapter introductions that preview the material covered in the chapter and its relevance in practice.
Chapter summaries that reiterate the chapter's most important concepts.
Historical sidebars that chronicle milestone events in the history of communication technologies and systems.
Interviews with renowned contributors in the field of communications that should inspire and motivate students.
References that point to more advanced materials.
Extensive resources for instructors and students on the book's website including PowerPoint slides, additional worked out problems and MATLAB exercises, Simulink files for the problems in the book and student exercises.


Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Review of Signals and Linear Systems
Chapter 3: Simulation of Communication Systems Using MATLAB/Simulink
Chapter 4: Amplitude Modulation (AM)
Chapter 5: Angle Modulation
Chapter 6: Probability and Random Processes
Chapter 7: Noise Performance of Analog Communication Systems
Chapter 8: Conversion of Analog Signals to Digital Format
Chapter 9: Digital Baseband Modulation
Chapter 10: Detection of Baseband Signals in Noise
Chapter 11: Digital Information Transmission Using Carrier Modulation
Chapter 12: Digital Signal Transmission Through Time Dispersive Channels Chapter 13: Digital Multiplexing and Synchronization
Chapter 14: Information Theory and Compression Techniques
Chapter 15: Channel Coding Techniques