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by Andrew J. Viterbi

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ISBN:
0070675163
Author:
Andrew J. Viterbi
Category:
Computer Science
Language:
English
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill College (August 1, 1979)
Pages:
560 pages
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Appendixes of useful information appear throughout the text, and each .

Andrew J. Viterbi is a pioneer of wireless digital communications technology. Dr. Viterbi has received numerous awards, including the Christopher Columbus Medal, the IEEE Alexander Graham Bell Award, the Marconi International Fellowship Award, the IEEE Information Society Shannon Lecturer Award, and awards from the NEC C&C Foundation and the Eduard Rhein Foundation.

Communication and Coding by Andrew J. Omura

Principles of Digital Communication and Coding by Andrew J. Publisher: McGraw-Hill 1979 ISBN/ASIN: 0486469018 ISBN-13: 9780486469010 Number of pages: 576. Description: Written by two distinguished experts in the field of digital communications, this classic text remains a vital resource three decades after its initial publication.

IEEE Transactions on information theory, vol. IT-27, No. 5, september. Principles of Digital Communications and Coding-A. Lee D. davisson, Fellow, IEEE. One, Fundamentals of Digital Communication and Block Coding, presents information theory and the channel coding theorem for block. codes together with a good discussion of various error bounds.

Start by marking Principles of Digital Communication and Coding as Want to Read . Written by two distinguished experts in the field of digital communications, this classic text remains a vital resource three decades after its initial publication.

Start by marking Principles of Digital Communication and Coding as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The three-part approac Written by two distinguished experts in the field of digital communications, this classic text remains a vital resource three decades after its initial publication.

The co-authors of Principles of Digital Communication and Coding are famous professionals who devoted their whole lives to studying digital communications.

Within this community, digital communication theory has come to signify the body of knowledge and . One. Fundamentals of digital communication and block coding.

Within this community, digital communication theory has come to signify the body of knowledge and techniques which deal with the two-faceted problem of (1) minimizing the number of bits which must be transmitted over the communication channel so as to provide a given printed, audio, or visual record within a predetermined fidelity requirement (called source coding); and (2) ensuring that. bits transmitted over the channel are received correctly despite the effects of interference of various types and origins (called channel coding).

Lee D. Readers already somewhat familiar with information theory, digital communications, and coding will find this work to be an excellent reference, particularly with regard to convolutional coding with Viterbi decoding and Omura’s approach to rate distortion theory and universal coding.

Written by two distinguished experts in the field of digital communications, this classic text remains a vital resource three decades after its initial publication. Its treatment is geared toward students of communications theory and to designers of channels, links, terminals, modems, or networks used to transmit and receive digital messages. 1979 edition.
  • Zeueli
I used this as a text when it came out in my classes I taught at GWU. While at MIT I had used Wozencraft and Jacobs and Gallager, the older classics and also Van Trees. But when I got the chance with Viterbi and Omura it was clear sailing.

The approach is based upopn a clear but sophisticated means of exposition. On the other hand Gallager was elegant in his development of bounds, after all he had originated them, but in Viterbi and Omura they do so in a clear and straightforward manner.

The Channel Coding Theorem and the Source Coding Theorem are presented in a consistent and complementary manner.

Convolutional coding is superbly presented and as one would expect out of Viterbi the Viterbi decoding algorithm is presented here better than any other place.

Overall this text is at the pinnacle of precise and straightforward explanation. One does not have to try and figure out how they go from one line to the other. It is engineering and not an attempt to be mathematics.

It is Andy and Jim at their best and a welcome return to the fore.
  • Fordrellador
I think this book is one of best in its track. My personal choice is to use it (especially coding part) with the celebrated book of Wozencraft and Jacobs(especially modulation part). Even though both are somehow outdated, they are unique in the sense of the brevity and lucidity.
  • Corgustari
This book is pretty well written and really help you understand the materials better. This book is pretty well organized and very easy to follow
  • Minnai
This is The Book in digital communications at the graduate level. Chapter 1 serves as the introduction. Chapter 2 teaches elementary knowledge in block codes. Chapter 3 analyzes block code ensemble performance, and is the best among all of the books/chapters ever written on this topic. Chapters 4-6 entertains students and engineers who really want to understand convolutional codes. Chapters 7-8 are on rate distortion theory. Part 1 and Part 2 contains sufficient materials for a one semester intense class on block codes and convolutional codes.
  • caster
The book is a classic one in the area on digital communication. Even till now, it has the reference value for the engineers which are researching on digital communication. I hope I have a chance to read it.I believe that it can do a great help to me.
  • Ndlaitha
This book is for the very serious student - only. It is all math, and more math. There are no circuits, block diagrams, or any practical implementations shown. All theory. Not what I was looking for.