Tipo: materialTypeLabelLibro - General
Ubicación Física: 621.385 / B613

ADSL, VDSL, and multicarrier modulation /

Autor: Bingham, John A. C.
Serie: Wiley series in telecommunications and signal processing.
Pié de imprenta: New York : John Wiley & Sons, 2000.
Descripción: 289 páginas. 16 x 24 cm.
ISBN: 0471290998.
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Resumen: Precise descriptions of problems associated with the transmission of high-speed data and how to solve them. Clear explanations of the DSL medium and how to calculate its capacity. Discussions of the theory as well as advantages and disadvantages of MCM. A link between psychical and higher layers for Internet access. Essential yet hard-to-find information on spectral management. Over 100 tables and graphs of data rates illustrating the theory, plus MATLAB program listings.With DSL technology poises to provide the fastest means of Internet Access for years to come, there is a growing need practical information on running xDSL services over existing telephone lines. Communications expert John Bringham draws on three decades of intimate involvement with data transmission research to provide a complete guide to the state art and future direction of multicarrier modulation (MCM) one of the key methods for high-speed data transmission today. Geared to designers and system planners working with DSL moderns, Internet access, and telephony, DSL, VDSL, and Multicarrier Modulation presents everything engineers and programmers need to design MCM modems, understand current implementations, and formulate strategies for future improvements and research. Detailed, thoroughly logical coverage includes:

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Precise descriptions of problems associated with the transmission of high-speed data and how to solve them. Clear explanations of the DSL medium and how to calculate its capacity. Discussions of the theory as well as advantages and disadvantages of MCM. A link between psychical and higher layers for Internet access. Essential yet hard-to-find information on spectral management. Over 100 tables and graphs of data rates illustrating the theory, plus MATLAB program listings.

With DSL technology poises to provide the fastest means of Internet Access for years to come, there is a growing need practical information on running xDSL services over existing telephone lines. Communications expert John Bringham draws on three decades of intimate involvement with data transmission research to provide a complete guide to the state art and future direction of multicarrier modulation (MCM) one of the key methods for high-speed data transmission today. Geared to designers and system planners working with DSL moderns, Internet access, and telephony, DSL, VDSL, and Multicarrier Modulation presents everything engineers and programmers need to design MCM modems, understand current implementations, and formulate strategies for future improvements and research. Detailed, thoroughly logical coverage includes:

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