Synopses & Reviews
Designed for senior electrical engineering students, this textbook explores the theoretical concepts of digital signal processing and communication systems by presenting laboratory experiments using real-time DSP hardware. Each experiment begins with a presentation of the required theory and concludes with instructions for performing them. Engineering students gain experience in working with equipment commonly used in industry. This text features DSP-based algorithms for transmitter and receiver functions.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 183-186) and index.
Table of Contents
Brief Overview of the Hardware and Software Tools. Experiment 2:
Learning to Use the Hardware and Software Tools by Generating a Sine Wave. Experiment 3:
Digital Filters. Experiment 4:
The FFT and Power Spectrum Estimation. Experiment 5:
Amplitude Modulation. Experiment 6:
Doublesideband Suppressedcarrier Amplitude Modulation and Coherent Detection. Experiment 7:
Single-sideband Modulation and Frequency Translation. Experiment 8:
Frequency Modulation. Experiment 9:
Pseudorandom Binary Sequences and Data Scramblers. Experiment 10:
Introduction to the RS232C Protocol and a Biterror Rate Tester. Experiment 11:
Digital Data Transmission by Baseband Pulse Amplitude Modulation (PAM). Experiment 12:
Fundamentals of Quadrature Amplitude Modulation. Experiment 13:
QAM Receiver I: General Description of Complete Receiver Block Diagram and Details of the Symbol Clock Recovery and Other Frontend Subsystems. Experiment 14:
QAM Receiver II: The Passband Adaptive Equalizer and Carrier Recovery System. Experiment 15:
Echo Cancellation for Fullduplex Modems. Experiment 16:
Suggestions for Additional Experiments. Appendixes. Index.