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Modeling of Digital Communication Systems Using SIMULINK von Giordano, Arthur A. (eBook)

  • Erscheinungsdatum: 01.04.2015
  • Verlag: Wiley
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Modeling of Digital Communication Systems Using SIMULINK

A comprehensive and detailed treatment of the program SIMULINK® that focuses on SIMULINK® for simulations in Digital and Wireless Communications Modeling of Digital Communication Systems Using SIMULINK® introduces the reader to SIMULINK®, an extension of the widely-used MATLAB modeling tool, and the use of SIMULINK® in modeling and simulating digital communication systems, including wireless communication systems. Readers will learn to model a wide selection of digital communications techniques and evaluate their performance for many important channel conditions. Modeling of Digital Communication Systems Using SIMULINK ® is organized in two parts. The first addresses Simulink ® models of digital communications systems using various modulation, coding, channel conditions and receiver processing techniques. The second part provides a collection of examples, including speech coding, interference cancellation, spread spectrum, adaptive signal processing, Kalman filtering and modulation and coding techniques currently implemented in mobile wireless systems. Covers case examples, progressing from basic to complex Provides applications for mobile communications, satellite communications, and fixed wireless systems that reveal the power of SIMULINK modeling Includes access to useable SIMULINK® simulations online
Covering both the use of SIMULINK® in digital communications and the complex aspects of wireless communication systems, Modeling of Digital Communication Systems Using SIMULINK ® is a great resource for both practicing engineers and students with MATLAB experience. Arthur Giordano, PhD , is a consultant in the field of military and commercial communications specializing in wireless communications. He is a co-founder of G5 Scientific, LLC, is a senior member of the IEEE and has taught graduate communications courses. He has developed numerous models using MathWorks ® ' SIMULINK® ® to characterize digital communications systems. Allen Levesque, PhD, is a consultant specializing in digital communications systems, and is a partner in G5 Scientific, LLC. He has taught graduate courses in digital communications at Worcester Polytechnic Institute and is currently a Research Scientist in WPI's Center for Wireless Information Network Studies. Dr. Levesque is an elected Fellow of the IEEE.

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    Format: ePUB
    Kopierschutz: AdobeDRM
    Seitenzahl: 408
    Erscheinungsdatum: 01.04.2015
    Sprache: Englisch
    ISBN: 9781119009535
    Verlag: Wiley
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Modeling of Digital Communication Systems Using SIMULINK

Preface

This book is designed to introduce the communications systems engineer to the use of The MathWorks® Simulink® 1 for modeling and evaluating the performance of digital communications systems. Simulink is a block-oriented modeling tool that utilizes well-tested MATLAB® code to enable rapid development of simulations for communication systems modeling. This block-oriented approach obviates the need for writing new software routines. The Simulink library provides an extensive array of MathWorks-verified blocks available for assembling any specific model. Upon gaining facility with the use of Simulink, the user will have a robust engineering tool for estimating communication systems performance in instances where analytic results are unavailable, such as nonlinear systems or time-varying channels.
Scope

This book introduces the reader to Simulink, an extension of the widely-used MATLAB 2 modeling tool, and the use of Simulink in modeling and simulating digital communication systems, including wireless communications systems. In contrast with other books that treat MATLAB in depth but treat Simulink only at an introductory level, this book enables the communication systems engineer to learn and use the extensive capabilities of Simulink to model a wide selection of digital communications systems and evaluate their performance for many important channel conditions.

The reader is expected to have an understanding of MATLAB and its environment. It is also expected that the reader has a basic knowledge of digital communications including modulation, coding, and channel models, digital signal processing (DSP) such as digital filtering and Fourier transforms and statistical communications. The book is not intended to be a substitute for a course in digital communications but can be a valuable accompaniment to such a course. The presentation in this text is designed to allow the user to gain familiarity with basic Simulink tools, enabling rapid construction of useful communications systems models rather than providing comprehensive Simulink training currently available from The MathWorks.

Another feature of Simulink, not treated in this book, is Simulink's capability to develop a model, produce C/C++ code and migrate the model for incorporation in an field-programmable gate array (FPGA) or DSP devices. The MathWorks Corporation provides training for this capability.
Organization of the Book

The book is organized in two parts. The first 12 chapters address Simulink models of digital communication systems using various modulation, coding, channel type, and receiver processing techniques. These chapters include theoretical results for known conditions, when available, and simulated results in other cases. Problem sets at the end of each chapter accompany topics to be emphasized. Chapter 13 provides an extensive collection of examples designed to acquaint the reader with applications that reveal the power of Simulink modeling. Appendix A summarizes principal Simulink blocks used in chapters 1 - 13 . Appendix B provides a list of references for further reading on MATLAB and Simulink.
Chapter 1

In this chapter, the fundamentals of developing a Simulink model and its relationship to MATLAB are described. Screens encountered in a typical MATLAB session are presented. 3 The Simulink library blocks are identified with a focus on the Communications System Toolbox and the DSP System Toolbox.
Chapter 2

This chapter is intended to introduce the user to the first and simplest Simulink model associated with a sinusoidal waveform. Block parameters are identified, the simulation is performed and outputs are sent to the Workspace. Blocks that display data and scopes showing waveforms are employed. A Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) block is used to compute the spectrum and compare with a sin

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