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Digital Transmission Design and Jitter Analysis : Telecommunications Library - Yoshitaka Takasaki

Digital Transmission Design and Jitter Analysis

Telecommunications Library

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Published: 19th December 1991
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This reference book shows the reader how to analyze jitter generations and accumulation more efficiently and provides guidance for designing transmission systems from the clock recovery viewpoint. This book presents the theory and technology behind digital transmission from three angles: line coding, waveform shaping and clock recovery. Also included is coverage of binary codes, multilevel codes and correlative codes. The text reviews the 3R functions of digital repeaters, and studies budget design based on an eye diagram showing amplitude and time crosshairs.

Forewordp. xi
Prefacep. xv
Introduction to Digital Transmission System Design
Principles of Digital Transmissionp. 1
Line Codingp. 5
Line Coding for Metallic Cable Systemsp. 6
Line Codes for Optical Fiber Systemsp. 7
Waveform Shapingp. 9
Nyquist's Criterion for Waveform Shapingp. 9
Minimum Phase Shapingp. 9
Equalizing Cable Responsesp. 13
Clock Recoveryp. 16
Jitter Generationp. 21
Jitter Accumulationp. 23
Computer Simulationp. 27
Transmission System Designp. 30
Line Coding
Principles of Line Codingp. 35
Spectral Analysesp. 37
Binary Line Codesp. 40
DC-Balanced Codesp. 40
CDC Codesp. 44
Low-Disparity Codesp. 44
Forced Transient Codesp. 46
Scramblingp. 47
Multilevel Codesp. 47
Pseudoternary Codesp. 48
mBnT Codesp. 48
mBnP Codesp. 50
Correlative (Partial Response) Codesp. 50
Duobinary Transmissionp. 52
Modified Duobinary Transmissionp. 54
Modified Duobinary Class IIp. 55
DMI-Duobinaryp. 56
Adaptive Line Codesp. 57
Clock-Oriented Codesp. 57
Waveform Shaping
Criteria for Waveform Shapingp. 61
Controlling ISIp. 61
Controlling Jitterp. 64
Compromised Designp. 65
Equalizer Designp. 69
Amplitude and Phase (Delay) Equalizersp. 70
Variable Equalizersp. 71
Influence of Shaping Errorsp. 81
Clock Recovery
Principles of Clock Transmissionp. 85
Design of Clock Recovery Systemsp. 88
Nonlinear Clock Recoveryp. 91
Jitter Generation
Definition of Jitterp. 99
Jitter Generationp. 105
Jitter due to Approximation Errorp. 105
Jitter due to Realization Errorp. 107
Controlling Jitter Generationp. 109
Criterion for Jitter-Free Waveform Shapingp. 109
Optimizing Timing Pathp. 110
Simultaneous Optimization of Jitter and ISIp. 114
Jitter Accumulation
Timing Jitter Accumulationp. 119
Alignment Jitter Accumulationp. 125
Influence of Processing Delayp. 126
Accumulation in a Chain of Repeatersp. 130
Alleviating Accumulationp. 137
Computer Simulation
Simulation Programp. 141
Results of Simulationp. 145
Influence of Processing Delay and Patternsp. 145
Jitter Accumulation in a Chainp. 147
Alleviating Extra-Accumulationp. 153
Transmission System Design
Transmission System Designp. 155
Design Criteriap. 156
Choice of Transmission Mediap. 158
Metallic Cable Systemp. 161
Optical Fiber Systemp. 169
Appendicesp. 183
Solutionsp. 195
Indexp. 205
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ISBN: 9780890065037
ISBN-10: 0890065039
Series: Telecommunications Library
Audience: General
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 228
Published: 19th December 1991
Publisher: Artech House Publishers
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.9 x 15.2  x 1.7
Weight (kg): 0.51