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Analog and Digital Communication Pdf Notes – ADC Pdf Notes
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Note: These Analog and Digital Communication Pdf Notes – ADC Notes are according to the R09 Syllabus book of JNTU.In R13 and R15,8-units of R09 syllabus are combined into 5-units in R13 and R15 syllabus. If you have any doubts please refer to the JNTU Syllabus Book.
Unit-1: Analog and Digital Communication Pdf Notes
Analog communication, noise, effects of noise on a signal, types of signal, correlated and un-correlated, types of uncorrelated noise, external noise and internal noise, atmospheric noise, extraterrestrial noise, solar noise, man made noise, internal noise, transist time noise, thermal noise, fliker noise, partion noise, burst noise, noise calculation, modulation, types of modulaton, need for modulation, basic need for modulation, practicability of antena, to remove interference, reduction of noise, multiplexing.
Communication Systems employing electrical signals to convey information from one place to another over a pair of wires provided an early solution to the problem of fast and accurate means of long distance communication. Today communication enter in our daily lives in so many different ways that is easy to overlook the multitude of its facets. The Mobile phones at our hands, the radio and the television which are the basic and necessary part of our life are capable of providing rapid communication from every corner of globe. Analog and digital Communication are the major mode of communication.
Unit-2: ADC pdf Notes
Digital communication, need of digital modulation, advantages of digital communication, disadvantages of digital communication, basic encoding techniques or digital modulation techniques, amplitude shift keying, coherent ask detector, non coherent ask detector, frequency shift key or binary ASK, FSK transmitter or modulator, fsk modulated wave, fsk in the time domain, fsk receiver or detector, non coherent fsk demodulation, fsk bit rate, band and bandwidth, applications of digital modulation, binary phase shift keying, BPSK transmitter, operation, bpsk modulated waveform and phasor diagram.
Unit-3: Analog and Digital Communication Pdf Notes
Data and pulse communication, use of data communication network, history of data communication, standard organisation for data communication, some of the standard organisation of data communication are as, internal standard organization, consultative commute for international telephony and telegraphy, institute of electrical and electronics engineers, american national standard institute, electronics industry association, internet architecture board.
Unit-4: ADC Notes Pdf
Source and error control coding, Uncertainity, Huffmann Coding Techniques, SOURCE CODING, Entropy, Property of entropy, source coding therom. Huffman coding, Input, Output. Extended Huffman coding, Extended Huffman codebook, Channel Capacity Theorem, Channel Models, Binary Erasure Channel (BEC), Binary Symmetric Channel (BSC). Shannon capacity of a graph, Noisy-channel coding theorem, Channel capacity in wireless communications, AWGN channel, Frequency-selective channel.
Unit-5: Analog and Digital Communication pdf Notes
Multi-User Radio Communication, Advanced mobile pone service (amps), global system for mobile communications (GSM), GSM Services, GSM functional architecture. System architecture, Radio subsystem, Base station controller, Mobile station. Network and switching subsystem, Mobile services switching center, Mobile services switching center.
Q1: What is the difference between analog and digital communication?
A1: Analog signals are signals with continuous values. Digital signals are represented by binary numbers. 1 and 0. Analog signals are used in many systems. Although, the usage of analog signals has declined with the advent of several cheap digital signals.
Q2: What are the examples and applications of analog and digital communication?
|Human voice in air, analog electronic devices.
|Computers, CDs, DVDs, and other digital electronic devices.
Q3: How do we graphically represent analog and digital communication process?
Q4: Which one is better – analog or digital?
|Inexpensively communicate a band limited analog signal from one location to another
|Offer much more efficiency, better performance, and much greater flexibility
|Increasingly efficient algorithms
|Receiver provides the largest possible signal-to-noise ratio for the demodulated message
|Ability to interconnect computers to form a communications infrastructure
|Some residual error will always be present in an analog system’s output
|Almost nil residual error
Note: These Analog and Digital Communication Pdf Notes – ADC Notes are according to the r09 Syllabus book of JNTUH. In R13 ,8-units of R09 syllabus are combined into 5-units in r13 syllabus.Click here to check all the JNTU Syllabus books.