Simon Haykin’s Digital Communication Systems is a comprehensive book on digital data transmission through communication channels such as optical wires, copper wires, and also through wireless communication. The book discusses the different representations of the digital data that help the readers in understanding the end to end processes of different communication systems.
About Simon Haykin
Simon Haykin is an electrical engineer from the University of Birmingham, England. He is known for his pioneering contribution to the field of adaptive signal-processing. Simon currently works as a Distinguished University Professor at the McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. He has also authored Neural Networks and Learning Machines – 3rd Edition, Statistical Communication Theory, Introduction to Analog and Digital Communications - Second Edition, Modern Wireless Communications and Signals, and Systems - Second Edition among several other books.
• Fourier analysis of Signals and Systems
• Probability Theory and Bayesian Inference
• Stochastic Processes
• Information Theory
• Conversion of Analog Waveforms into Coded Pulses
• Signaling over AWGN Channels
• Signaling over Band-Limited Channels
• Signaling over Fading Channels
• Error-Control Coding