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Modeling of Digital Communication Systems Using Simulink.


Modeling of Digital Communication Systems Using Simulink

Arthur A. Giordano and Allen H. Levesque



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Giodano and Levesque introduce systems engineers to The MathWorks Simulink software for modeling and evaluating the performance of digital communication systems. Simulink is a block-oriented modeling tool that utilizes well-tested MATLAB code to enable the rapid development of simulations for communication systems modeling, they say, an approach that obviates the need for writing new software routines. Their main focus is on digital communications bit error rate (BER) performance in additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN), which they consider in terms of binary, quaternary, binary, and multi-phase shift keying; quadrature amplitude modulation; frequency shift-keying; minimum-shift keying; space-time block coding; and other contexts. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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Date:May 1, 2015
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