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__Preface:__
This text, like its previous third editions, is an introduction to communication systems written at a level appropriate for advanced undergraduates and first-year graduate students in electrical or computer engineering.

An initial study of signal transmission and the inherent limitations of physical systems establishes unifying concepts of communication. Attention is then given to analog communication systems, random signals and noise, digital systems, and information theory.

Mathematical techniques and models necessarily play an important role throughout the book, but always in the engineering context as means to an end. Numerous applications have been incorporated for their practical significance and as illustrations of concepts and design strategies. Some hardware considerations are also included to justify various communication methods, to stimulate interest, and to bring out connections with other branches of the field.

__CONTENTS AND ORGANIZATION:__
New features of this fourth edition include (a) the addition of MATLAB† examples, exercises and problems that are available on the book’s website, www.mhhe.com/ carlsoncrilly; (b) new end-of-chapter conceptual questions to reinforce the theory, provide practical application to what has been covered, and add to the students’ problem-solving skills; (c) expanded coverage of wireless communications and an introduction to radio wave propagation that enables the reader to better appreciate the challenges of wireless systems; (d) expanded coverage of digital modulation systems such as the addition of orthogonal frequency division modulation and ultra wideband systems; (e) expanded coverage of spread spectrum; (f) a discussion of wireless networks; and (g) an easy-to-reference list of abbreviations and mathematical symbols. Following an updated introductory chapter, this text has two chapters dealing with basic tools. These tools are then applied in the next four chapters to analog communication systems, including sampling and pulse modulation. Probability, random signals, and noise are introduced in the following three chapters and applied to analog systems. An appendix separately covers circuit and system noise. The remaining six chapters are devoted to digital communication and information theory, which require some knowledge of random signals and include coded pulse modulation. All sixteen chapters can be presented in a yearlong undergraduate course with minimum prerequisites. Or a one-term undergraduate course on analog communication might consist of material in the first seven chapters. If linear systems and probability theory are covered in prerequisite courses, then most of the last eight chapters can be included in a one-term senior/graduate course devoted primarily to digital communication. The modular chapter structure allows considerable latitude for other formats. As a guide to topic selection, the table of contents indicates the minimum prerequisites for each chapter section.