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ISBN 9781138746930 - CAT# K32527
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Includes relevant IEEE, ISO, and government standards. Offers expanded treatment of radio propagation, antennas, and new formats for digital modulation. Emphasizes data acquisition over wireless links as well as computer-based links and the Internet. Provides examples using actual data, data analysis techniques, and typical components. Uses LabVIEW to illustrate examples presented and simulate analog and digital waveforms
Introduction to PCM Telemetering Systems, Third Edition summarizes the techniques and terminology used in sending data and control information between users and the instruments that collect and process the data. Fully revised, it gives an overall systems introduction to the relevant topics in three primary areas: system interfaces; data transport, timing, and synchronization; and data transmission techniques. Integrating relevant information about the process at all levels from the user interface down to the transmission channel, this will also include how designers apply relevant industry and government standards at each level in this process. Homework problems are included at the end of each chapter.
Telemetry and command computer systems. Introduction. Objectives. Computer systems. User interface systems. Payload systems. Secure communications. References. Problems. Signal processing. Introduction. Objectives. Sampled versus continuous data. Signal types. Bandlimiting. Sampling theorem. Filter design. Software filter design. Quantization. Sampling hardware. References. Problems. Contents. Ii data transport, timing, and synchronization. Telemetry frames and packets. Introduction. Objectives. Background. Telemetry frames. Irig class i and class ii telemetry. Synchronization codes. Telemetry frame design. Packet telemetry. Mil-stdpackets. Ccsds packets. Data networking packets. Command processor interface. Formatting for transmission. References. Problems. Contents xi. Data synchronization. Introduction. Objectives. Synchronization process. Carrier synchronization. Bit synchronization. Pdu synchronization. Error detection. Data sequencing. References. Problems. Time and position determination. Introduction. Objectives. Definition of time. Time code formats. Iso. Irig. Nist. Ccsds. Gps time and position. References. Problems. Xii contents. Command transmission systems. Introduction. Objectives. Command composition. Command transmission strategies. Operational considerations. Packet command systems. References. Problems.Iii data transmission techniques. Modulation techniques. Introduction. Objectives. Analog modulation. Digital modulation. Bandwidth estimates. System planning. Contents xiii. Digital transmission with analog modulators. References. Problems. Microwave transmission. Introduction. Objectives. Background. Rf devices. Free space propagation. Atmospheric, sun, and ground effects. General terrain fade margin. Rain effects modeling. Mobile propagation. References. Problems. Xiv contents.
"Dr. Horan has taken the best end-to-end textbook on telemetry systems and updated it to include important emerging issues in the field. For example, in the area of smart sensors, Dr. Horan has added coverage of RFID while in the area of computer systems elements, he has added a section on secure communications."
— Charles Creusere, New Mexico State University, USA
"…a very good reference book for those who work in the aerospace and space flight arenas, especially for those who are not well versed in the telecommunication field. If nothing else, learning about the jargons and basic building blocks in telemetering systems, and seeing real life examples will help lower the anxiety level when dealing with the field as a part of a person’s job."
—Kuok Y Ling, NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, California, USA