High Speed Digital Transmission Networking
Covering T/E-Carrier Multiplexing, SONET and SDH
|Published:||Jun 16 1999|
|Posted:||May 29 2015|
|Book size:||1.58 MB|
Keeping up--to--date with the latest developments in the field, this book provides practical information about the characteristics, operation, utilization and testing of digital networks. Also examines digital network facilities that are available in the US and UK, and North American and European T--Carrier framing and coding formats. The book also includes information on DSL, FT1, FT3 and T3 carriers.
This useful monograph presents a total of seven prototypes: two double-sampled S/H circuits, a time-interleaved ADC, an IF-sampling self-calibrated pipelined ADC, a current steering DAC with a deglitcher, and two pipelined ADCs employing the SO techniques....
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