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Telemetry Systems Engineering

Telemetry Systems Engineering by Frank Carden
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This newly revised edition clearly presents introductory and advanced concepts in telemetry systems, with an emphasis on digital communications. The book helps you perform link analysis for the design of a communications link, create a FM/FM preemphasis schedule systematically to develop an algorithmic code to perform this function, and design PCM/FM telemetry systems to meet a specific BER and bit rate.

You learn how to design the transmitting and receiving system with respect to filter bandwidth specifications, and analyze the link which will be used to test the vehicle and basically evaluate the system from end to end, predicting the bit error rate. Brand new chapters on range telemetry, industrial telemetry, and commercial security have been added. Moreover, this up-to-date resource explores future telemetry systems with enhanced spectral efficiencies such as QPSK, Feher’s patented FQPSK, Enhanced FQPSK, M-ary FSK and M-ary PSK. Referenced with over 360 equations and more than 150 illustrations. Contents: Preface Acknowledgements Telemetry System Definition -- Learning Objectives. Telemetry System Overview. Data Collection System. Multiplex System. Modular, Transmitter and Antenna. Transmission or Waveform Channel. Antennas, Receivers with RF and IF Amplifiers Carrier Demodulators. Demultiplex System. Data Processing, Handling, and Display. Supporting Equipment and Operations. IRIG Channel Standards. Analog Frequency Modulation -- Learning Objectives. Single-Channel FM. FM/FM. Systems Contaminated with Noise. FM/FM Multiplex Systems. Operational Filter Bandwidths. Development of the FM Noise Model and Signal-to-Noise Ratio. Threshold. Effect of Increasing the IF Bandwidth. Transmission Bandwidth Estimation. Design of FM/FM Systems -- Learning Objectives. System Parameters. Design Procedure. Design Examples. Threshold. Changing the Preemphasis Schedule to Utilize Specified IF or Transmission Bandwidth. Designing to a Specified Transmission Bandwidth. Designing the Preemphasis Schedule for Different Values for the Dsi’s. Designing the Preemphasis Schedule for the Minimum Transmission Bandwidth with Equal D si’s (Concurrent All-Channel Dropout). Summary of Design Examples 6 and 8. Designing the Preemphasis Schedule for All-Channel Dropour and Unequal D si’s. Designing the Preemphasis Schedule for Different Specified Signal-to-Noise Ratios in the Channels. Summary of Design Procedures. IRIG B IF Specifications. Digital Communication Systems -- Learning Objectives. Digital Communication System Overview. Communication System Signals. Quantization and A/D Conversion. Encoding. PCM. Modulation. TM Channel Formats -- Learning Objectives. Line Coding or Transmission Format. Frame Design and Creation. Frame Synchronization. IRIG Specification Overview. PCM/FM -- Learning Objectives. PCM/FM. PCM/FM Overview. BER in a PCM/FM System. Bit Sunchronizer Performance. PCM/FM System Design. Design of PCM/FM for BiÖ-L (Manchester). Signal-to-Noise Ratio from PCM, Including Quantization and Bit Error Noise. Actual PCM/FM Spectrum. Binary Phase-Shift Keying -- Learning Objectives. Binary Phase-Shift Keying Model. BPSK Generation. BPSK Detection by a Correlation Receiver. Maximum Likelihood Detection. Bit Errors. BPSK Modulation. BPSK in General. Actual Receiving Hardware. Comparison of BERs for BPSK and PCM/FM. Q-Function. BPSK PSD. Overall Comparison Between PCM/FM and BPSK. General PM Modulation. FM Modulation Employing a PM Modulator. Differential Phase-Shift Keying. Binary Digital Communication Systems -- Learning Objectives. FSK. BPSK, a Generalized Model. Performance. M-ary Digital Communication Systems -- Learning Objectives. M-ary FSK. M-ary PSK. Feher-Patented Quadrature Phase-Shift Keying. M-ary Quadrature Amplitude Modulation, Amplitude and Phase Keying. Performance. Spread Spectrum Communication Systems -- Learning Objectives. Introduction to Spread Spectrum. Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum. Frequency-Hop Spread Spectrum. CDMA. Antennas and Link Analysis -- Learning Objectives. Telemetry Link Overview and Components. Antenna Fundamentals. Calculation of Carrier Power. Multipath Effects. Conformal Antennas -- Learning Objectives. Single Element Antennas. Conformal Arrays. Receiving Systems -- Learning Objectives. Receiver Noise Figure. Noise figure of Passive Elements with Loss. Noise Figure and Temperature of a Cascaded System. Antenna Temperature. System Noise Figure. C/N and G/T. Link Margin. Telemetry Link RF System Design -- Learning Objectives. RF Telemetry System Design. Transmitter Selection. Antenna Selection. Transmit Antennas. Ground Station Antennas. Receiver Selection. System Example. Synchronization -- Learning Objectives. Functions of the Bit Synchronizer. Hardware Block Implementation. Frame Synchronizer. Demultiplexer. Hybrid Systems, PCM/FM + FM/FM, PCM/FM/FM -- Learning Objectives. PCM/FM + FM/FM System Design. PCM/FM + FM/FM Design Example. PCM/FM/FM. Convolutional Coding for Forward Error Correction -- Learning Objectives. Hamming Distance. Convolutional Encoding. Free Distance of a Convolutional Code. The Code Vector. Decoding. Viterbi Decoding. Detection Decisions. Coding Gains and BERs. Hardware Implementation. Comparison of Coded and Uncoded Systems. Coded PCM/FM. Hardware Decoder Implementation for PCM/FM. Industrial Telemetry -- Learning Objectives. History of Industrial Telemetry. Modern Industrial Applications. Industrial Communications Equipment. Conclusions. Commercial Communications Techniques for Industrial Telemetry -- Leaning Objectives. Communications Techniques. Industrial Communications Protocols. The Future of Industrial Remote Monitoring and Control. Industrial Security Applications -- Learning Objectives. Sensors. Alarm Assessment. Appendix A: IRIG Specifications. Appendix B: Frame Synchronization Words. Glossary. About the Authors. Index. Dr. Frank Carden is a Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at New Mexico State University, in Las Cruces, NM. He earned his PhD and M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering at Oklahoma State University. Dr. Russ JedlicKa is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, MN, and past section manager of the Electromagnetics Systems at the Physical Science Laboratory on the campus of NMSU, Las Cruces NM. Dr. Robert Henry is Professor and Head of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at University of Louisiana at Lafayette. He earned his Ph.D. in electrical engineering from New Mexico State University and his M.Sc. and B.Sc. from the University of Southwestern Louisiana.

Artech House; January 2002
628 pages; ISBN 9781580535502
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Title: Telemetry Systems Engineering
Author: Frank Carden; Russ Jedlicka; Russ Jedlica