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Hypersignal for Windows Advanced Transmission Library
The Hypersignal for Windows Advanced Transmission Library provides a comprehensive
set of design and analysis blocks for radio, wireline and fiber optic transmission systems.
John C. Bellamy, the author of the popular book "Digital Telephony," designed
these specialized blocks for use with the Hypersignal for Windows Block Diagram simulation
software. The Advanced Transmission Library blocks address baseband transmission
models, modulation, demodulation, carrier and clock recovery, arbitrary filter design,
system performance measures and other miscellaneous functions. The library includes
example applications demonstrating the usage of each block.
Baseband an carrier transmission systems can be modeled with NRZ/RZ, AMI, Gray, Manchester,
and multiple-level line codes. FSK, PSK and QAM modulators and demodulators and various
carrier and clock recovery blocks, provide support for carrier transmission system modeling.
New filter design facilities are provided to model transmission links and design /
test of various types of equalizers. These new filter design facilities incorporate
optimization of filter parameters to match arbitrarily specified responses of a single
filter or an end- to-end system.
Performance measure blocks are provided for BER simulations, BER calculations, eye
patterns and jitter analysis. There are also blocks which address fiber optic light
sources, fiber paths, automatic peak control, elastic storage and UARTs.
When used with the digital filter, display and general processing blocks of
Hypersignal for Windows Blocks diagram, the advanced Transmission Library
provides a complete tool kit for designing, analyzing, and prototyping digital
transmission systems. Contact:
Mr. Brian Carlson
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