Data transmission at 19200 bit/s over telephone channels
thesisposted on 03.11.2017 by Stephen C. Bateman
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The thesis is concerned with the transmission and reception of digital data at 19,200 bit/s over voice-frequency telephone channels. Following a feasibility study based on both practical and theoretical constraints, the telephone network itself is investigated to determine methods of circuit characterisation and the causes and effects of distortion and other signal impairments. [Continues.]
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