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D'Emden, Francis Roblin 1973 , 'Noise in delta modulation', Research Master thesis, University of Tasmania.

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An investigation of the noise which is an inherent part of
delta modulation due to the nature of the modulation process is
presented. A large part of the examination of the noise consists
of an investigation of the noise performance of delta modulation.
In order to limit unwanted paramenters, the study has been mainly
confined to an ideal delta modulator with a perfect, single
integration feedback network. The investigation presented is
restricted to the modulation - demodulation process in the main,
with emphasis on voice communication usage. The feasability of a
computer simuation of delta modulation and the design and
construction of an experimental modulator is presented. Analysis
and comment on the qualitative and quantitative aspects of noise in
delta modulation is included with reference to measurements taken,
and existing analysis being made.

Item Type: Thesis - Research Master
Authors/Creators:D'Emden, Francis Roblin
Keywords: Delta modulation, Noise
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Thesis (M.Eng.Sc.) -- University of Tasmania, 1974?. Bibliography: leaves 98-101

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