International Journal of Broadband Cellular Communication

ISSN: 2455-8532

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Special Issue

Introduction to Channel Capacity in Broadbands

Abstract Submission Deadline : November 30, 2023

Manuscript Submission Deadline : December 25, 2023

Special Issue Description

The strict top limit on the speed at which data can be successfully carried through a communication channel is known as the “Channel Capacity.” According to the rules of the noisy-channel coding theorem, the maximum information rate (measured in units of information per unit time) that can be attained with a negligibly low error probability is the channel capacity of a particular channel. The capacity of a channel is cumulative across independent channels. This implies that combining two independent channels offers the same theoretical capacity as using them separately. The capacity of the transmission medium is denoted by the term “channel capacity” (wire or link). The amount of bits that the transmission medium can contain is its capacity. Thus, there are essentially two sorts of channels: full duplex and half duplex. Modern wireline and wireless communication systems have been developed with the idea of channel capacity at their core. With the introduction of revolutionary error correction coding techniques, performance has been achieved that is extremely close to the channel capacity constraints. The highest information rate a channel can send is referred to as channel capacity. Bits per second are used to measure it (bps). Since measuring just takes into consideration the total amount of data transferred and ignores communication quality, channel capacity is an approximate measurement. It is possible to think of bandwidth as a part of the channel capacity concept. The maximum amount of data that can be precisely conveyed in a given amount of time is considered while measuring bandwidth.


Noisy-channel coding theorem, Shannon–Hartley theorem, Broadband communication, Channel capacity, Transfer functions, Additive white noise, Medium voltage, Impedance and Gaussian noise

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