Communication systems: an introduction to signals and noise in electrical communication

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McGraw-Hill, 2002 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 850 pages
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* Covers the three major areas: signal and system analysis, analog communication, and digital communication
* Emphasis on HDTV, LANs, WANs, satellite (iridium) telephone systems to address changes in professional arena
* Features examples and exercises within each chapter, helping to master new concepts as they are introduced

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Bruce Carlson (Troy, NY) teaches at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. P.B. Crilly (Knoxville, TN) teaches at University of Tennessee. Janet Rutledge (Evanston, IL) teaches at Northwestern University.

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