Telecommunications Topics: Applications of Functions and Probabilities in Electronic Communications
From DSL to CDMA, from ATM to high-speed moderns, "Telecommunications Topics" brings together the analysis, theory, and examples electrical engineers need to build tomorrow's telecommunications systems. Beginning with a practical review of deterministic and probabilistic analysis, it considers 22 core problems that lie at the heart of contemporary telecommunications system architecture, design, and performance.
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