Wiley encyclopedia of telecommunications, Volume 1

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John G. Proakis
John Wiley & Sons, Jan 6, 2003 - Technology & Engineering - 4512 pages
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Engineers have long required a comprehensive yet concise resource to turn to for reliable, up-to-date information on the continually evolving field of telecommunications. In five easily searched volumes, the Wiley Encyclopedia of Telecommunications provides a broad, clear overview of both the fundamentals of and recent advances in telecommunications. This essential reference-the only one dedicated to telecommunications for electrical engineers-is available in print and online formats.

Topics Include:
* Optical communications
* Modulation and demodulation
* Coding and decoding
* Communication networks
* Antennas

John G. Proakis is the Series Editor for the Wiley Series in Telecommunications and Signal Processing. In preparing this Encyclopedia, Dr. Proakis been assisted by an editorial board of five leading telecommunications engineers from academia and industry to bring you:
* Approximately 300 articles on various topics in telecommunications
* Articles are written by experts in their fields
* A broad, clear overview of both the fundamentals and recent advances in telecommunications
* Cutting edge topics covering the entire field of telecommunications and signal processing

For more information regarding the online edition of this major reference work, please visit: www.mrw.interscience.wiley.com/eot

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Contents

Alfred Mertins University of Wollongong Wollongong Australia Image Perspective
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Carolina Fading Channels
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Control Protocol
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JOHN G. PROAKIS, PhD, is the Series Editor for the Wiley Series in Telecommunications and Signal Processing. In preparing the Encyclopedia, he’s been assisted by an editorial board of six leading telecommunications engineers from academia and industry.

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