Modern Electronic Communication
Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2008 - Technology & Engineering - 950 pages
Maintaining the tradition of previous editions, this ninth edition includes up-to-date coverage of the latest in electronic communications and concepts. The material presented reflects advancements and developments in all aspects of electronic communications such as mobile communications, satellite communications, digital signal processing and SS7 signaling. Electronic Workbench Multisim simulations appear at the end of each chapter and on an accompanying CD. In addition, in-text learning aids are designed to develop analytical and troubleshooting skills and the updated lab manual includes new experiments using Mini-CircuitsŪ modules. Expanded discussion of digital communications including new changes and improvements in: Mobile Communications; SS7 Signaling; Bluetooth; Wi-Max; DTV (digital television). Completely new sections on: Wireless Security; DSP (digital signal processing); RFID; HD Radio. A thorough and up-to-date reference for Electronic Technicians.
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I use this book for three years for two courses. The Multisim supported files were pretty good and companion web was good until they(prehall) pulled the plug on the web site. Content good and I wished they did another edition. Had to change books and authors with no follow-on edition. The multsim files worked well and the student liked the web site and labs in multisim. It's a good reference book for RF and communications. No nolonger in print.
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