Electronic communication

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McGraw-Hill, 1975 - Technology & Engineering - 798 pages
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Electronic Communication has been one of the most popular textbooks in its field for many years. This expandedSixth Edition utilizes the same user friendly format to prepare students for the operation, installation, andmaintenance of most modern electronic and radio communication systems. Performance objectives have beenadded to each chapter to guide student focus. ElectronicCommunication provides information on the interrelationshipof voltage, current, resistance, inductance, and capacitance as well as discussions of various active devices currently in use. While the text emphasizes semiconductor devices and circuitry, it still retains an adequate amount of vacuum tube theory. In addition, this edition features up-to-date coverage of digital communications and fiber optics, topics that are critical to the skills development of today's communication student. To reinforce understanding of subjects just covered, check-up quizzes are inserted every few pages in most chapters, with answers on the next turned page. End-of-chapter questions, which include number references to the section or figure where the answer canbe found, check comprehension of the entire chapter's material. Bold letters prefixing many end-of-chapter questions indicate that a similar question may appear in one of the specific certification license tests. The Lab Manual has been expanded to include more experiments that correlate with the revisions made to the text. Asalways, the manual's experiments reinforce text content and are an integrated part of the total package.

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Shrader has extensive experience as a fire fighter training officer, fire chief, peace officer, writer and teacher.

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