Electronic communications systems: fundamentals through advanced
For sophomore/senior-level courses in Introduction to Electronic Communications and Digital and Data Communications. Comprehensive in scope and contemporary in coverage, this text introduces basic electronic and data communications fundamentals, and explores their application in modern digital and data communications systems. Students with previous knowledge in basic electronic principles and fundamental calculus concepts will gain a complete understanding of the topics presented here. Tomasi's Advanced Electronic Communication Systems 5/e is the last 10 chapters of this text.
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INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS
LARGESCALE INTEGRATION OSCILLATORS
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