Introduction to Digital and Data Communications

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West Publishing Company, 1992 - Technology & Engineering - 435 pages
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This text on the data and network communications field is intended to be a junior or senior level text in an Electronics Technology or Technician program. The main feature that will set this text apart is that it is designed to present a solid background in all aspects of current Data and Network Communications. Written in a clear and easy to understand style, this text includes coverage of the latest technologies not only in terms of software and hardware but also in terms of topical content coverage.

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One Introduction to Data Communications
Two The Telephone System

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Miller completed his 21st year as an instructor at DeVry Institute of Technology in June 1999. He received his basic electronics training from the Navy in 1962 at the Great Lakes, Illinois training center. After leaving the Navy, he spent 14 years in the field as both an Electronics Technician and Junior Engineer. He holds a BSEET from DeVry and an MSEET from Arizona State University.

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