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Modern communications technology / Natasa Zivic.

By: Zivic, Natasa [author].
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Berlin ; Boston : De Gruyter Oldenbourg, ©2016Description: xv, 458 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9783110413373.Subject(s): TelecommunicationDDC classification: 621.382
Contents:
1. Signals and Systems -- 2. Typical Communications Signals -- 3. Random Processes -- 4. Information Theory and Coding -- 5. Digital Transmission -- 6. Multiplexing -- 7. Wired Transmission Media -- 8. Wireless Channel -- 9. Cryptography.
Summary: The book explains in a comprehensive way the basic terms of communication engineering, giving a proper amount of the needed mathematical background and explanations of the physical nature of the problems.The theory of communication sciences is explained by using knowledge and examples from real-world applications.The information is presented in a way that is understandable also for those who are not directly involved in communication sciences, but would like to learn more about them.
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Books Books ISI Library, Kolkata
 
621.382 Z82 (Browse shelf) Available 138003
Total holds: 0

Includes bibliographical references and index.

1. Signals and Systems --
2. Typical Communications Signals --
3. Random Processes --
4. Information Theory and Coding --
5. Digital Transmission --
6. Multiplexing --
7. Wired Transmission Media --
8. Wireless Channel --
9. Cryptography.

The book explains in a comprehensive way the basic terms of communication engineering, giving a proper amount of the needed mathematical background and explanations of the physical nature of the problems.The theory of communication sciences is explained by using knowledge and examples from real-world applications.The information is presented in a way that is understandable also for those who are not directly involved in communication sciences, but would like to learn more about them.

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