Principles of Communication Systems 2nd Edition
Publisher: TAT MCGRAW-HILL | ISBN: 0074624563 | edition 1996 | PDF (scan) | 119 pages | 9,1 mb
This second edition can be used as a two-semester course in which the Instructor has great latitude in the selection of topics. As in the previous edition, consistent with the level of presentation, every effort has been made to ensure that the material included represents the present state of the art and current expectations of the direction of future developments. Accordingly, although analog communication systems are accorded a full and complete treatment, the emphasis is placed on digital systems, and chapters are provided in telephone switching, computer communications and spread spectrum. This book is an outgrowth of courses, both undergraduate and graduate, given at The City College of New York, and also to engineering personnel at the many Government agencies, Services and Corporations to whom we have presented this material. Thus, for the undergraduate student and beginning graduate students the book provides the excitement of the communications field as well as the background required for advanced study in communication systems. The practicing engineer will find it of service to update his knowledge in the field.