This one-book reference resource covers a broad range of communication technologies at levels from a block diagram to the circuit and system analysis/design for physical implementation and troubleshooting of hardware. Comprehensive yet easily understandable, this book covers such topics as radio frequency amplifiers, oscillators, signal spectra, noise, modulation, transmitter and receiver circuits, sideband systems, phase-locked loops, pulse and digital modulation, digital communication, data communication, transmission lines and waveguides, antennas and radiowave propagation, television, digital radio and space communication, and fiber-optic communication. A valuable reference work for engineers, technicians, hobbyists, technical managers, and technical/sales marketing staff.
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This edition introduces students to systems and circuits in a way that keeps them involved and learning. In Electronic Communication Techniques, Third Edition, solid theory and sound engineering principles are articulated through a conversational writing style, algebra-based mathematics through calculus, and a logical design-and- analysis approach...creating a practical "hands on" introduction that will help students become successful designers of useful communications products.From the Back Cover:
This important revision utilizes a logical design-and-analysis approach while also providing a broad-based, real-world industry orientation by incorporating examples, standards, and techniques from a variety of technology disciplines.
Mathematics required in this book range from algebra through calculus.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110130482854
Book Description Prentice Hall. PAPERBACK. Book Condition: New. 0130482854 New Condition. Bookseller Inventory # NEW6.0044093