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This is a straightforward introduction to the theory, math, and science behind telecommunications, as well as a discussion of related services and products, such as cellular and satellite broadcasts. The signals, coding and decoding, modulation/demodulation, and various schemes for encoding and transmitting information are broken down into practical terms. Fundamental terminology is defined, providing a foundation for understanding a very simple communication system. Going beyond the basics, this book contrasts analog and digital systems and discusses various communication networks, in addition to offering a review of the math and statistics needed to advance further into communication theory.
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