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Digital signal processing is a fundamental aspect of communications engineering that all practitioners need to understand. Engineers are looking for guidance in system design, simulation, analysis, and applications to help them tackle their projects with greater speed and efficiency. Now, this critical knowledge can be found in this single, exhaustive resource. Based on the author's extensive research and industry experience, the book presents an up-to-date and comprehensive treatment of all aspects of digital, multirate, adaptive, and statistical signal processing technologies. The book offers detailed examples and describes numerous time-saving algorithms and their implementation methods. Packed with over 1520 equations and more than 200 illustrations, this invaluable reference helps today's communications engineers master a wide range of key topics that are essential to their work in the field.
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