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I have studied CDMA and IS-95 using this book. The problems inherent in this book were obvious, surpisingly, to only a few.
The truth behind this book is one of intellectual vanity. Is it that post-world war II Engineers, Scientists, and Mathematicians have forgotten, never understood, or never heard of Montaigne?
"Difficulty is a coin which the learned conjure with so as not to reveal the vanity of their studies and which human stupidity is keen to accept in payment." -Montaigne
"If our souls do not move with a better motion and if we do not have a healthier judgement, then I would just as soon that a pupil spend his time playing TENNIS." -Montaigne
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Andrew James Viterbi (born Andrea Giacomo Viterbi; March 9, 1935) is an American electrical engineer and businessman who co-founded Qualcomm Inc.
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