by Miomir Filipovic
Publisher: mikroElektronika 2003
Number of pages: 29
The fastest way of information exchange, and sometimes the only one, is by radio, where transfer is being done by electromagnetic waves, traveling at the speed of light. This book covers the history and principles of radio transmission and an array of different radio receivers.
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