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Principles of Digital Communication and Coding

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Principles of Digital Communication and Coding
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Publisher: McGraw-Hill
ISBN/ASIN: 0486469018
ISBN-13: 9780486469010
Number of pages: 576

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Written by two distinguished experts in the field of digital communications, this classic text remains a vital resource three decades after its initial publication. Its treatment is geared toward students of communications theory and to designers of channels, links, terminals, modems, or networks used to transmit and receive digital messages.

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