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Publisher: Connexions 2009
Number of pages: 158
A more advanced communications course covering elements of modern digital communications. Contents: Signals; Systems; Time Domain Analysis of Continuous Time Systems; Frequency Domain; Continuous Time Fourier Transform; Sampling theory; Time Domain Analysis of Discrete Time Systems; Discrete Time Fourier Transform; Viewing Embedded LabVIEW Content; etc.
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