FM: An Introduction to Frequency Modulation
by John F. Rider
Publisher: J. F. Rider 1940
Number of pages: 146
The primary purpose of this volume is to place in the hands of the servicing industry such pertinent information as will furnish a general outline of frequency modulation: the manner in which it differs from amplitude modulation, and details associated with f-m receiver servicing problems.
Download or read it online for free here:
by Edmund A. Laport - McGraw-Hill
The book includes an introduction to radio theory, the specification and design of large antenna systems, transmission lines, impedance matching techniques, and logarithmic potential theory. The text is supported by drawings, charts, and photographs.
by Andrew J. Viterbi, Jim K. Omura - McGraw-Hill
This classic text remains a vital resource three decades after its publication. It is geared toward students of communications theory and to designers of channels, links, terminals, modems, or networks used to transmit and receive digital messages.
by David Griffin - Crete University Press
This book addresses the technologies and methods required for the management of broadband networks and services. It introduces relevant background information and presents detailed technical descriptions, covering a range of topics.
by Anish Arkatkar, et al. - Wikibooks
This book is about electrical communications networks, including both analog, digital, and hybrid networks. We will look at both broadcast and bi-directional data networks. The book will focus on existing technology, not too much on theory.