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Zivic, Natasa

Modern Communications Technology

Series:De Gruyter Studium


    39,95 € / $56.00 / £36.50*

    Publication Date:
    August 2016
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    • Teaches the fundamentals of analog and digital communications in a comprehensive way.
    • Gives an overview of new technologies used in digital communications.
    • Uses knowledge and examples from real-world applications.

    Aims and Scope

    The book explains in a comprehensive way the basic terms of communication engineering, giving a proper amount of the needed mathematical background and explanations of the physical nature of the problems.The theory of communication sciences is explained by using knowledge and examples from real-world applications.The information is presentedin a waythat isunderstandable also for those whoare not directlyinvolved in communication sciences, but would like to learn more about them.


    24.0 x 17.0 cm
    xv, 458 pages
    200 Fig.
    Type of Publication:
    Professional Book

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    Natasa Zivic, University of Siegen, Germany.

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    • After studying this book I found, it is a great book about communication technology. It is really modern, because it contains not only the state of the art of all different areas of communication technology but also new trends, e.g. compressive sensing, software defined radio, cognitive radio, COFDM, emerging technologies of optical fibers, Polarization DM, orbital angular momentum multiplexing. The chapter cryptography is an excellent overview of modern cryptographic mechanisms to be integrated into communication systems. We shall use this book as a supplement for different existent courses (undergraduate and graduate), but I would recommend it also as a study book for new courses, because it covers all actual aspects of communication technology.

      posted by: Fitzcarraldo on 2016-09-16 09:11 AM (Europe/Berlin)