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Communication Theory

AuthorAndrew Goodall Entered2004-01-07 15:20:54 by Ryanov
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SubjectQ.A - Mathematics. Computer science (Mathematics)
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Really Coding Theory
by Ryan Scott on 2004-01-07 15:20:54, review #362
content
better than 80%
writing
typical
The title of this nice set of notes (probably eventually going to be used for publication) is Communication Theory although they really just cover coding. Modulation and demodulation might be added later. But the exposition on coding is very good and in my opinion definitely better than that found in the most popular book on communication today at the introductory level -- Communication Systems Engineering by Proakis.


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