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AuthorAndrea Goldsmith Entered2004-01-08 10:14:37 by Ryanov
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SubjectT.K - Electrical engineering. Electronics. Nuclear engineering
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by Ryan Scott on 2004-01-08 10:14:37, review #365
content
better than 80%
writing
typical
This book is going to be published by Cambridge University Press soon, so you should get it while you can. Compared to the standard text on the subject (Wireless Communications by Rappaport), it's pretty good. I've never found a truly good, profound, wireless book, but this one is written quite well with up-to-date information.


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