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New title for Communication and Information Engineering

Transceiver and system design for digital
By Scotts R. Bullock.
TK6561.B938 2014, Lee Wee Nam Library

Synopsis:

This is the fourth edition of this successful professional reference book on transceiver design, the device that both sends and receives signals, and its place within the wireless communication system. It gives engineers and others a good intuitive understanding of wireless systems and spread spectrum. New topics covered include cognitive radio, systems, networks, and commercial communications. In addition, many items have been extensively updated to improve the flow of the book and enhance comprehension.[As taken from Amazon]

New title for Communication and Information Engineering

Title: Multi-mode/multi-band RF transceivers for wireless communications : advanced techniques, architectures, and trends
Author: Hueber, Gernot
Call number: TK6564.3.M961
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Synopsis:
This volume presents cutting-edge physical layer technologies for multi-mode wireless RF transceivers, specifically RF, analog, and mixed-signal and digital circuits and architectures. Providing the most comprehensive treatment of this topic available, it features original contributions from distinguished researchers and professionals from both academia and industry, who anticipate the major trends and needs of future wireless system developments. [As taken from Amazon]

New title for Communication and Information Engineering

Title: Signal processing and optimization for transceiver systems
Author: Vaidyanathan, P. P.
Call number: TK6561.V128
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Synopsis:
Providing the first complete treatment of MIMO transceiver optimization, this self-contained book includes numerous examples and illustrations to demonstrate key concepts. Beginning with a review of communication fundamentals, it also provides a detailed study of joint transceiver optimization, plus crucial background material such as Schur convex functions and matrix calculus. [As taken from Amazon]