New edition of an introductory text that balances theoretical foundations with practical design. Reorganization and updates in this edition include the section on. Reviewer: Paul J. Crepeau. Roden has kept to a schedule of revising his popular textbook at five-year intervals. In this fourth edition, the digital communication. Analog and digital communication systems / Martin S. Roden. Author. Roden, Martin S. Published. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, c Physical.
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