A Foundation in Digital Communication
by Amos Lapidoth
Publisher: Cambridge University Press 2009
Number of pages: 749
This intuitive yet rigorous introduction derives the core results of digital communication from first principles. Theory, rather than industry standards, motivates the engineering approaches, and key results are stated with all the required assumptions.
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