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Wireless receiver design for digital communications: Propagation, Part 1

5/23/2011 07:57 PM EDT
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JanineLove
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JanineLove   5/23/2011 8:10:01 PM
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This will be a multi-part series to cover the excerpt from this new book: Wireless Receiver Design for Digital Communications, 2nd Edition. The book is in press now and will release in mid-June.

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re: Wireless receiver design for digital communications: Propagation, Part 1
t.alex   5/24/2011 2:47:56 PM
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This will be a good read. I am very interested to explore wireless performance at the system level, especially for mobile devices development with wifi, bluetooth and loads of other wireless technology.

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