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old account Frank Eory
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re: Wireless receiver design for digital communications: Propagation, Part 2
old account Frank Eory   6/1/2011 3:14:56 PM
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Sounds like a book that would've been very useful to digital TV receiver designers back in the late 90s -- a time when for some reason the well-known characteristics of RF propagation and multipath were swept under the rug by many...

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re: Wireless receiver design for digital communications: Propagation, Part 2
Dixy3   6/1/2011 2:55:42 PM
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Looks an interesting book, but I would have thought that the author would have included a chapter on software defined radio technics where many students are training and researching now.

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re: Wireless receiver design for digital communications: Propagation, Part 2
JanineLove   5/31/2011 1:29:26 PM
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This completes the excerpt from Chapter 3. I hope you enjoy. Please use the comments section to discuss.



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