Basic Communications Electronics explains analog electronic devices and circuits -- how they work and how they are used to build communications systems. Emphasis on semiconductor devices and integrated circuits (ICs). For anyone who wants to understand analog electronics and wireless communications. End-of-chapter quizzes and problem sets reinforce learning. Includes many worked-out examples and detailed illustrations within the text.
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Modeled after PROMPT() Publications' bestselling titles Basic Electronics and Basic Digital Electronics, Basic Communications Electronics discusses how analog electronic devices and circuits are used to create communications systems. Concentrating on semiconductor devices, bipolar and field-effect transistors, and integrated circuits, Basic Communications Electronics will teach you how these devices work and how they are used in analog circuits. With the knowledge of basic concepts, device and circuit fundamentals, and circuit applications, you will have a solid foundation that will help you understand the development of communications electronics.About the Author:
Jack Hudson, W9MU, was the head of the Electronics Program at College of Lake County, Grayslake, Illinois, where he taught a wide-range of electronics courses to community college students as well as sailors from the nearby Great Lakes Naval Training Center. He is a licensed Extra Class amateur radio operator.
Jerry Luecke holds a Master's Degree in Electrical Engineering from Northwestern University. He worked for Texas Instruments, and is the author and editor of many electronics texts.
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