Introduction to Telecommunications

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Delmar Thomson Learning, 2001 - Technology & Engineering - 429 pages
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Introduction to Telecommunications focuses on the technical and business aspects of a wide variety of technologies, encouraging readers to think about telecommunications systems in ways that will serve them well as the technology continues to evolve. In-depth coverage of current data and voice communications technologies is featured, along with extensive discussion of emerging technologies such as converged data/voice networks and more. Ideal for electronics and industrial technology students, Introduction to Telecommunications uses numerous real-world examples to explain technical concepts and illustrate how they are being applied today. Ample pedagogy - including chapter-opening objectives, key terms lists, review questions and exercises, plus a comprehensive glossary - is also included to guide readers to an understanding of how telecommunications technologies interact with business in today's Information Age.

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Anu Gokhale is a Professor of Electronics and Telecommunications for the Department of Technology at Illinois State University. Gokhale is the Secretary at the Central Illinois Section of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and a Faculty Advisor at the Illinois State University Branch of the Institute of IEEE.

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