Introduction. Signal Analysis. Amplitude Modulation: Communication Systems. Amplitude Modulation: Radar Systems. Angle Modulation: Communication Systems. Angle Modulation: Radar Systems. Analog Pulse Modulation: Communication Systems. Mixed Modulation: Radar Systems. Probability and Random Variables. Stochastic Processes. Noise in Communication Systems. Noise in Radar Systems. Electronic Warfare.These chapter headings show the wide range of coverage of radar and communication systems. Written in a conversational style, this book by Nicolaos S. Tzannes is an easy-to-understand approach to radar and its relationship to communication systems.The author takes radar beyond its military uses into its many civilian applications, pointing out that the two fields have so much in common that the student with some prior background can absorb the material quickly and easily.
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Dr. Tzannes (Ph.D Johns Hopkins, 1966) is a lifetime educator and author of many books in English, Greek and Portuguese. His books span many fields, from subjects in Electrical Engineering, to Backgammon and, most recently, Human Behavior and Philosophy. His most recent books are:1) "Life Without God: A Guide to Fulfillment Without Religion," November 20022) "The Gene Conspiracy or Sorry...The Genes Made Me Do It" under the pseudonym of Aris P. D'Avenal, December 20003) "Communications and Radar Systems," September 20004) "Backgammon Games and Strategies" co-authored with his brother Dr. Basil Tzannes, June 20005) "How Good Are You At Backgammon" also co-authored with Dr. Basil Tzannes, April 2001 Dr. Tzannes has taught at The Johns Hopkins University, Tufts University, The University of Oklahoma, Oregon State University, The University of Virginia and the University of Patras, Greece. Presently, Dr. Tzannes lives in Orlando, Florida. He is Professor Emeritus at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering of the University of Central Florida where he taught courses in Communication and Radar Systems and chaired the Department from 1986 to 1994. Lately, he has been writing short stories. One of them, "I Just Love My Jail Cell" was recently published in the Issue 7 (Summer 2005) of the British Literary Journal "FIRSTWRITER MAGAZINE." Dr Tzannes is listed in Contemporary Authors, American Men and Women of Science, Marquis Who is Who and Who is Who in Greece. In 1991, Dr Tzannes was named the IEEE Outstanding Engineering Educator in Region 3 (Southeastern United States). For a complete Biographical Sketch go to: http://nick.tzannes.net/
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 1985. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110131535455