A Handbook of Electronics & Telecommunications Engineering
- ISBN: 9781681171951
- Editor: Andris Krupin, Juris Medved & Rahul Khanna
- Year: 2016
- Format: Hardcover
- Pages: 740
- Availability: In Stock
Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering is a ﬁeld that involves complex electronic apparatus, circuits and equipment’s that help in executing speedy and eﬃcient telecommunication systems. These engineers design, fabricate, maintain, supervise and manufacture electronic equipment’s used in entertainment industry, computer industry, communication and defence. Ever increasing pace of development in electronics, audio and video communications systems and the automation in industry have made an electronic engineer a catalyst for the change of the modern society.
A Handbook of Electronics and Communication Engineering covers the engineering syllabus of several examinations. The Electronics Engineering section gives detail on non-linear and active electrical components which are used to design circuits, chips and devices. It also focuses on implementation of principles, applications and algorithms. Communication Engineering is divided into two parts: Analog and Digital.
Handbook of Electronics and Communication Engineering deals on an extensive assortment of topics, including transistors, diodes, microprocessors, signals and systems, network theory and microwave engineering. The book highlights important terms and deﬁnitions, along with illustrated formulae to make learning easy, with appropriate diagrams, whenever it is appropriate. An extensive coverage of key points for additional information is also given.