15 Free eBooks On Telecom Engineering

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Looking for engineering content on telecommunications? Here’s bringing a collection of 15 helpful ebooks. Happy reading!

Atithya Amaresh


1. Introduction to Queueing Theory and Stochastic Teletraffic Models
Author/s: Moshe Zukerman
Publisher: City University of Hong Kong, 2012
This book aims to bestow the basic knowledge of stochastic models which are applied on the telecommunications research areas. These study areas which are also referred as teletraffic includes, traffic modelling, traffic management and resource provisioning.

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2. Ultra-Wideband Radio Technologies for Communications, Localization and Sensor Applications
Author/s: Reiner Thoma, et al.
Publisher: InTech, 2013
UWB or the Ultra-Wideband Radio represents a new radio-access philosophy which exploiting vast GHz of bandwidth. It helps in processing communication with high data rate over short distances and it promises innovative radar sensing plus localization applications.

3. Advancement in Microstrip Antennas with Recent Applications
Author/s: Ahmed Kishk
Publisher: InTech, 2013
The text talks about the basic and advanced level concepts of microstrip antennas. These concepts includes the design procedure and their recent applications. The book covers discussion of arrays, optimization, spectral domain, multiband, dual and circular polarization, et al.

4. Optical Communication
Author/s: Narottam Das (ed.)
Publisher: InTech, 2012
The book aims to cover the concepts of optical communication, components, networks, systems, MIMO systems and signal processing. It also discusses the optical components and various other enhanced signal processing functions.

5. Communication Networks
Author/s: Anish Arkatkar, et al.
Publisher: Wikibooks, 2012
This book on electrical communications networks talks about everything from analog, digital, to hybrid networks as well as both broadcast and bi-directional data networks. The focus of the book is upon existing technology instead of too much theory.

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