Introduction to Electronic Communications

By: Herrick, Clyde N.

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675095694 688 pages including index. Presents a contemporary couse in electronic communications suitable for junior college, community college, and technical institute students concentrating in the electrical and electronic technology curriculum. Detailing of the latest developments in the communications field is balanced by the equally important presentation of historical aspects of the subject. Includes chapters on: Electromagnetic waves and basic antennas; Wave polarization, Antenna Types, and Field Patterns; Transmission lines; Amplitude modulation and demodulation; Amplitude-modulated transmitters; Additional amplitude-modulated transmitters; Speech amplifiers and power requirments; Amplitude modulation receivers; Superheterodyne Receivers; Frequency modulation; Frequency modulated transmitters; Television transmitters and receivers; Television receiver circuitry; Fundamentals of color television; Color Television receivers; Single-sideband Transmitters and receivers; FM stereo-multiplex transmission and reception; Fundamentals of Carrier Telephony; Telemetry Principles; Introduction to information theory. Prior owner's name inkstamped upon front endpaper, else unmarked. Light to moderate wear. Few small ink marks to bottom of back board. Slight lean to spine. Solid copy

Title: Introduction to Electronic Communications

Author Name: Herrick, Clyde N.

Categories: Science & Technology,

Edition: First Printing

Publisher: Columbus, OH, Charles E. Merrill Publishing Company: 1969

ISBN Number: 675095694

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 62608119

Keywords: Introduction to Electronic Communications 688 pages including index. Presents a contemporary couse in electronic communications suitable for junior college, community college, and technical institute students concentrating in the electrical and electronic technology curriculum. Detailing of the latest developments in the communications field is balanced by the equally important presentation of historical aspects of the subject. Includes chapters on: Electromagnetic waves and basic antennas; Wave polarization, Antenna Types, and Field Patterns; Transmission lines; Amplitude modulation and demodulation; Amplitude-modulated transmitters; Additional amplitude-modulated transmitters; Speech amplifiers and power requirments; Amplitude modulation receivers; Superheterodyne Receivers; Frequency modulation; Frequency modulated transmitters; Television transmitters and receivers; Television receiver circuitry; Fundamentals of color television; Color Television receivers; Single-sideband Transmitters and receivers; FM stereo-multiplex transmission and reception; Fundamentals of Carrier Telephony; Telemetry Principles; Introduction to information theory. Prior owner's name inkstamped upon front endpaper, else unmarked. Light wear. Excellent Copy,