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Topics In The Theory Of Random Noise Volumes 1 & 2 – Stratonovich
In this post, we will see two volume book titled Topics In The Theory Of Random Noise by R. L. Stratonovich. About the books The present book, in two volumes, is concerned with a variety of topics which have been … Continue reading
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Tagged distribution functions, fokkerplank equations, gaussian processes, markov processes, noise, nonlinear selfexcited oscillations, nonlinear transformations, nonstationary random processes, oscillators, parametric oscillators, random functions, random variables, relays, theorems
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Probability And Information – Yaglom, Yaglom
In this post, we will see the book Probability And Information by A. M. Yaglom; I. M. Yaglom. About the book The present book, designed for a wide circle of readers (familiarity with mathematics up to high school level suffices … Continue reading
Signals and Circuits – Baskakov
In this post, we will see the book Signals And Circuits by S. I. Baskakov. About the book The present book is a course on signals and circuits as it is taught in the USSR. This subject figures prominently among … Continue reading
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Tagged active networks, amplifiers, band limited signals, circuits, digital filtering, discrete signals, electronics, engineering, feedback, filters, linear circuit analysis, mir publishers, modulation, network analysis, networks, noise, power spectra, receivers, signal transformation, signals, soviet, spectral representations, technology, theory of random signals, theory of signals, transforms
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Mathematical Foundations of Information Theory – Khinchin
In this post, we will see the book Mathematical foundations of Information Theory by A. I. Khinchin. About the book The book is a translation of two papers written by the Russian mathematician, A. I. Khinchin, for the expository journal … Continue reading
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Tagged coding theory, concept of channel, entropy, ergodic sources, ergodic theory, feinstein fundamental lemma, feinstein inequality, information, markov chains, mathematics, noise, shanon's inequality, shanon's theorems, uniqueness theorem
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Random Processes In Electrical And Mechanical Systems – Lebedev
In this post, we will see the book Random Processes In Electrical And Mechanical Systems by V. L. Lebedev. About the book This book deals with stationary and nonstationary random processes in linear systems and in inertialess nonlinear systems which … Continue reading
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Tagged brownian motion, Derivatives, detectors, electrical systems, engineering, filters, inertial nonlinear systems, inertialess nonlinear system, linear systems, mechanical systems, moments, noise, nonlinear problems, physics, properties, random force, random functions, random processes, soviet, spectral method, statistical properties, theory, thermal noise, transformations, voltage noise
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Electricity and Magnetism – Matveev
We now come to a long awaited book by A. N. Matveev. Sometime back we had seen his Mechanics and Theory of Relativity. In this post we will see Electricity and Magnetism. This book is a part of 5 book … Continue reading
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Tagged ampere's law, biosavart law, conductivity, coulomb's law, dielectrics, direct current, electric charge, electricity, electromagnetic field, electromagnetic induction, electromagnetic waves, electromagnetism, electrostatic field, invariance, kirchoff's laws, magnetics, magnetism, matveev, maxwells's equations, noise, quasi stationary, Quasistationary Electromagnetic Field, wave guides
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Radio Receiver Theory – Chistyakov
In this post we will see the book Radio Receiver Theory by N. Buka, A. Falko and N. Chistyakov, which was edited by N. I. Chistyakov. About the Book: This book is a general course on radio receivers as taught in … Continue reading
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Tagged AM, amplifiers, broadcasting, communication, fidelity, FM, frequency converters, gain, intereference, modulation, noise, phase detectors, radio, receivers, signals
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Radio Receivers – Barkan, Zhdanov
We now come to Radio Receivers by V. Barkan and V. Zhdanov This book covers all topics related to radio receivers right from fundamentals to audio, video amplifiers and receivers. Also discussed are various bands of operation. It starts from … Continue reading
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Tagged AM, amplifiers, detectors, FM, modulation, noise, radar, SHF, short waves, signals, UHF, VHF
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