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An Introduction to the Theory of Random Signals and Noise

ISBN: 978-0-87942-235-6
408 pages
October 1987, Wiley-IEEE Press
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This "bible" of a whole generation of communications engineers was originally published in 1958. The focus is on the statistical theory underlying the study of signals and noises in communications systems, emphasizing techniques as well s results. End of chapter problems are provided.

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Preface to the IEEE Press Edition.

Preface.

Errata.

Introduction.

Probability.

Random Variables and Probability Distributions.

Averages.

Sampling.

Spectral Analysis.

Shot Noise.

The Gaussian Process.

Linear Systems.

Noise Figures.

Optimum Linear Systems.

Nonlinear Devices: The Direct Method.

Nonlinear Devices: The Transform Method.

Statistical Detection Signals.

Appendix 1: The Impulse Function.

Appendix 2: Integral Equations.

Bibliography.

Index.
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