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Signals Oscillations and Waves: A Modern Approach

Signals Oscillations and Waves: A Modern Approach

By (author): David Vakman
Copyright: 1998
Pages: 220
ISBN: 9780890068144

Print Book $59.00 Qty:
Fortify your knowledge of the amplitudes and frequencies associated with analytic signals and waves, and understand their role in the solution of difficult engineering and physical problems with this practical new book. It shows you how to employ one universal new method in solving challenging engineering problems related to signal processing, wave propagation, electrical and electronics engineering, mechanical and seismic oscillations, acoustics, and other areas. In clear, easy-to-understand language, and with the help of more than 1000 equations, the author illustrates how this practical approach is used to work out both new and classic problems more accurately than traditional methods. Systems engineers, researchers, and computer scientists involved in signal processing will appreciate the book's depth of coverage as it discusses a new approach to measuring frequency stability, noise effects in generators, the paradox behind tunneling in quantum mechanics, and the phenomenon of solitary waves traveling without distortion in nonlinear dispersive media. It's also a valuable tool for helping graduate-level students gain a clear understanding of oscillation and wave fundamentals.
Introduction. The Analytic Signal and Its Properties. Local and Global. The Analytic Signal in Radio Devices. Random Signals and Noise. Monoharmonic Oscillation Systems. Polyharmonic Oscillation Systems. Electron in Crossed Fields. Analytic Waves.
  • David Vakman
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