A century-old technology enters the digital age

October 1999
EDN;10/28/99, Vol. 44 Issue 22, p139
Trade Publication
Focuses on the digitalization of radio communications. Emergence of software radios; Misconceptions on digital radios; Comparison between analog and digital radios; Principles underlying digital radio; Problems with the adoption of the technology; Effect of noise on dynamic range.


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