This text explains the workings of the AM radio as well as its history as an information and entertainment medium. The author starts with a broad overview of radio as a sociological and technological phenomenon, then describes specific advances in the research that made radio possible, and finally moves on to technical themes. This second edition includes: illustrative examples based on the popular MATLAB and Electronics Workbench programs; new technical material on differential amplifiers; end-of-chapters problems; and additional historical information. The book is designed for intermediate engineering students familiar with freshman calculus and physics.About the author Paul J. Nahin is Professor of Electrical Engineering at the University of New Hampshire, and is the author of Oliver Heaviside: Sage In Solitude (IEEE Press); Time Machines: Time Travel In Physics, Metaphysics And Science ...
|Title||:||The Science of Radio.|
|Author||:||Paul J. Nahin|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2001-06-08|