Continuous Time Signals
Publisher: Springer | 2006 | 362 pages | ISBN: 1402048181 | File type: PDF | 13,2 mb

As far back as the 1870s, when two American inventors Elisha Gray and Graham Bell independently designed devices to transmit speech electrically (the telephone), and the 1890s, when the Russian scientist Aleksandr Popov and the Italian engineer Guglielmo Marconi independently demonstrated the equipment to transmit and receive messages wirelessly (the radio), the theory of electrical signal was born.


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