Introduction to Communication Systems Using National Instruments Universal Software Peripheral Radio: Lab Manual describes an innovative and practical method to teach students communications theory that includes both classroom lectures and supplemental lab projects. The cornerstone of today's cellular and wireless technology, the understanding of the theory, and being able to implement the concepts in the lab, is essential for students to have a crisp understanding of the basics, expand on what they learn in the classroon and to basically "learn to innovate..."
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