Book Name: The Signal: The History of Signal Processing and How We Communicate
Author: Ted G. Lewis
Publisher: Taylor & Francis / CRC Press
ISBN-: 0367225611, 9780367225612
File size: 8 Mb
File format: PDF
The Signal: The History of Signal Processing and How We Communicate Pdf Book Description:
Computers will be the basis of the information era, but communicating technologies is the basis of the foundation. With no concepts and practical applications of concept brought to us from the leaders of communicating, the computer era would perhaps have stayed in the rear office, hidden off as infrastructure such as power or running water — crucial to contemporary life, but maybe not as changing as the blend of computing and communications. The data age exploded when machines have been endowed with the capability to speak among themselves.
The Signal connects everything to everything else, in both communicating, and in the metaphorical sense as the connection between and among individuals. Characteristics:
– Identifies the key ideas underlying modern communications technologies, and records the contributions of its own inventors
– Explores the sign in communicating, and in the metaphorical sense as the connection between and among individuals
– Contains coverage of’Signs from Hell,’ such as memes and’fake news’ about the World Wide Web
– Appears into the future of communicating, with emerging 5G
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