Fundamentals of telecommunications, 2d ed.TK5101
Fundamentals of telecommunications Communicating information, including data, text, pictures, voice and video over long distance. See communications. , 2d ed.
Freeman, Roger L.
Freeman, a telecommunications consultant, introduces fundamentals of telecommunication networks without bogging readers down in complex math and technical jargon jargon, pejorative term applied to speech or writing that is considered meaningless, unintelligible, or ugly. In one sense the term is applied to the special language of a profession, which may be unnecessarily complicated, e.g., "medical jargon. . Material is designed for high-school graduates who understand algebra algebra, branch of mathematics concerned with operations on sets of numbers or other elements that are often represented by symbols. Algebra is a generalization of arithmetic and gains much of its power from dealing symbolically with elements and operations (such as , logarithms, and basic principles of electricity, with appendices ap·pen·di·ces
A plural of appendix. reviewing essentials of electricity, mathematics up through logarithms, and decibels and their applications. This second edition reflects the latest advances in the field, with new chapters on metropolitan area networks, voice over packets, television transmission, and network management.