Statistical Communications Theory


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Statistical Communications Theory
1010507Statistical Communications Theory
<emphasis role="bold">The Statistical Approach</emphasis> Statistical communications theory is a powerful tool for solving complex problems that are too complicated to solve by ordinary means. These complications arise when there are too many variations or too many variables and when the mobile-radio phenomena are too complicated to describe in simple terms. Statistical communications theory can be used to analyze various types of natural phenomena. For example, when the parameters for d…
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William C. Y. Lee: Mobile Communications Engineering: Theory and Applications, Second Edition. Statistical Communications Theory, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 1998 1982), AccessEngineering Export