Based on time-tested course material, this authoritative text
examines the key topics, advanced mathematical concepts, and novel
analytical tools needed to understand modern communication and
radar systems. It covers computational linear algebra theory, VLSI
systolic algorithms and designs, practical aspects of chaos theory,
and applications in beamforming and array processing, and uses a
variety of CDMA codes, as well as acoustic sensing and beamforming
algorithms to illustrate key concepts. Classical topics such as
spectral analysis are also covered, and each chapter includes a
wealth of homework problems. This is an invaluable text for
graduate students in electrical and computer engineering, and an
essential reference for practitioners in communications and radar
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