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NBC News Overnight
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. NBC News Overnight was a television news program on the NBC television network airing weekday mornings from 1:30 a.m. to 2:30 a.m. from July 5, 1982 to December 3, 1983 for 367 telecasts. This was some years before practically all commercial TV stations instituted 24-hour programming, the overnight hours of which have been filled largely with infomercials. NBC News Overnight was the brainchild of NBC News president Reuven Frank, who conceived the show as inexpensive overnight programming after Late Night with David Letterman. Linda Ellerbee and Lloyd Dobyns originally anchored the broadcast. Bill Schechner replaced Dobyns in January 1983. Herb Dudnick was the program''s first executive producer and was succeeded by Deborah B. Johnson.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 20.01.2020
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The Design and Implementation of Low-Power CMOS...
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The primary goal of emThe Design and Implementation of Low-Power CMOS/em emRadio Receivers/em is to explore techniques for implementing wireless receivers in an inexpensive complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS) technology. Although the techniques developed apply somewhat generally across many classes of receivers, the specific focus of this work is on the Global Positioning System (GPS). Because GPS provides a convenient vehicle for examining CMOS receivers, a brief overview of the GPS system and its implications for consumer electronics is presented. br/ The GPS system comprises 24 satellites in low earth orbit that continuously broadcast their position and local time. Through satellite range measurements, a receiver can determine its absolute position and time to within about 100m anywhere on Earth, as long as four satellites are within view. The deployment of this satellite network was completed in 1994 and, as a result, consumer markets for GPS navigation capabilities are beginning to blossom. Examples include automotive or maritime navigation, intelligent hand-off algorithms in cellular telephony, and cellular emergency services, to name a few. br/ Of particular interest in the context of this book are embedded GPS applications where a GPS receiver is just one component of a larger system. Widespread proliferation of embedded GPS capability will require receivers that are compact, cheap and low-power. br/ emThe Design and Implementation of Low-Power CMOS Radio Receivers/em will be of interest to professional radio engineers, circuit designers, professors and students engaged in integrated radio research and other researchers who work in the radio field.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Multimedia Broadcasting and Multicasting in Mob...
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Introducing mobile multimedia - the technologies, digital rights management and everything else you need to know for delivering cost efficient multimedia to mobile terminals Efficiency and cost effectiveness within multimedia delivery is fast becoming a hot topic in wireless communications, with mobile operators competing to offer inexpensive, reliable services. The selection of an appropriate technology and matching it with the offered mix of services will be essential to achieve the market success. Multimedia Broadcasting and Multicasting in Mobile Networks discusses multimedia services, introducing the potentials and limitations of the multicasting and broadcasting technologies. The authors address the key points related to the deployment of the technology including digital rights management issues, particularly important in terms of the large, business scale deployment of multimedia services and business models. The book discusses the early trials and deployment of Internet Protocol Datacasting (IPDC) and Multimedia Broadcast/Multicast Service (MBMS) and offers an introduction to multicasting in wireless cellular networks. Multimedia Broadcasting and Multicasting in Mobile Networks: * Offers a tutorial introduction to multicasting in wireless cellular networks * Provides an overview of the current technologies that deliver mobile multimedia, weighing of the potentials and limitations of various solutions * Includes the early trials and deployment of Internet Protocol Datacasting (IPDC) and Multimedia Broadcast/Multicast Service (MBMS) * Details Digital Rights Management (DRM), MediaFLO, Digital Multimedia Broadcasting (DMB), Terrestrial Integrated Services Digital Broadcasting (ISDB-T) and others * Contains business models, trials and user feedback This book provides mobile operators, graduate engineers, network designers and strategists in mobile engineering with a thorough understanding of mobile multimedia and its impact on the telecommunications industry. Undergraduate and postgraduate students studying telecommunications will also find this book of interest.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Build Your Own Transistor Radios
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Publisher's Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. A DIY guide to designing and building transistor radios Create sophisticated transistor radios that are inexpensive yet highly efficient. Build Your Own Transistor Radios: A Hobbyist's Guide to High-Performance and Low-Powered Radio Circuits offers complete projects with detailed schematics and insights on how the radios were designed. Learn how to choose components, construct the different types of radios, and troubleshoot your work. Digging deeper, this practical resource shows you how to engineer innovative devices by experimenting with and radically improving existing designs. Build Your Own Transistor Radios covers: Calibration tools and test generators TRF, regenerative, and reflex radios Basic and advanced superheterodyne radios Coil-less and software-defined radios Transistor and differential-pair oscillators Filter and amplifier design techniques Sampling theory and sampling mixers In-phase, quadrature, and AM broadcast signals Resonant, detector, and AVC circuits Image rejection and noise analysis methods 'This is the perfect guide for electronics hobbyists and students who want to delve deeper into the topic of radio. Overall, this extremely well written and comprehensively illustrated guide and reference deserves a place on the inquisitive radio amateur's bookshelf.' - QST 'I would definitely recommend this book to novices and all hobbyists and engineers who have not have much practical exposure to radio design and development.' - EDN Make Great Stuff! TAB, an imprint of McGraw-Hill Professional, is a leading publisher of DIY technology books for makers, hackers, and electronics hobbyists.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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SDR for Beginners Using the SDRplay and SDRuno ...
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SDR (Software-Defined Radio) is a generic term for a device that includes a full radio tuner in a 'black box' with few or no external controls. All the tuning and output must be controlled through an external computer. This book covers the installation, setup, and operation of one particular very popular and inexpensive SDR device, the SDRplay, and the manufacturer's version of the SDR software, called SDRuno. The SDRplay has an enormous range of frequencies available, including those for amateur radio, broadcast radio, satellite communication, TV, microwave, and a vast array of other frequencies. Being receive-only, no special licenses are required; although it is very popular with amateur radio enthusiasts ('Hams'), anyone with appropriate computer equipment can buy and use an SDRplay. Inside you'll find step-by-step tutorials on how to install the software, setup the device, and use your SDRplay. SDR has never been more accessible! This short book gives you a simple step-by-step walkthrough of all the options to set up your SDR receiver using many screenshots and examples. The entire process is detailed, from registering your device to installing the software, and more. Once that's done, you can start listening and scanning the airways for audio and digital signals!

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Television Today and Tomorrow
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In recent years, the media has been awash in exuberant tales of the arrival of the information superhighway, when television will explode with exciting possibilities, offering some 500 channels as well as a marriage of TV and computer that will provide, on command, access to the latest movies, magazines, newspapers, books, sports events, stock exchange figures, your bank account, and much, much more. And the major TV networks, pundits add, will be doomed to extinction by this revolution in cable, computers, and fiber optics. But in Television Today and Tomorrow, Gene Jankowski--former President and Chairman of the CBS Broadcast Group--and David Fuchs--also a former top executive at CBS--tell a different story. They predict a bumpy road ahead for the information superhighway, and the major networks, they say, are abundantly healthy and will remain so well into the next century. The information superhighway, Jankowski and Fuchs admit, will dramatically increase the distribution channels, but it will have little impact on the amount of programming created--and this may spell disaster. The authors show how the networks began as a way to provide programs to local stations (who could not afford to produce their own), who in turn provided the distribution that gave networks access to mass audiences and ultimately large advertising dollars. They then offer us an inside look at television production--showing us, for instance, a veteran scriptwriter putting together a breakfast table scene for 'Cloud Nine'--to underscore how much effort goes into producing just two minutes of primetime programming. They reveal that the present 20 channels require some 20,000 hours of programming each year, which is more than all the Broadway plays produced in this century, and they conclude that without a dramatic increase in programming (which won't happen if only because of the very finite supply of talent), the superhighway will be jammed bumper-to-bumper with reruns, old movies, and inexpensive programming aimed at tightly focused audiences ('narrowcasting' as opposed to 'broadcasting'). This is hardly the bonanza the pundits have promised. The authors point out that the media blitz about the new technology has hardly focused on programming, or on funding, or on what needs these 500 channels will fill. The major networks, on the other hand, will remain the only means of reaching the whole country, and the only channels that offer a full schedule of current, live, and original programs, free of charge. And thus they will continue to attract most of the audience of TV viewers. The real loser in the cable revolution, the authors contend, is PBS, whose role as an alternative to network TV has been usurped by cable stations such as The Discovery Channel and Nickelodeon. This is a brass tacks look at television with an eye on the bottom line by two men who boast over sixty years of experience in the medium. If you want to understand television in America, where it came from and where it is going, you will need to read this book.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Multimedia Broadcasting and Multicasting in Mob...
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Introducing mobile multimedia - the technologies, digitalrights management and everything else you need to know fordelivering cost efficient multimedia to mobile terminals Efficiency and cost effectiveness within multimedia delivery isfast becoming a hot topic in wireless communications, with mobileoperators competing to offer inexpensive, reliable services. Theselection of an appropriate technology and matching it with theoffered mix of services will be essential to achieve the marketsuccess. Multimedia Broadcasting and Multicasting in MobileNetworks discusses multimedia services, introducing thepotentials and limitations of the multicasting and broadcastingtechnologies. The authors address the key points related to thedeployment of the technology including digital rights managementissues, particularly important in terms of the large, businessscale deployment of multimedia services and business models. Thebook discusses the early trials and deployment of Internet ProtocolDatacasting (IPDC) and Multimedia Broadcast/Multicast Service(MBMS) and offers an introduction to multicasting in wirelesscellular networks. Multimedia Broadcasting and Multicasting in MobileNetworks: * Offers a tutorial introduction to multicasting in wirelesscellular networks * Provides an overview of the current technologies that delivermobile multimedia, weighing of the potentials and limitations ofvarious solutions * Includes the early trials and deployment of Internet ProtocolDatacasting (IPDC) and Multimedia Broadcast/Multicast Service(MBMS) * Details Digital Rights Management (DRM), MediaFLO, DigitalMultimedia Broadcasting (DMB), Terrestrial Integrated ServicesDigital Broadcasting (ISDB-T) and others * Contains business models, trials and user feedback This book provides mobile operators, graduate engineers, networkdesigners and strategists in mobile engineering with a thoroughunderstanding of mobile multimedia and its impact on thetelecommunications industry. Undergraduate and postgraduatestudents studying telecommunications will also find this book ofinterest.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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The Design and Implementation of Low-Power CMOS...
155,99 € *
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The primary goal of emThe Design and Implementation of Low-Power CMOS/em emRadio Receivers/em is to explore techniques for implementing wireless receivers in an inexpensive complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS) technology. Although the techniques developed apply somewhat generally across many classes of receivers, the specific focus of this work is on the Global Positioning System (GPS). Because GPS provides a convenient vehicle for examining CMOS receivers, a brief overview of the GPS system and its implications for consumer electronics is presented. br/ The GPS system comprises 24 satellites in low earth orbit that continuously broadcast their position and local time. Through satellite range measurements, a receiver can determine its absolute position and time to within about 100m anywhere on Earth, as long as four satellites are within view. The deployment of this satellite network was completed in 1994 and, as a result, consumer markets for GPS navigation capabilities are beginning to blossom. Examples include automotive or maritime navigation, intelligent hand-off algorithms in cellular telephony, and cellular emergency services, to name a few. br/ Of particular interest in the context of this book are embedded GPS applications where a GPS receiver is just one component of a larger system. Widespread proliferation of embedded GPS capability will require receivers that are compact, cheap and low-power. br/ emThe Design and Implementation of Low-Power CMOS Radio Receivers/em will be of interest to professional radio engineers, circuit designers, professors and students engaged in integrated radio research and other researchers who work in the radio field.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 20.01.2020
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Multimedia Broadcasting and Multicasting in Mob...
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Introducing mobile multimedia - the technologies, digital rights management and everything else you need to know for delivering cost efficient multimedia to mobile terminals Efficiency and cost effectiveness within multimedia delivery is fast becoming a hot topic in wireless communications, with mobile operators competing to offer inexpensive, reliable services. The selection of an appropriate technology and matching it with the offered mix of services will be essential to achieve the market success. Multimedia Broadcasting and Multicasting in Mobile Networks discusses multimedia services, introducing the potentials and limitations of the multicasting and broadcasting technologies. The authors address the key points related to the deployment of the technology including digital rights management issues, particularly important in terms of the large, business scale deployment of multimedia services and business models. The book discusses the early trials and deployment of Internet Protocol Datacasting (IPDC) and Multimedia Broadcast/Multicast Service (MBMS) and offers an introduction to multicasting in wireless cellular networks. Multimedia Broadcasting and Multicasting in Mobile Networks: * Offers a tutorial introduction to multicasting in wireless cellular networks * Provides an overview of the current technologies that deliver mobile multimedia, weighing of the potentials and limitations of various solutions * Includes the early trials and deployment of Internet Protocol Datacasting (IPDC) and Multimedia Broadcast/Multicast Service (MBMS) * Details Digital Rights Management (DRM), MediaFLO, Digital Multimedia Broadcasting (DMB), Terrestrial Integrated Services Digital Broadcasting (ISDB-T) and others * Contains business models, trials and user feedback This book provides mobile operators, graduate engineers, network designers and strategists in mobile engineering with a thorough understanding of mobile multimedia and its impact on the telecommunications industry. Undergraduate and postgraduate students studying telecommunications will also find this book of interest.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 20.01.2020
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