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Digital Signal Transmission
This volume provides a thorough up-to-date foundation in the concepts of modern digital transmission for undergraduate study in telecommunications.
Modelling applications of spreadsheets (in engineering)
The authors show that most commercially available spreadsheets are well provided with trigonometric, exponential and logarithmic functions, as well as with a range of arithmetic and logic operations for combining such functions.
Digital Signal Transmission: Analogue and digital sources
Introduction: The difference that makes a difference
TripleC’s Special Issue on The Difference That Makes a Difference, containing papers arising from a workshop of the same name that ran in Milton Keynes in September 2011, is introduced.
Still a gendered technology? Issues in teaching information and communication technologies at the UK Open University
Over the last 5 years the Faculty of Technology of the UK Open University has redesigned most of its courses in the information and communication technologies. This paper reviews some of the issues,…
Information is provisional
- David Chapman
- 10 August 2014
A diagrammatic convention based on communications theory and making use of hierarchies of levels is found to provide a powerful means of conveying many of the aspects of the nature of information, and of understanding the role of information in a wide range of applications.
Living in a time of change
The future of Kybernetes will build on its long and distinguished heritage, noting especially the strengths of interdisplinarity, internationality, and strong links with major cybernetic societies across the world.
Keeping ahead in ICT: A new approach to updating for final year undergraduates
The course T324 Keeping ahead in ICT is a 300 hour, level 3 (final year undergraduate), distance learning course offered by the UK Open University for the first time in February 2007. It is aimed…