Signal Processing for Communications


È disponibile gratuitamente online il libro di Paolo Prandoni e Martin Vetterli “Signal Processing for Communications”.

Free Online Version

The publisher and the authors have decided to make the whole book available online, and the PDF version of “Signal Processing for Communications” is free for you to download. We think that information should circulate freely, and that the primary goal of teaching is to make knowledge broadly accessible.

EPFL Press has kindly agreed to let us publish the PDF version electronically as an experiment, despite having invested in producing the hardcover textbook. Of course, we believe that if you are really interested in the material then the physical version of the book is a great idea; on top of it all, it also comes with a beautiful cover!

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We truly hope that this experiment will be successful, and we hope to contribute, in however small a way, to reduce the inequalities in the access to knowledge across the world.

And now, without further ado, you can proceed to the online version of “Signal Processing for Communications”.

 

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You can access two online versions of the book:

  • an HTML version with hypertextual cross-referencing, which will open in your browser;
  • PDF version which you can download and print.

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