is a leading authority in this field. Until recently he was Professor of Signal Processing at the University of Bristol and is he now a Director of Wireless Systems International Ltd. The book is based on his undergraduate teaching at Bristol and his training courses for professionals. He has extensive practical experience in the `real-world' having performed consultancies with organisations such as the Canadian Department of Communications, Renishaw UK, British Telecom, Australia Telecom, Hewlett-Packard, Philips, Plessey Avionics, Bell Operating Company USA, Nokia Mobile Communications, and Uniden Japan. He has published eighty papers and has registered thirteen patents.
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