Understanding RF Circuits with Multisim 10
A Workbook with 21 Circuit Experiments By Tracy Shields
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This workbook contains radio frequency (RF) applications to be used with Multisim. Twenty-one specially designed electronic communication experiments are provided for use with this computer controlled environment. These experiments are meant to supplement the theory students normally obtain in lectures. This workbook is not meant to...