Here is the listing of Best reference books on Signals and Feedback Systems.
|1. “Signals and Systems” by S. Haykin and B. Van Veen
Book Review: This book is suitable for undergraduate courses in electrical engineering and provides a modern treatment of signals and systems. The book is also useful for senior level courses in communication systems, control systems, digital signal processing, radar, radio, astronomy, remote sensing, seismology and biomedical engineering. Drill problems, examples and solutions are present throughout the book. The book takes into consideration the relevance of signals and systems to the broader field of electrical engineering
|2. “Signals and Systems” by A. V. Oppenheim and A. S. Willsky
Book Review: This book is known for its intellectual quality and contributions thereby providing a solid foundation and long life reference for students studying important methods of modern signal and system analysis. The book covers sections on MEMS and derivatives of unit impulse function, fundamental notion of feedback, stability of nonlinear systems and noise. All the examples in the book are based on real world problems as well as there are many MATLAB practice problems.
|3. “Signals and Systems” by Dr.J.S.Chitode
Book Review: The chapters included in the book are random variables stochastic processes and probability theory, mathematical representation of noise, sampling of analog signals and digital PAM techniques, waveform and source coding techniques, digital multiplexing, digital CW modulation techniques, binary signal detection in the presence of noise and many more. The book contains demonstration of various concepts throughout. The book also demonstrates the concepts of RC circuits, MEMS accelerometer, radar range measurement and different mathematical tools.
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