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Shift register sequences cover a broad range of applications, from radar signal design, pseudo-random number generation, digital wireless telephony, and many other areas in coded communications. It is the primary area for which the author, Dr Golomb, received the US National Medal of Science. This book is the third, revised edition of the original definitive book on shift register sequences which
by Kun-Mu ChenA primary resource for graduate teaching and research in advanced electromagnetic materials, Special Topics in Electromagnetics covers some new methods for treating the interaction of electromagnetic field with materials, as well as biological applications and radar identification using electromagnetic waves. This book supplements its content with detailed mathematical derivation and covers some