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ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING HANDBOOK: For ECE Competitive Examinations is a comprehensive book which covers almost all the basic concepts of ECE. It is written to address the needs of the students/ aspirants of the national level competitive examinations in Electronics and Communication Engineering (GATE-ECE/ IES/ BEL/ ISRO/ other PSU examinations). An extensive study of all the core subjects in electronics and communications is required to crack such examinations. This book is written to be a one-stop source for study and revision of all the important concepts in ECE, so that the students/ aspirants do not miss any important concept that might be useful for solving problems in the examination. The book is an outcome of the author's own experiential insights, and it will immensely help the students/ aspirants in finding the right way and the right approach of preparation for competitive examinations.
Susurla V S Suresh :- Susurla V S Suresh is an Electronics Engineer by profession. He has M.S (by research) degree from Indian Institute of Technology Madras, India. Before joining the Institute for higher studies, he worked for a couple of years in multinational companies in the field of electronics, industrial automation systems and automotive embedded systems' hardware and software. His M.S. thesis involved the complete design, development and testing of a portable handheld bio-medical device (Wireless ECG system). This led to an industrial grade product, the technology being approved and taken over by an indigenous company working in the field of medical electronics. His areas of research include medical electronic systems design, analog signal processing, and digital signal processing and satellite hardware / software technology. He traveled abroad to present his work at reputed International conferences. His research work was published by Springer and IEEE (conference proceedings). After graduating from IIT Madras, he worked in the Institute's Department of Electrical Engineering where he played a key role during the design and development of indigenous satellite systems along with his team. Apart from being passionate about designing and building electronic systems, his interests include teaching, reading biographies of scientists and mathematicians, listening to soulful music and playing classical piano.