Items where Division is "Faculty of Physical Sciences and Engineering > Electronics and Computer Science > EEE" and Year is 1989

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Atkinson, John K, Cranny, Andy, Fraigi, Lilliana B and White, Neil M (1989) Thick film sensors: characterisation and application At Transducers '89, Switzerland.

Atkinson, John K, Cranny, Andy, Jeffery, Peter D and Burr, Peter M (1989) An evaluation of the use of thick film organic semiconductor sensor arrays in the detection of gases, Trident (Proceedings of the International Measurement Conference: Sensors and Systems, 3).

Braithwaite, S J (1989) A simulator for the analysis of mutual interference in multiple access systems At Proceedings of ISSSE'89.

Braithwaite, S J, Gibbs, J A and Barratt, S J (1989) An sufficient simple rate changer for rational ratios in PSK and QPSK demodulators At Proceedings of ISSSE'89.

Davies, A., Sykulski, J.K., Loveridge, R. and Milburn, J. (1989) Simulation of the electrical performance of inverter supplied ESP systems In Advances in Underwater Technology, Ocean Science and Offshore Engineering. Society for Underwater Technology., pp. 121-30.

Gibbs, J A and Braithwaite, S J (1989) Disde a digital signal processing software design environment for the development of communications software At Proceedings of ISSSE'89.

Gibbs, J A and Braithwaite, S J (1989) A viterbi detector for the acquisition of convolutionally encoded non-coherent MFSK At IEE Collogquium on Modems and Codecs for Satellite Communications.

Miller, PR, Zwolinski, M and Jesshope, CR (1989) Using Ella As A Design Tool INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING EDUCATION, 26, (1-2), pp. 134-145.

Reeve, J S (1989) Simulation of Fluid Flows on Transputer Arrays

Reeve, J S (1989) Some Parallel Communications Schemes At , Proceedings of the Second Australian Occam User Group.

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