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what do i need to learn to start electronic and telecommunication?

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  1. Rajeshkumar
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    do u want to know about the college or ...about u r course

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    The very first place to start is mathematics. For electronics, I would suggest starting off by studying calculus and differential equations. It will be beneficial to understand how to solve partial differential equations and how to use the Laplace transform. For telecommunications, it will also be helpful to understand probability. After you have a sold understanding of the math, then you should start studying the fundamentals of electronic circuits and telecommunications. There are a lot of topics in these areas to consider. Do you need advice in planning your course curriculum at a college or are you looking for independent study topics? What areas of electronics and telecommunications interest you the most (e.g. Internet, wireless communication, etc...)?

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