Dave Pearce's Web-Pages

Dave Pearce is a lecturer in the Department of Electronics at the University of York.  If you don't already know that, then you're unlikely to find anything here very interesting.  I suggest you try somewhere else - there are far more interesting places on the web than here.  Try a random page at Wikipedia, it's amazing what you can find out.

For people who do know me: welcome to my home pages. This site contains several things that I think might be of interest to my students, and others at the University of York.

Please note that the views expressed on this web-site are certainly not official views of the Department of Electronics at the University of York.   Some of them even I don't fully agree with, but they will, I hope, provoke some debate and thought.

Current Contents:

The Project Reports Document
(Advice for those writing a project report for me to mark.)

Getting Started With Wireless Communications
(Chapters from the book that now won't happen.  Comments very welcome.)

Exam Techniques, Tips and Tricks with Appendix for Overseas Students
 (Advice for those taking exams at York.)

Lecture and Lab Demos are now hosted on an external server. Follow the link for details.