Cambridge, Massachusetts: The MIT Press 1963. First Edition. ix, 102 pages. Brown boards with green and white dust jacket. Spine browned (sunned), clean internally. A sound copy. Near Fine / Near Fine. Boards. 
"The Noisy Channel Coding Theorem discovered by C. E. Shannon in 1948 offered communication engineers the possibility of reducing error rates on noisy channels to negligible levels without sacrificing data rates. The primary obstacle to the practical use of this theorem has been the equipment complexity and the computation time required to decode the noisy received data. This monograph presents a technique for achieving high data rates and neglegeble (sic) error probabilities on noisy channels with a reasonable amount of equipment." (preface)
Not often found in a nice dust jacket.