AD HOC NETWORKS: Technologies and Protocols Wireless mobile networks and devices are becoming increasingly popular as
they provide users access to information and communication anytime and anywhere.
Conventional wireless mobile communications are usually supported
by a wired fixed infrastructure. A mobile device would use a single-hop wireless
radio communication to...
Professional Java, JDK 5 Edition Java continues to be the dominant language for building server applications, and the latest update to the Java platform—JDK 5—boasts many new features, including a metadata facility, generics, autoboxing, and improved user interface performance. Building upon Ivor Horton's Beginning Java, this book provides insight into these... mm-Wave Silicon Technology: 60 GHz and Beyond (Integrated Circuits and Systems)
This book compiles and presents the research results from the past five years in mm-wave Silicon circuits. This area has received a great deal of interest from the research community including several university and research groups. The book covers device modeling, circuit building blocks, phased array systems, and antennas and packaging. It...
Pro Windows Phone App Development (Professional Apress)
Windows Phone, updated in Windows Phone 7.5, presents an exciting opportunity for developers to
build and monetize mobile applications. It represents a major new investment into mobile computing
by Microsoft, and in many ways is a major break from the past. To build applications for Windows
Phone, it is important to understand its... Learning Wireless Java "Learning Wireless Java" is for Java developers who want to quickly come up to speed and create applications for the Micro Edition audience. This book covers the Connected, Limited Device Configuration and the Mobile Information Device Profile (MIDP), both currently available from Javasoft. The CLDC contains APIs for small devices that...
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