WiMAX Handbook (McGraw-Hill Communications) Get a thorough introduction to WiMAX--the revolutionary new 802.16 IEEE standard for point-to-point and point-to-multipoint wireless broadband access. Written by networking expert Frank Ohrtman, this detailed guide annotates the 802.16 specification and explains how to design and build a robust, reliable, and secure WiMAX network that takes full... VoIP Handbook: Applications, Technologies, Reliability, and Security The number of worldwide VoIP customers is well over 38 million and thanks to popularity of inexpensive, high quality services such as skype is projected to increase to nearly 250 million within the next three years. The future of voice transport has officially arrived.
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Computational Intelligence in Telecommunications Networks
Telecommunications has evolved and grown at an explosive rate in recent years and will undoubtedly continue to do so. As its functions, applications, and technology grow, it becomes increasingly complex and difficult, if not impossible, to meet the demands of a global network using conventional computing technologies. Computational...
Stochastic Network Calculus (Computer Communications and Networks) Network calculus, a theory dealing with queuing systems found in computer networks, focuses on performance guarantees. The development of an information theory for stochastic service-guarantee analysis has been identified as a grand challenge for future networking research. Towards that end, stochastic network calculus, the probabilistic version or... Windows XP Networking
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Deploying, managing, or supporting networks with Windows XP clients? Here's all the information you need to maximize reliability, security, and performance... and minimize hassles and aggravation!...
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