Wireless Communications & Networking This book provides comprehensive coverage of mobile data networking and mobile communications under a single cover for diverse audiences including managers, practicing engineers, and students who need to understand this industry. In the last two decades, many books have been written on the subject of wireless communications and networking. However,... Mobile Internet: Enabling Technologies and Services The migration of the most common Internet services to a mobile environment has long been an evolving
demand of both business and consumer markets. The ability to be connected to the Internet while on
the go and to benefit from using such applications as e-mail, instant messaging, audio and video
streaming, Web browsing, and...
The Business Case for Enterprise-Class Wireless LANs
A comprehensive guide to analyzing the business rationale for WLANs
Evaluate the business rationale behind the deployment of WLANs, including return on investment (ROI), net present value, payback period, and total cost of ownership
Convergence of Mobile and Stationary Next-Generation Networks
The optical networking technology that suffered in the post - dot - com crash
several years ago has since recovered and is once again poised for rapid growth
due to the exhaustion of available bandwidth. Today, photonics networks transport
Internet data over large distances in long - haul and metropolitan networks.
Optimizing and Testing WLANs As WLANs (Wireless Local Area Networks) become increasingly common, its becoming vital to be able to test them for proper performance and to optimize their operation. This book, written by a member of the IEEE committee that develops WLAN standards, is the first book addressing that need. It covers test equipment and methods for the RF (wireless)...
Secure Roaming in 802.11 Networks (Communications Engineering) WLAN users want to remain connected to the network as they move from place to place in an office building, airport, library, etc. But the original 802.11 standard was not designed to support roaming. However, enhancements to the 802.11 now make it possible to add reliable, secure roaming capabilities to any 802.11-based WLAN. This thorough guide... WLANs and WPANs towards 4G Wireless This book paves the path toward fourth generation (4G) mobile communication
by introducing mobility in heterogeneous IP networks with both third
generation (3G) and wireless local area networks (WLANs), which is seen as
one of the central issues in the becoming 4G of telecommunications networks
and systems. This book presents a...
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