This comprehensive guide provides both a substantial engineering and a business background to wireless developers, and covers numerous facets of wireless web software geared toward today's mobile platforms and mobile devices.
This second edition includes most of the material from the first edition, plus new discussions about the ultra-fast mobile telephone standard High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) and the Ultra Wideband (UWB) technology. Other topics include mobile voice and entertainment, new backup systems, and changes to DSL technologies.
If you are a primary decision-maker about the design and implementation of an 802.16-based wireless public network, then this is the book for you! This manual steers you in architecting and operating a network with wireless, "last mile" access. This thorough book discusses all layers of the network, as well as management and administration.
An easily accessible but detailed book making it easy for beginners to experienced engineers to get the lowdown on the latest policies, practices, tools, and technologies available in the field of information security.
Almost every Arduino hacker or maker attempts progressively more complex projects. Catering to this curiosity and yen for advancement with Practical Arduino Engineering, Harold Timmis explains and helps to implement sound engineering principles, making them accessible to those who would prefer to build things rather than attend college.
Specific operational requirements drive early network architectural and design decisions for 4G networks. 4G: Deployment Strategies and Operational Implications evaluates the specific design and deployment options and strategies for LTE network business development.