The Irwin Handbook of Telecommunications, 5E

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McGraw Hill Professional, 2006 - Business & Economics - 770 pages
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The standard telecom industry reference with more than $2.5 million in revenue, is now fully updated and revised for easy reference

Since the fourth edition of The Irwin Handbook of Telecommunications was published in 2000, wireless communications, high-profile mergers, broadband, Ethernet, and more have transformed the telecom industry. In this comprehensively revised and updated fifth edition, veteran telecom authority James Harry Green helps you understand the new concerns regarding wireless networks and security, covers new wiring standards and changes to the National Electric Code, evolving Ethernet and Local Area Network (LAN) standards, the transition toward converged voice and data, and much more.

“Without a doubt, this is the best book ever written on telecom management.” —Teleconnect Library

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A Short History of the Internet
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Copyright

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About the author (2006)

James Harry Green is a veteran telecommunications consultant and author, with decades of hands-on experience in network planning, design, and management services in voice networks, data networks, and call center systems. Green is the author of a number of books and articles and books on telecommunications, including The Irwin Handbook of Telecommunications Management. He can be contacted at http://www.pacific-netcom.biz.

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