Mobile and Wireless Communications: An Introduction

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McGraw-Hill International, 2006 - Electrical engineering - 170 pages
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The mobile information society has revolutionised the way we work, communicate and socialise. Mobile phones, wireless free communication and associated technologies such as WANs, LANs, and PANs, cellular networks, SMS, 3G, Bluetooth, Blackberry and WiFi are seen as the driving force of the advanced society. The roots of today's explosion in wireless technology can be traced back to the deregulation of AT&T in the US and the Post Office and British Telecom in the UK, as well as Nokia's groundbreaking approach to the design and marketing of the mobile phone. Providing a succinct introduction to.
  

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Contents

Chapter 02
5
Chapter 03
22
Chapter 04
39
Chapter 05
62
Chapter 06
82
Chapter 07
96
Chapter 08
110
Chapter 09
123
Notes
140
Glossary
148
Bibliography
156
Index
161
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