GPRS and 3G Wireless Applications: Professional Developer's Guide

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John Wiley & Sons, Mar 14, 2002 - Technology & Engineering - 352 pages
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To ensure competitive advantage for their companies in wireless product development, developers need to understand how wireless technologies work, what impact they have on applications being developed, and how to use them to optimize products for success in the marketplace. Designed to answer these and other wireless development questions, this unique handbook explores how a host of relevant technologies work together with the new worldwide standards for wireless technologies--General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) and Third Generation (3G). Leading expert Christoffer Andersson clearly explains how GPRS and 3G control the mobile environment, then goes on to describe how the emerging radio technology of Bluetooth fits in with WAP and Java, how wireless applications work with HTTP and TCP/IP on the Internet, and how to create "always-on" wireless applications.
 

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Contents

Part One The Mobile Networks
1
Part Two Optimizing the Transmission
105
Part Three Applications and Their Environments
179
Acronym List
299
Index
303
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CHRISTOFFER ANDERSSON is Senior Specialist and Manager of Special Projects for Terminals & Applications 2G/3G at Ericsson. He served as Head of Technology for Ericsson's Mobile Applications Initiative (formerly GPRS Applications Alliance), helping application developers-including such industry giants as Microsoft, IBM, and Oracle-to optimize their products for wireless environments. Andersson is a frequent speaker for Ericsson at major events, has designed software and radio network algorithms for 3G wireless systems, and holds multiple patents in this area.
ERICSSON is a world leader in mobile Internet. With more than 100,000 employees and for 125 years, its vast wealth of accumulated knowledge has spread to more than 140 countries.

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