Smart Phone and Next Generation Mobile Computing
This in-depth technical guide is an essential resource for anyone involved in the development of “smart mobile wireless technology, including devices, infrastructure, and applications. Written by researchers active in both academic and industry settings, it offers both a big-picture introduction to the topic and detailed insights into the technical details underlying all of the key trends. Smart Phone and Next-Generation Mobile Computing shows you how the field has evolved, its real and potential current capabilities, and the issues affecting its future direction. It lays a solid foundation for the decisions you face in your work, whether you’re a manager, engineer, designer, or entrepreneur.
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3 Supporting Wireless Technologies
4 Mobile Terminal Platforms
5 Mobile Networking Challenges
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