WiMax Operator's Manual: Building 802.16 Wireless Networks

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Apress, Jul 6, 2004 - Computers - 256 pages

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.

Author Daniel Sweeney explains planning, construction, and day-to-day operations of a standards-based broadband network. He discusses the many advantages of broadband wireless, and summarizes its unique difficulties, challenges, and limitations. After reading WiMax Operator's Manual, you will possess a skill set for successfully planning and managing networks.

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About the author (2004)

Daniel Sweeney has established his credibility as a networking guru beginning with his recognition of two book-length written analyst reports:"Wi-Fi Hotspot Opportunities (2003) for Forward Concepts and Godboxes: Multiservice Switching Platforms in the Metro (2003) for Information Gatekeepers Group. Daniel also wrote Demystifying the Compact Disc, published by TAB Books in 1986.

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