Wireless A to Z

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McGraw-Hill, 2003 - Technology & Engineering - 541 pages
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Network Essentials guides consist of 100 3-5 page articles, heavily illustrated, covering the basic concepts, technologies, standards and protocols – everything you need to master the field. Wireless A to Z covers the key concepts and technologies of wireless and mobile communications. From traditional topics like CDMA and signal hand-offs to cutting edge mobile applications like WiFi and Bluetooth, this is a precise – and concise – quick look up reference to the industry

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Contents

AirGround Radiotelephone Service
8
Bridges
27
Cellular Voice Communications
48
Copyright

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Nathan J. Muller is an independent consultant specializing in telecommunications technology marketing, research, and education. A resident of Sterling, VA, he serves on the Editorial Board of the International Journal of Network Management, the Advisory Board of the American Alliance of Service Providers, and the Advisory Panel of Faulkner Information Services. Among his 21 books, he is the author of The Desktop Encyclopedia of Telecommunications and Network Manager’s Handbook.