Wireless Internet Crash Course
This text provides a crash course in the wireless Internet. WAP, SMS, i-mode, and Bluetooth are all compared and contrasted for their respective strengths and weaknesses, along with the existing and potential wireless markets. Other topics are mobile applications development languages and interoperability issues.
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HISTORY OF MODERN COMMUNICATIONS
Trends in NextGeneration Mobile Communications
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