Mobile and Wireless Communications: An Introduction
McGraw-Hill Education (UK), Jun 1, 2006 - Social Science - 185 pages
Providing a succinct introduction to the field of mobile and wireless communications, this book addresses the social and economic implications of mobile and wireless technologies, such as the effects of the deregulation of telephone systems.
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Chapter 03 Going mobile
Chapter 04 Getting personal
Chapter 05 The multitask gadget
Chapter 06 Lets go surfing
Chapter 07 La guerre du sans fil
Chapter 08 Bandwidth bonanza
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