Voice and Data Communications Handbook
Voice and data communications is a fast growing areas in communications and networking. A voice/data network supports both voice and data and does away with the need for a separate telephone wiring system. This book is a reference on the advances of networking and telecommunications technology. It takes a practical approach to using technologies. There is an introduction to concepts, followed by a discussion of implementation and finally a discussion of the applications used. Key features include: material on high-speed broadband services such as XDSL and CATV; material on security, including VPNs, remote access and mobility; coverage of Voice over IP and voice over data services; material on DWDM and fibreoptice; and coverage of Wireless, including uG, WAP and Wireless LANs."
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