The Froehlich/Kent Encyclopedia of Telecommunications: Volume 2 - Batteries to Codes-Telecommunications

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CRC Press, Jun 21, 1991 - Technology & Engineering - 536 pages
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"The only continuing source that helps users analyze, plan, design, evaluate, and manage integrated telecommunications networks, systems, and services, The Froehlich/Kent Encyclopedia of Telecommunications presents both basic and technologically advanced knowledge in the field. An ideal reference source for both newcomers as well as seasoned specialists, the Encyclopedia covers seven key areas--Terminals and Interfaces; Transmission; Switching, Routing, and Flow Control; Networks and Network Control; Communications Software and Protocols; Network and system Management; and Components and Processes."
  

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Contents

Baudot Jean Maurice Emile
31
Bell Atlantic Corporation
45
Bell Communications Research Inc Bellcore
57
Bell Laboratories See ATT Bell Laboratories
64
BellSouth Corporation
87
Benefit Analysis Environment for Telecommunications
93
EIA232D Standard
113
Black Harold Stephen
125
Capacity Assignment and Routing in Computer Networks
249
B Radio See Citizens Band CB Radio Communication
279
Cellular Radio Central Office Technology
289
Cellular Radio Network System Design
301
Cellular Radio Spectrum and Associated Regulatory Matters
315
Cellular Radio Subscriber Products
325
Central Office Telephony
333
Centrex
385

Brattain Walter H
131
Business Telephone System Architecture See Architecture
152
Cable Television
161
Telecommunications and the Integrated
177
Call Processing in Telephony
199
Campbell George Ashley
241
Children and Television
391
Circuit Analysis
399
Citizens Band CB Radio Communication
445
CodesTelecommunications
505
Claude A R Kagan
525
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Allen Kent is the pen name of Kent A. Farnsworth to distinguish his novels from his academic writing. Kent was born in Walter Reed Hospital in Washington DC, but has lived west of the Mississippi since his family moved to California when he was less than a year old. Four years of his life were spent in Iran and England, and he has traveled extensively in Europe, the Middle East and Southeast Asia - experiences that are reflected in both his fiction and non-fiction work. His career experiences include five years as a pilot in the U.S. Air Force, employment with one of the nation's leading semi-conductor industries, presidency of a community college, and a university professorship. In addition to his writing, he now works as a consultant/coach for a number of colleges across the United States. He and his wife Holly are avid travelers, gardeners, and conservationists, and live in an eco-friendly home in rural southwest Missouri.

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