Wireless A to Z by Nathan J. MullerWireless A to Z by Nathan J. Muller

Wireless A to Z

byNathan J. Muller

Paperback | December 24, 2002

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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
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 Faul...
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Title:Wireless A to ZFormat:PaperbackDimensions:541 pages, 7.9 × 5 × 1.43 inPublished:December 24, 2002Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0071410880

ISBN - 13:9780071410885

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Table of Contents

A

Access Points

Advanced Mobile Phone Service

Air-Ground Radiotelephone Service

Amateur Radio Service

B

Basic Exchange Telephone Radio Service

Bluetooth

Bridges

C

Cell Sites

Cellular Data Communications

Cellular Telephone

Cellular Voice Communications

Citizens Band Radio Service

Code Division Multiple Access

Competitive Local Exchange Carriers

Cordless Telecommunications

D

Data Compression

Decibel

Digitally Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications

Direct Broadcast Satellite

E

Enhanced Data Rates for Global Evolution

F

Family Radio Service

Federal Communications Commission

Fixed Wireless Access

Fraud Management Systems

Frequency Division Multiple Access

G

Global Maritime Distress and Safety System

General Mobile Radio Service

General Packet Radio Service

Global System for Mobile (GSM) Telecommunications

H

Hertz

Home Radio-Frequency (RF) Networks

I

i-Mode

Incumbent Local Exchange Carriers

Infrared Networking

Integrated Digital Enhanced Network

Interactive Television

Interactive Video and Data Service

Interexchange Carriers

International Mobile Telecommunications

L

Laser Transmission

Local Multipoint Distribution Service

Low-Power FM Radio Service

Low-Power Radio Service

M

Maritime Mobile Service

Microwave Communications

Mobile Telephone Switching Office

Multichannel Multipoint Distribution Service

Multichannel Video Distribution and Data Service

O

Over-the-Air Service Activation

P

Paging

PCS 1900

Peer-to-Peer Networks

Personal Access Communications Systems

Personal Air Communications Technology

Personal Communications Services

Personal Digital Assistants

Personal Handyphone System

Private Land Mobile Radio Services

R

Radio Communication Interception

Remote Monitoring

Repeaters

Routers

Rural Radiotelephone Service

S

Satellite Communications

Short Messaging Service

Software-Defined Radio

Specialized Mobile Radio

Spectrum Auctions

Spectrum Planning

Spread-Spectrum Radio

T

Telegraphy

Telemetry

Time Division Multiple Access

U

Ultra Wideband

Universal Mobile Telephone Service

V

Voice Cloning

Voice Compression

W

Wired Equivalent Privacy

Wireless E911

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Muller, an industry consultant, has written a clear, thorough guide that explains wireless technology in approximately 100 entries. The entries are devoted to subjects that include laser transmission, specialized mobile radio, 3G, WiFi, Bluetooth, CDMA, and fraud management systems. The volume's intended audience is business owners who are using or preparing to use wireless, although Muller doesn't tone down the technical details that are necessary to fully understand each topic. The entries consist of a substantial text, several pages in length, with b&w photos, diagrams when needed, a summary, and cross-references to related topics. A full list of acronyms is included.