Third Generation Communication Systems: Future Developments and Advanced Topics (Paperback)Jian-Guo Ma (editor)
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Beside technological issues, this book discusses the administrative and industrial aspects of third generation mobile communications. The authors emphasize existing problems and propose solutions. They provide the most comprehensive and topical information on 3G mobile communications currently available.
As the first wave of third-generation communication devices arrives, technological and societal effects will be widespread. The ability to communicate via hand-held devices voice, data, and video raises many challenges and questions. Beside detailed looks at technological issues, from the system protocol to implementation technologies, this book discusses the administrative and industrial aspects of third-generation mobile communications. The authors emphasize existing problems and propose solutions. They seek to provide the most comprehensive and topical information on 3G mobile communications currently available. Chapters offer an overview of wireless technology and terminology, protocols for mobility management, the safety of radio-frequency energy, WLAN (wireless local area networks), multiple access schemes, and microwave photonics. It is intended as an introduction and reference for engineers entering the field of wireless communications.
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. KG
Number of pages: 236
Weight: 385 g
Dimensions: 235 x 155 x 13 mm
Edition: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 200
From the reviews:
"The topics of this book are covered in a relatively basic manner in order to address the trends and advanced developments in wireless technologies. ... we can say that this interesting book provides detailed information and backgrounds of future developments and advanced topics of 3G mobile communication systems from the system protocol to the implementation technologies. This book can be used as a reference both for engineers involved in wireless communications and the other communication specialists ... ." (Ing. Jaroslav Vesely, Neural Network World, Vol. 14 (6), 2004)