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fully updated throughout to address current and emerging technologies, standards, and protocols, wireless networks, third edition, explains wireless system design, high-speed voice and data transmission, internetworking protocols, and 4g convergence.
clint smith is the author of the narrative nonfiction book, how the word is passed: a reckoning with the history of slavery across america, which was a #1 new york times bestseller, winner of the national book critics circle award for nonfiction, the hillman prize for book journalism, the stowe prize and selected by the new york times as one of the 10 best books of 2021. he is also the author of the poetry collection counting descent, which won the 2017 literary award for best poetry book from the black caucus of the american library association and was a finalist for an naacp image award. his is a staff writer at the atlantic.
clint smith, p.e., is currently the cto for rivada networks and has extensive experience in all aspects of fixed and mobile wireless telecommunications, including senior management, system design, project management, budgeting, implementation, operations, and sales. he is the author of several books published by mcgraw-hill, including wireless network performance handbook, 3g wireless networks, and wireless telecommunications faqs. mr. smith has been awarded numerous patents related to wireless mobility and public safety. he also has specific design and operational experience with lte, cdma/1xrtt/evdo, gsm/gprs/edge, wcdma/hspa, tdma, iden, amps, lmds, wimax, wifi, microwave ptp, and public safety communications systems.
mobile networks are changing rapidly. as the industry transitions to 4g and beyond, you will need to master a new set of tools and techniques to design, install, and manage these networks. this book will help you understand the wireless devices that are used in modern networks, and how the devices interact with the radio and modem chips to send and receive voice and data. you will understand the fundamental characteristics of the wireless air interface, and the protocols that are used to communicate over the air. it will explain the standards that describe the interface and it will provide a clear picture of the spectrum that you will be using. this book is intended for technologists, engineers, and managers who are responsible for designing and implementing wireless systems, and for those who need to understand and configure wireless networks. this book will help you understand the hardware, protocols, technologies, and more to make sound decisions in the planning and operation of wireless networks.
wireless networks are the carriers of the 21st century. they are the transportation that connects the world, and all of the technology, applications, and devices that surround us. they are pervasive, complex, and essential. this is the first book to offer an understanding of the components of a wireless network: the hardware, the protocols, and the technologies. it explains the foundational technologies that are the basis for wireless networks today and will be the foundation of future networks. it introduces the terminology and standards that are used to describe wireless networks, and it provides a clear picture of the wireless networks that you will encounter in your career. this book is intended for technologists, engineers, and managers who are responsible for designing and implementing wireless systems, and for those who need to understand and configure wireless networks.