Digital cellular systems based on spread spectrum technology known as CDMA were deployed and implemented according to IS-95 in 1993. Introduction to CDMA Wireless Communications provides us highly detailed and depth of the present theories, international standards, system design, and cutting edge research in the CDMA wireless technologies. Most of the currently CDMA books target readers are wireless engineer at telecommunication industry, but this book focus reader are lecturer of digital and wireless communications, senior undergraduate and master of Telecommunication College, or graduate engineer who want to improve experience. This book gives us clear description about principle of spread spectrum and applications, evolutions of cdma2000, development of the 3G WCDMA for HSDPA and HSUPA. Besides that, this book provides us worked examples, exercises and practical session with Matlab based.
Dr Mosa Ali Abu-Rgheff, he is a member of Centre for Security, Communications and Networks Research at University of Plymounth. His interest is about wireless communication and he was wrote many journal papers for IEEE.
Hardcover: 632 pages
Publisher: Academic Press (September 24, 2007)
Product Dimensions: 9.7 x 7 x 1.5 inches
Shipping Weight: 2.8 pounds
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Until today, the most widely deployed broadband solutions are cable modem and digital subscriber line, but these solutions have a bandwidth limit to carry services such interactive gaming or video on demand. PONs (Passive Optical Networks) have been considered as a new solutions for access networks technology. There are several standardization for PON based access such ATM based PON (APON and BPON), gigabit capable PON (GPON), and EPON (Ethernet Passive Optical Network).
This book will cover Ethernet Passive Optical Networks, standardization by IEEE 802.3ah. This is the definitive guide to EPON, where this book will explain the EPON architecture, addressing efficiency, implementations issues and analyze performance. This book will give us overview of access networks and PON, enabling technologies, point to point emulation, multipoint control, QoS in EPON and many technologies related to EPON. The reader of this book should be network access engineer or convergence network architect, even telecommunications professional who like to gain understanding of cutting edge technology.
Glen Kramer is a system architect for Teknovus, Inc. and the founder of EPON forum. He is past editor of the Ethernet Passive Optical Networks protocol clause in the IEEE 802.3ah.
Hardcover: 307 pages
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional; 1 edition (March 1, 2005)
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The networking industry growing quickly and we know MPLS successfully expanding further into enterprise networks. The success of MPLS is undoubtedly a result of the fact that is enables the network to carry all kinds of traffic, ranging from IP traffic to Voice over IP (VoIP) traffic to Layer 2 traffic. Given the fact that MPLS is IP base and the internet is IP based technology too, it seems that the future of MPLS is ensured for quite a while come. So MPLS Fundamentals has a purpose to make network engineer a qualified MPLS network engineer. This book starts by cover the fundamentals of MPLS, next the theory and principles of MPLS. Why MPLS so popular? This books will answer it includes reviews the different MPLS application such MPLS VPN, MPLS Traffic Engineering, carrying IPv6 over MPLS, VPLS, AToM and MPLS OAM. The reader will get a comprehensive overview all aspect of MPLS including its application, troubleshooting, the building block and perspective of the future of MPLS.
Luc De Ghein, CCIE no. 1897 is an escalation engineer for Cisco System in EMEA. He provides escalation support to Cisco engineers worldwide and teaches others about IP routing protocols and MPLS technologies.
Paperback: 672 pages
Publisher: Cisco Press; 1 edition (December 1, 2006)
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Internet is going to continue growing, especially since the demands for wireless media growing too. Wireless Internet Telecommunications book provides us a comprehensive learning of the technology and architecture that used today or maybe still use for the future. This book can be a good guide to learn how wireless internet work, from the systematically addressing of each technology to how to fit it together. The content of this book is about introduction of internet, wireless networks, multimedia over IP, Session Initiation Protocol, mobility management, Quality of Service, network security, Ipv6, service, application, evolution from gsm to umts, IP multimedia subsystem, and 4g as future possibilities. The target of this book is network architects, system engineer and network software engineers and can be helpful for student in electrical, computer science, and telecommunication interested about wireless technology.
K. Daniel Wong, M.Sc and Ph.D in electrical engineering from Standford University. He has been a research scientist about wireless communications systems at Telcordia Technologies in New Jersey since 1998. He is a Senior Member of the IEEE and has published paper and tutorials in various IEEE event.
Hardcover: 232 pages
Publisher: Artech House Publishers (December 30, 2004)
Product Dimensions: 10.1 x 7 x 0.8 inches
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This book gives us different perspective about connection oriented networks. The essential to learn of current and future networking is knowledge about modern connection oriented networks. Who work in telecommunication industry and academia always find circuit switched and packet switched, and this book suitable because this book can be as comprehensive guide to connection-oriented packet switched and circuit switched. This book give us example connection like an ATM connection, an MPLS connection, a telephone connection, and a wavelength routing optical network connection, so this book still useful for newbie in telecommunication networks. There is inclusive coverage of SONET-SDH, MPLS, ATM, access network, optical networks, and voice over ATM and MPLS.
Harry G. Perros is a Professor of Computer Science at NC State University. In 1995, he founded the IFIP Working Group 6.3 on the Performance of Communication Systems. His current research interests are in the area of optical networks.
Hardcover: 356 pages
Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (May 6, 2005)
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