Author: Kaveh Pahlavan
Posted on 2008-02-26, updated at 2013-03-21, by aalirez.
- Author: Kaveh Pahlavan
A unified foundation for understanding and building any wireless network.
- A true systems approach to wireless networking
- Air interference design and network operation
- Planning, mobility management, radio resources, power management, and security
- 3G, WLANs, HIPERLAN, WATM, Bluetooth, WPAN, OFDM, UWB, wireless geolocation, and more
This is the first book to present a unified common foundation for understanding and building any contemporary wireless network, voice or data—from PCS to wireless LANs, Bluetooth to IMT-2000 3G. Using extensive practical examples, Kaveh Pahlavan and Prashant Krishnamurthy present a true systems approach, illuminating the principles, commonalities, key differences, and specific implementation issues associated with virtually every leading wireless system. Coverage includes:
- Air interference design: wireless medium characteristics, media access, and an exceptionally thorough discussion of physical layer issues
- Wireless network operation: planning, mobility management, radio resources, power management, and security
- Implementation of cellular telephone and mobile data networks based on CDMA, TDMA, and GSM
- Key wideband local access technologies: IEEE 802.11 WLANs, HIPERLAN, and connection-based voice-oriented WATM
- Emerging OFDM and Ultrawideband (UWB) technologies
- Ad hoc networking, Bluetooth, and WPAN
- Wireless geolocation and indoor positioning techniques and systems
- The most detailed discussions of channel characteristics and deployment tools available in any book
Whether you're an electrical engineer, telecommunications/networking specialist, or software professional, Principles of Wireless Networks brings together the insights and techniques you need to begin building any wireless system.
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