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In addition, unsolved problems are given at the end of each chapter for practice. After introducing fundamental concepts, the book focuses on mobile networking aspects with several chapters devoted to the discussion of WPAN, WLAN, WWAN, and other aspects of mobile communications such as mobility management, security, and cellular network planning.
Preface xxvii Most of the books in wireless communications and networking appear to ignore the standard activities in the field.
I feel students in wireless networking must be exposed to various standard activities. This feature of the book is also very beneficial to the professionals who wish to know about a particular standard without going through the voluminous material on that standard. A unique feature of this book that is missing in most of the available books on wireless communications and networking is to offer a balance between theoretical and practical concepts.
This book can be used to teach two semester courses in mobile data networking and mobile communications to ECE and CS students. The first course — Introduction to Wireless Communications and Networking can be offered to senior undergraduate and first year graduate students.
This should include first fourteen chapters. The second course — Wireless Data Networking should include Chapters 15 through The first course should be a pre-requisite to the second course. The student should be given homework, two examinations, and a project to complete each course. In addition, this book can also be used to teach a comprehensive course in Wireless Data Networking to IT professionals by using Chapters 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 11, 15, 16, and 18 to During the preparation of this manuscript my family members were very supportive.
I would like to thank my children, Nina, Meena, and Ravi. Also, I appreciate the support given by my wife, Pushpa. In addition, I appreciate the support of the reviewers, Elaine Cheong, Frank Farrante, and Pei Zhang in providing valuable comments on the manuscript.
Finally, I am thankful of Rachel Roumeliotis for coordinating the reviews of the manuscript. Vijay K. Radio and television systems typically operate at maximum power and with the tallest antennas allowed by the regulatory agency of the country. In the cellular system, the service area is divided into cells. A transmitter is designed to serve an individual cell. The system seeks to make efficient use of available channels by using low-power transmitters to allow frequency reuse at much smaller distances.
Maximizing the number of times each channel can be reused in a given geographic area is the key to an efficient cellular system design.
During the past three decades, the world has seen significant changes in the telecommunications industry.
There have been some remarkable aspects to the rapid growth in wireless communications, as seen by the large expansion in mobile systems.
Wireless systems consist of wireless wide-area networks WWAN [i. The handsets used in all of these systems possess complex functionality, yet they have become small, lowpower consuming devices that are mass produced at a low cost, which has in turn accelerated their widespread use. The recent advancements in Internet technology have increased network traffic considerably, resulting in a rapid growth of data rates. This phenomenon has also had an impact on mobile systems, resulting in the extraordinary growth of the mobile Internet.
Wireless data offerings are now evolving to suit consumers due to the simple reason that the Internet has become an everyday tool and users demand data mobility. While success has been concentrated in vertical markets such as public safety, health care, and transportation, the horizontal market i.The Morgan Kaufmann Series in Networking.
Ad Hoc Networks. Since then, wireless technologies have undergone significant changes; new and innovative techniques have been introduced, the focus of wireless communications is increasingly changing from mobile voice applications to mobile data and multimedia applications.
Our data suggests a reciprocal relationship in the generation of pathogenic Th-. Finally, I am thankful of Rachel Roumeliotis for coordinating the reviews of the manuscript. In this chapter, we discuss briefly 1G, 2G, 2. Robin Heydon.
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