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Few industries offer as many bewildering terms and acronyms as telecom. But few industries have a book as remarkable as Newton’s Telecom Dictionary. Harry Newton’s done everything, knows everything, and can explain all of it. His unique sense of humor actually makes this stuff fun. And he’s kept on keepin’ on, through divestiture, deregulation, dot-coms, and now 21 annual editions.
Whatever you want/need to know, it’s here: wireless, Internet, broadband, VoIP, GPS, RFID, even the money side of telecom (Among other things, Newton’s now a venture capitalist). You’ll find 22,000-plus definitions. And many of them go way beyond what you’d expect, telling why things work the way they do (or why they don’t work the way they ought). Whether you’re a telecom engineer, a marketer, or “just” a customer, Harry’s written your one indispensable reference. Again. Bill Camarda, from the April 2005 Read Only