Mobile radio is one of the fastest growing areas in communications, and there is a constant need for technicians and managers who are conversant with the technology. Mobile Radio Technology explains the systems currently operating and those under development. The book gives an explanation suitable for students, technicians, managers and anyone who needs to know how mobile radio works.
Manufacturers' details are not given in this book, as they vary from company to company, but instead the principles involved and the different types of system available are described. The author has taken care to provide a practical hands-on text that will allow the reader to take away knowledge and put it to use instantly. Whether entering the field of mobile radio for the first time, or looking for extra background information, this book will be an invaluable guide.
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|Publisher:||Elsevier Science & Technology Books|
|Product dimensions:||6.07(w) x 9.23(h) x 0.63(d)|
Table of Contents
History; Electromagnetic waves; Modulation, noise and decibels; Amplifiers, negative feedback and oscillators; Transmitters; receivers; Mobile systems: satelites, digital systems, exchanges, networks, multiplexing; Aerials, transmission lines; Paging; Cellular systems: TACS, ETACS, GSM, PCN: Private Mobile Radio: trunking, Band III; Mobile data; Cordless telephones and telepoint.