This second edition includes most of the material from the first edition, plus new discussions about the ultra-fast mobile telephone standard High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) and the Ultra Wideband (UWB) technology. Other topics include mobile voice and entertainment, new backup systems, and changes to DSL technologies.
The book addresses the planning, construction, and day-to-day operation of a standards-based broadband wireless network. It examines the advantages of broadband wireless and how it constitutes an ideal solution. It also explains the unique difficulties, challenges, and limitations of broadband wireless.
This book illustrates how to plan and run networks, and indicates which specialized services should be secured. You’ll learn how to plan a successful, profitable broadband wireless network in a short amount of time.
About the Author
Daniel Sweeney has established his credibility as a networking guru beginning with his recognition of two book-length written analyst reports:"Wi-Fi Hotspot Opportunities (2003) for Forward Concepts and Godboxes: Multiservice Switching Platforms in the Metro (2003) for Information Gatekeepers Group. Daniel also wrote Demystifying the Compact Disc, published by TAB Books in 1986.
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