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by Jan A. Audestad

Technologies and Systems for Access and Transport Networks (Artech House Mobile Communications) download ebook
Jan A. Audestad
Artech House; 1 edition (October 31, 2007)
330 pages
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Jan A. Audestad is senior advisor at Telenor, a leading provider of communication services and one of the world's largest mobile operators. Series: Artech House Mobile Communications. Hardcover: 330 pages.

Jan A. He is also adjunct professor at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology and Gjovik University College.

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ISBN 10: 1596932996 ISBN 13: 9781596932999. Publisher: Artech House, 2007.

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Hardcover, 330 pages. Published November 1st 2007 by Artech House Publishers.

Most telecom books explore a specific system or technology, like GSM or ATM, and quickly go out of date. Not this one-it's the first volume that focuses on core technologies at the heart of every system, showing engineers how to apply, reuse, and enhance these building blocks from one generation of networks to the next. Hardcover, 330 pages.

ISBN 13: 9781596932999.

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Take command of core technologies at the heart of all telecommunications systems with the first book expressly designed to help you apply, reuse, and enhance building-block components from one generation of networks to the next. This unique problem-solver unravels the complexities behind such technologies as synchronization, multiple access, switching, and optics to help you tackle design challenges and optimize performance no matter what the system GSM, 3G, ATM, WLAN, computer networking, satellite systems, and beyond and pave the way to next-generation advances of your own. An indispensable reference, solutions kit, and idea book wrapped up in one, this workbench resource reviews today s networks and addresses problems like heterogeneity and backward compatibility. Moreover, it explores synchronization and phase-locked loops (PLLs) and their applications in digital networks, as well as multiplexing methods and techniques used in multiple access and random access. You get details on switching systems and routing in ISDNs, ATMs, and the internet, along with protocol theory, signaling systems, and data transfer protocols. Other key topics include public land mobile systems, line-of-sight radio systems, and optical communication system components.