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Broadband Fixed Wireless Networks (Standards & protocols) download ebook

by Neil P. Reid

Broadband Fixed Wireless Networks (Standards & protocols) download ebook
ISBN:
007213366X
ISBN13:
978-0072133660
Author:
Neil P. Reid
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Companies; 1st edition (October 29, 2001)
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412 pages
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Learn to deploy and implement fixed wireless networks with help from one of the industry's leading authorities and wireless solutions engineer, Neil Reid

Learn to deploy and implement fixed wireless networks with help from one of the industry's leading authorities and wireless solutions engineer, Neil Reid. This practical resource contains a wealth of information on everything from networking fundamentals to security issues and FCC standards. You'll learn about business and market strategies, and how fixed wireless compares with other broadband solutions - including fiber

Broadband Fixed Wireless Networks book .

Broadband Fixed Wireless Networks book. The book also provides vendor coverage to help readers identify the solutions they should consider including Cisco, Lucnet and Nortel. It also discusses the IP protocol, why its important, and implementation using fixed IP wireless.

Wireless Networking Protocols. On the Internet, the set of communications protocols used is called TCP/IP. Another well-known wireless standard is Bluetooth

Wireless Networking Protocols. TCP/IP is actually a collection of various protocols that each have their own special function or purpose. Another well-known wireless standard is Bluetooth. Bluetooth devices transmit at relatively low power and have a range of only 30 feet or so. Bluetooth networks also use the unregulated . GHz frequency range and are limited to a maximum of eight connected devices. The maximum transmission speed only goes to 1 Mbps. There are many other standards being developed and introduced in this exploding wireless networking field.

Networking Standards & Protocols. Neil Reid is a Solutions Engineer for 80. 1 and fixed wireless systems at Cisco Systems. He has worldwide responsibilities for Systems Engineers engaged in network solutions that use various types of wireless technologies for Cisco Systems, Inc. He is an expert in wireless hardware and software including 80. 1, . GHz ETSI radios, MMDS, LMDS Millimeter wave radios and UNII broadband fixed wireless systems, optical and storage networks and general enterprise and service provider internals. Neil released Broadband Fixed Wireless Networks, (Osborne/McGraw-Hill) in December 2001.

The term comprises both fixed and mobile broadband.

Each cell in such networks is divided into multiple sectors, each of them served by a sector antenna co-located with the base station (BS), and user terminals also use directional antennas mounted on the roof top of homes or small offices and pointed to their respective BS antennas.

Broadband Fixed Wireless - PowerPoint PPT Presentation. Broadband Fixed Wireless. Spectrum Availability.

Functions to support higher layer handoff between base stations or sectors are specified. Operation is limited to licensed bands suitable for fixed/mobile use below 6 GHz.

Neil Reid Principle Neil Reid & Associates ww. rawireless. Mr. Reid has been in high technology since the early 1980s' and has been in the licensed and unlicensed wireless technology industry since the early 1990's. The CCxx type certification has long been considered the world standard for network engineers. He has successfully developed not only the network architectures, but also highly complex engagement sequences for some of the largest WLAN's in the world including the nuclear power generation industry, heavy manufacturing, healthcare, education, and numerous stadiums.

D Summary of Wireless Standards. WiMAX is an emerging broadband wireless technology based on the IEEE 80. 6 standard. 554. Cellular Phone Standards . AMPS was deployed worldwide in the 1980’s and remains the only cellular service in some of these areas, including some rural parts of the . Many of the rst generation cellular systems in Europe were incompatible, and the Europeans quickly con-verged on a uniform standard for second generation (2G) digital systems called GSM 1. The GSM standard uses a combination of TDMA and slow frequency hopping with frequency-shift keying for the voice modulation.

This guide provides a step-by-step approach to using fixed IP wireless with VPNs (Virtual Private Networks) and WLANs (Wireless LANS). The book also provides vendor coverage to help readers identify the solutions they should consider including Cisco, Lucnet and Nortel. It also discusses the IP protocol, why its important, and implementation using fixed IP wireless.