The Basics of Telecommunications (2002) International Engineering Consortium

ISBN: 9780933217843

Published: January 1st 2002

Paperback

421 pages


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The Basics of Telecommunications (2002)  by  International Engineering Consortium

The Basics of Telecommunications (2002) by International Engineering Consortium
January 1st 2002 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 421 pages | ISBN: 9780933217843 | 3.18 Mb

The telecommunications industry is one of the worlds most complex, a labyrinth-like amalgamation of technologies and systems-some compatible, some not-that make possible efficient transmissions of voice and data around the world. Just as it would beMoreThe telecommunications industry is one of the worlds most complex, a labyrinth-like amalgamation of technologies and systems-some compatible, some not-that make possible efficient transmissions of voice and data around the world.

Just as it would be impossible to build a house without a solid foundation, so too would it be impossible to fully understand the myriad, highly technical technologies that abound in the telecommunications industry without a solid knowledge base. Equally as difficult as understanding how these technologies work is grasping how they work together to make data-centric communications and information exchange possible. The Basics of Telecommunications provides the foundation upon which all future understanding of the industry will be built.

The fifth edition of this best-selling handbook has been newly updated to reflect the industrys latest advancements and current trends and covers all major information-industry technologies, including asymmetric digital subscriber line (ADSL), cable modems, fiber-optic technology, synchronous optical networks (SONETs), asynchronous transfer mode (ATM), optical networks, intelligent networks, voice over Internet protocol (VoIP), Internet telephony, and mobile communications.

It also covers a wide variety of related topics, including operations support systems (OSSs), virtual private networks (VPNs), digital technology, and Internet access. In addition, all-new tutorials have been added to the volume on multiprotocol label switching (MPLS), softswitch-based networks, converged networks, packet voice, orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM), smart antennas, 802.11 wireless local-area network (LAN) security, and unified messaging. In short, The Basics of Telecommunications offers a concise yet rich examination and definition of the key technologies and systems that comprise the backbone of telecommunications worldwide.



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