Book: Mobile Telecommunications Protocols for Data Networks
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Technology has changed our lives and the way we see the world. The growing use of mobile technologies in phones, computers and everyday applications has fuelled the demand for efficient connectivity, irrespective of the location of the device. This connectivity has to be provided by various different networks and protocols that guarantee the smooth functioning of mobile networks.
Mobile Telecommunications Protocols for Data Networks proposes a comprehensive methodology for mobile communications. The author covers the entire spectrum of lower and upper layer protocols for the design and evaluation of modern mobile telecommunications systems, including related aspects of applications, networking, and transmission.
Presenting a real applications-oriented approach to solving networking problems, this excellent tutorial features:
recent advances in mobile telecommunications, their protocols and management
analysis of architecture and design issues in mobile communications and networks
coverage of mobile agents, access networks, wireless Local Area Networks, XML, RDF, and CC/PP, Routing Protocols for Mobile and Wireless Networks & handoff
wireless applications: wireless protocols and network architecture
many figures and examples of existing protocols and architectures
System design engineers and network engineers involved in software design, system architecture & engineering and network performance will find Mobile Telecommunications Protocols for Data Networks an invaluable reference. Being a descriptive tutorial with numerous illustrations, it will appeal to senior and graduate students in the field of communications.