CRC Handbook of Modern Telecommunications, Second Edition

Patricia A. Morreale, Kornel Terplan

September 14, 2009 by CRC Press
Reference - 679 Pages - 180 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9781420078008 - CAT# 78003


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  • Includes new sections on wireless communications, telecommunications, and service delivery integration with the Internet
  • Addresses information life cycle management
  • Examines future telecommunication user and application trends
  • Discusses telecommunication network management in detail
  • Provides up-to-date treatment of network related security issues
  • Features new network designs


Addressing the most dynamic areas of the ever-changing telecommunications landscape, the second edition of the bestselling CRC Handbook of Modern Telecommunications once again brings together the top minds and industry pioneers in wireless communication networks, protocols, and devices.

In addition to new discussions of radio frequency identification (RFID) and wireless sensor networks, including cognitive radio networks, this important reference systematically addresses network management and administration, as well as network organization and governance, topics that have evolved since the development of the first edition. Extensively updated and expanded, this second edition provides new information on:

  • Wireless sensor networks
  • RFID Architectures
  • Intelligent Support Systems
  • Service delivery integration with the Internet
  • Information life cycle and service level management
  • Management of emerging technologies
  • Web performance management
  • Business intelligence and analytics

The text details the latest in voice communication techniques, advanced communication concepts, network organization, governance, traffic management, and emerging trends. This comprehensive handbook provides telecommunications professionals across all fields with ready access to the knowledge they require and arms them with the understanding of the role that evolving technologies will play in the development of the telecommunications systems of tomorrow.

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