"The only continuing source that helps users analyze, plan, design, evaluate, and manage integrated telecommunications networks, systems, and services, The Froehlich/Kent Encyclopedia of Telecommunications presents both basic and technologically advanced knowledge in the field. An ideal reference source for both newcomers as well as seasoned specialists, the Encyclopedia covers seven key areas--Terminals and Interfaces; Transmission; Switching, Routing, and Flow Control; Networks and Network Control; Communications Software and Protocols; Network and system Management; and Components and Processes."
Table of Contents
"Communications Human Factors, Daryl J. Eigen Communications Markets, Bernard F. Sergesketter Communications Standards, Martin B. H. Weiss Communications System Frequency Control, Robert G. Kinsman, Paul H. Gailus, and Lawrence N. Dworsky Communications Using the Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM), Jean-Pierre Coudreuse Community Antenna Television (CATV). Compression of Data and Text, Richard A. Halapin Computer Communication. Computer Graphics, Brian A. Barsky Computer Image Processing, M. A. Abidi and P. B. Davis Computer Inquiry I, II, and III - Computers and Communications: Convergence, Conflict, or Policy Chaos?, Alan Pearce Computer/Communication Networks in Education, Donald D. Cowan and Terry M. Stepien COMSAT, COMSAT Corporation Concentrators and Concentrator Design, Apostolos K. Kakaes Conflict-Resolution Algorithms, Mart L. Molle Conformance Testing of Customer Premises Equipment for Integrated Services Digital Network, Leo P. Terry and Shahram Akhavan Contention Resolution Algorithms. Control and Regulation of Broadcasting. Conversion of Modulated Signals into Baseband: Analog Demodulation and Detection, Mahmood R. Noorchashm Cordless Telecommunications, Heinz Ochsner Cornell, Ezra, Marylin K. Sheddan Corporate and Private Television, Michael R. Slepian Correlative Line-Coding (Partial-Response Signaling) Techniques, Subbarayan Pasupathy Crosstalk. Cryptology, Henk C. A. van Tilborg "