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Wireless communications and networks / William Stallings.

By: Stallings, William.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Delhi: Pearson Education (Singapore) pte. Ltd. Indian Branch, c2002Description: xii, 583 p. : 25 cm.ISBN: 8178085607; 9781292027388 (pbk.); 9780130408648.Subject(s): Wireless communication systems | Wireless LANsDDC classification: 621.3821 Online resources: WorldCat details | Ebook Fulltext
Contents:
Table of contents 1.1 Wireless Comes of Age 2 -- 1.2 Cellular Revolution 3 -- 1.3 Global Cellular Network 4 -- 1.4 Broadband 4 -- 1.5 Trouble with Wireless 5 -- Part 1 Technical Background 11 -- Chapter 2 Transmission Fundamentals 11 -- 2.1 Signals for Conveying Information 12 -- 2.2 Analog and Digital Data Transmission 20 -- 2.3 Channel Capacity 24 -- 2.4 Transmission Media 28 -- 2.5 Multiplexing 34 -- Appendix 2A Decibels and Signal Strength 41 -- Chapter 3 Communication Networks 45 -- 3.1 LANs, MANs, and WANs 46 -- 3.2 Switching Techniques 48 -- 3.3 Circuit-Switching 49 -- 3.4 Packet-Switching 53 -- 3.5 Asynchronous Transfer Mode 59 -- Chapter 4 Protocols and the TCP/IP Suite 71 -- 4.1 Need for a Protocol Architecture 72 -- 4.2 TCP/IP Protocol Architecture 73 -- 4.3 OSI Protocol Architecture 77 -- 4.4 Internetworking 82 -- Appendix 4A Internet Protocol 90 -- Appendix 4B Transmission Control Protocol 93 -- Appendix 4C User Datagram Protocol 97 -- Part 2 Wireless Communication Technology 99 -- Chapter 5 Antennas and Propagation 99 -- 5.1 Antennas 100 -- 5.2 Propagation Modes 105 -- 5.3 Line-of-Sight Transmission 110 -- 5.4 Fading in the Mobile Environment 118 -- Chapter 6 Signal Encoding Techniques 131 -- 6.1 Signal Encoding Criteria 133 -- 6.2 Digital Data, Analog Signals 135 -- 6.3 Analog Data, Analog Signals 147 -- 6.4 Analog Data, Digital Signals 153 -- Appendix 6A Proof of the Sampling Theorem 163 -- Chapter 7 Spread Spectrum 167 -- 7.1 Concept of Spread Spectrum 168 -- 7.2 Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum 169 -- 7.3 Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum 175 -- 7.4 Code-Division Multiple Access 180 -- 7.5 Generation of Spreading Sequences 184 -- Chapter 8 Coding and Error Control 203 -- 8.1 Error Detection 204 -- 8.2 Block Error Correction Codes 213 -- 8.3 Convolutional Codes 232 -- 8.4 Automatic Repeat Request 240 -- Part 3 Wireless Networking 255 -- Chapter 9 Satellite Communications 255 -- 9.1 Satellite Parameters and Configurations 256 -- 9.2 Capacity Allocation--Frequency Division 269 -- 9.3 Capacity Allocation--Time Division 276 -- Chapter 10 Cellular Wireless Networks 283 -- 10.1 Principles of Cellular Networks 284 -- 10.2 First Generation Analog 303 -- 10.3 Second Generation TDMA 305 -- 10.4 Second Generation CDMA 320 -- 10.5 Third Generation Systems 329 -- Chapter 11 Cordless Systems and Wireless Local Loop 339 -- 11.1 Cordless Systems 340 -- 11.2 Wireless Local Loop 354 -- 11.3 IEEE 802.16 Fixed Broadband Wireless Access Standard 366 -- Appendix 11A Linear Predictive Filters 382 -- Chapter 12 Mobile IP and Wireless Access Protocol 385 -- 12.1 Mobile IP 386 -- 12.2 Wireless Application Protocol 400 -- Appendix 12A Internet Control Message Protocol 425 -- Appendix 12B Message Authentication 429 -- Appendix 12C Service Primitives and Parameters 431 -- Part 4 Wireless Lans 433 -- Chapter 13 Wireless LAN Technology 433 -- 13.2 Infrared LANs 442 -- 13.3 Spread Spectrum LANs 445 -- 13.4 Narrowband Microwave LANs 446 -- Chapter 14 IEEE 802.11 Wireless LAN Standard 449 -- 14.1 IEEE 802 Protocol Architecture 450 -- 14.2 IEEE 802.11 Architecture and Services 457 -- 14.3 IEEE 802.11 Medium Access Control 462 -- 14.4 IEEE 802.11 Physical Layer 473 -- Chapter 15 Bluetooth 479 -- 15.2 Radio Specification 488 -- 15.3 Baseband Specification 490 -- 15.4 Link Manager Specification 509 -- 15.5 Logical Link Control and Adaptation Protocol 513 -- Appendix A Standards and Standard-Setting Organizations 521 -- A.1 Importance of Standards 521 -- A.2 Standards and Regulation 522 -- A.3 International Telecommunications Union 523 -- A.4 Internet Standards and the Internet Society 525 -- A.5 IEEE 802 Standards 527 -- Appendix B Traffic Analysis 531 -- B.1 Basic Traffic Conceptsa 531 -- B.2 Multiserver Models 533 -- Appendix C Fourier Analysis 541 -- C.1 Fourier Series Representation of Periodic Signals 541 -- C.2 Fourier Transform Representation of Aperiodic Signals 543 -- Appendix D Data Link Control Protocols 547 -- D.1 High-Level Data Link Control 547.
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Includes Index.

Table of contents 1.1 Wireless Comes of Age 2 --
1.2 Cellular Revolution 3 --
1.3 Global Cellular Network 4 --
1.4 Broadband 4 --
1.5 Trouble with Wireless 5 --
Part 1 Technical Background 11 --
Chapter 2 Transmission Fundamentals 11 --
2.1 Signals for Conveying Information 12 --
2.2 Analog and Digital Data Transmission 20 --
2.3 Channel Capacity 24 --
2.4 Transmission Media 28 --
2.5 Multiplexing 34 --
Appendix 2A Decibels and Signal Strength 41 --
Chapter 3 Communication Networks 45 --
3.1 LANs, MANs, and WANs 46 --
3.2 Switching Techniques 48 --
3.3 Circuit-Switching 49 --
3.4 Packet-Switching 53 --
3.5 Asynchronous Transfer Mode 59 --
Chapter 4 Protocols and the TCP/IP Suite 71 --
4.1 Need for a Protocol Architecture 72 --
4.2 TCP/IP Protocol Architecture 73 --
4.3 OSI Protocol Architecture 77 --
4.4 Internetworking 82 --
Appendix 4A Internet Protocol 90 --
Appendix 4B Transmission Control Protocol 93 --
Appendix 4C User Datagram Protocol 97 --
Part 2 Wireless Communication Technology 99 --
Chapter 5 Antennas and Propagation 99 --
5.1 Antennas 100 --
5.2 Propagation Modes 105 --
5.3 Line-of-Sight Transmission 110 --
5.4 Fading in the Mobile Environment 118 --
Chapter 6 Signal Encoding Techniques 131 --
6.1 Signal Encoding Criteria 133 --
6.2 Digital Data, Analog Signals 135 --
6.3 Analog Data, Analog Signals 147 --
6.4 Analog Data, Digital Signals 153 --
Appendix 6A Proof of the Sampling Theorem 163 --
Chapter 7 Spread Spectrum 167 --
7.1 Concept of Spread Spectrum 168 --
7.2 Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum 169 --
7.3 Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum 175 --
7.4 Code-Division Multiple Access 180 --
7.5 Generation of Spreading Sequences 184 --
Chapter 8 Coding and Error Control 203 --
8.1 Error Detection 204 --
8.2 Block Error Correction Codes 213 --
8.3 Convolutional Codes 232 --
8.4 Automatic Repeat Request 240 --
Part 3 Wireless Networking 255 --
Chapter 9 Satellite Communications 255 --
9.1 Satellite Parameters and Configurations 256 --
9.2 Capacity Allocation--Frequency Division 269 --
9.3 Capacity Allocation--Time Division 276 --
Chapter 10 Cellular Wireless Networks 283 --
10.1 Principles of Cellular Networks 284 --
10.2 First Generation Analog 303 --
10.3 Second Generation TDMA 305 --
10.4 Second Generation CDMA 320 --
10.5 Third Generation Systems 329 --
Chapter 11 Cordless Systems and Wireless Local Loop 339 --
11.1 Cordless Systems 340 --
11.2 Wireless Local Loop 354 --
11.3 IEEE 802.16 Fixed Broadband Wireless Access Standard 366 --
Appendix 11A Linear Predictive Filters 382 --
Chapter 12 Mobile IP and Wireless Access Protocol 385 --
12.1 Mobile IP 386 --
12.2 Wireless Application Protocol 400 --
Appendix 12A Internet Control Message Protocol 425 --
Appendix 12B Message Authentication 429 --
Appendix 12C Service Primitives and Parameters 431 --
Part 4 Wireless Lans 433 --
Chapter 13 Wireless LAN Technology 433 --
13.2 Infrared LANs 442 --
13.3 Spread Spectrum LANs 445 --
13.4 Narrowband Microwave LANs 446 --
Chapter 14 IEEE 802.11 Wireless LAN Standard 449 --
14.1 IEEE 802 Protocol Architecture 450 --
14.2 IEEE 802.11 Architecture and Services 457 --
14.3 IEEE 802.11 Medium Access Control 462 --
14.4 IEEE 802.11 Physical Layer 473 --
Chapter 15 Bluetooth 479 --
15.2 Radio Specification 488 --
15.3 Baseband Specification 490 --
15.4 Link Manager Specification 509 --
15.5 Logical Link Control and Adaptation Protocol 513 --
Appendix A Standards and Standard-Setting Organizations 521 --
A.1 Importance of Standards 521 --
A.2 Standards and Regulation 522 --
A.3 International Telecommunications Union 523 --
A.4 Internet Standards and the Internet Society 525 --
A.5 IEEE 802 Standards 527 --
Appendix B Traffic Analysis 531 --
B.1 Basic Traffic Conceptsa 531 --
B.2 Multiserver Models 533 --
Appendix C Fourier Analysis 541 --
C.1 Fourier Series Representation of Periodic Signals 541 --
C.2 Fourier Transform Representation of Aperiodic Signals 543 --
Appendix D Data Link Control Protocols 547 --
D.1 High-Level Data Link Control 547.

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