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Intending his work to serve as a text for students of electric engineering or computer science in computer networking or communication classes, as well as engineers and managers interested in future trends in mobile communication, Schiller (computer systems and telematics, Institute of Computer Science, Freie U. Berlin, Germany) describes how mobile phone systems work, technological developments in wireless local area networks, and their impact on applications, security, or IP networks.Copyright © 2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
This book takes a non-mathematical, computer science approach to the introduce the field of mobile communications. A wide range of examples is combined with a strong pedagogy making the book perfect for self-study. This book explains the most current developments in mobile communications in both research and industry in a well-structured context with a detailed technical background. An up-to-date idea of the mobile/wireless communications field is provided throughout the text. People interested in learning about mobile communications from a computer scientist's perspective.