HOW BYOD FOR ENTERPRISE HAS CHANGED UNIVERSITY MOBILE INFRASTRUCTURE
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Providing an exceptionally broad overview of the field of telecommunication and its various operating systems, this state-of-the-art guide takes an "industry" perspective on the field, with full coverage of all the fundamental concepts necessary to understanding the overall operations of communication devices. Presents system level descriptions of designs and architectures in an all-inclusive study that covers everything from basic concepts in telecommunications to digital transmission, T1/T3 applications and the subscriber loop carrier systems, switching systems, computer telephony and its applications, modem communications, protocols and standards, broadband ISDN and asynchronous transfer mode (ATM), local area networks, internetworking with TCP/IP, and satellite and wireless communication. Uses many analogies to clarify material; provides extensive industrial applications, examples, case studies and scenarios; and supports concepts with over 300 figures and tables. For electrical/computer engineering, computer science, data communications and telecommunications professionals want to learn more about a specific area covered in the book, or who want to get a broad and in-depth understanding of telecommunications technology.
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