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Introduction to Wireless and Mobile Systems

Refer book. Order inspection copy. Designed as a textbook appropriate for undergraduate or graduate courses in Computer Science CS , Computer Engineering CE , and Electrical Engineering EE , Introduction to Wireless and Mobile Systems third edition focuses on qualitative descriptions and the realistic explanations of relationships between wireless systems and performance parameters. Rather than offering a thorough history behind the development of wireless technologies or an exhaustive list of work being carried out, the authors help CS, CE, and EE students learn this exciting technology through relevant examples such as understanding how a cell phone starts working as soon as they get out of an airplane. Challenging open ended experimental questions have been added into many chapters. Expanded coverage of Sensor Networks and associated issues.

We are pleased and honored to present this third edition of Introduction toWireless and Mobile Systems. Wireless and mobile communication technologies are advancing at an unprecedented rate, and the timely release of the third edition is our endeavor to keep pace with this rapid technological evolution. The content of this edition has been revised based on extensive reviews conducted on the second edition of this book. Other major changes include splitting the previous single chapter on Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks into two separate chapters. In this way, we were able to include more of the most recent material on Sensor Networks. We have also enhanced the discussion of the security aspects of both Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks.


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