Sunday, April 22, 2018

Transmission Systems Design Handbook for Wireless Networks By Harvey Lehpamer

Transmission Systems Design Handbook for Wireless Networks By Harvey Lehpamer
1 Introduction
2 Basics of Wireless Networks
3 Transmission-Network Principles
4 Wireless-Network Architecture
5 Theory and Principles of Fiber-Optic Transmission
6 Microwave Point-to-Point System Design
7 Transmission-Network Planning and Design
8 Transmission Equipment
9 Transmission-Network Deployment
10 Transmission-Network Testing and Commissioning
Public telephone operators and new independent wireless operators through out the world are deploying wireless access in an effort to drastically reduce delivery costs in the most expensive part of the network the local loop. Available radio technology enables both existing and new entrants to access subscribers in a rapid manner and deliver their basic telephony products and broadband-enhanced services.
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