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    Uỷ viên ban điều hành Box khoa ĐTVT Avatar của nothingtolose
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    Mặc định Ebook cho FET


    The goal of this book is to provide a concise but lucid explanation and derivation
    of the fundamentals of spread-spectrum communication systems. Although
    spread-spectrum communication is a staple topic in textbooks on digital communication,
    its treatment is usually cursory, and the subject warrants a more
    intensive exposition. Originally adopted in military networks as a means of
    ensuring secure communication when confronted with the threats of jamming
    and interception, spread-spectrum systems are now the core of commercial applications
    such as mobile cellular and satellite communication. The level of
    presentation in this book is suitable for graduate students with a prior graduatelevel
    course in digital communication and for practicing engineers with a solid
    background in the theory of digital communication. As the title indicates, this
    book stresses principles rather than specific current or planned systems, which
    are described in many other books. Although the exposition emphasizes theoretical
    principles, the choice of specific topics is tempered by my judgment of
    their practical significance and interest to both researchers and system designers.
    Throughout the book, learning is facilitated by many new or streamlined
    derivations of the classical theory. Problems at the end of each chapter are
    intended to assist readers in consolidating their knowledge and to provide practice
    in analytical techniques. The book is largely self-contained mathematically
    because of the four appendices, which give detailed derivations of mathematical
    results used in the main text.
    In writing this book, I have relied heavily on notes and documents prepared
    and the perspectives gained during my work at the US Army Research Laboratory.
    Many colleagues contributed indirectly to this effort. I am grateful to
    my wife, Nancy, who provided me not only with her usual unwavering support
    but also with extensive editorial assistance.
    Lần sửa cuối bởi nothingtolose; 13-06-2005 lúc 09:32 PM

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    Next Generation Network Services
    Technologies and Strategies

    By : Neill Wilkinson - Quortex Consultants Ltd., UK

    The mother of invention

    Telecommunications is now the fastest changing part of the IT industry,
    encompassing vast disciplines from distributed systems to real-time
    applications. I have had the pleasure of being involved in what I believe
    is the most exciting time in its history. It wasn’t always this way, as telecommunications
    started out as a novelty: ‘‘An amazing invention, but who
    would want to use one?’’ – US President Rutherford B. Hayes after making a
    telephone call from Washington D.C. to Philadelphia. Interestingly
    however, in 1879, the first telephone was installed in the White House.
    At first it was hardly used, because there weren’t many other phones in
    Washington to call [WHITEH].
    From the now immortal words ‘Watson, come here!’ Alexander
    Graham Bell’s humble telephone1 has become the most ubiquitous device
    on the planet. Followed swiftly in 1891 by the invention of Almon B.
    Strowger’s patented system of automatic switching. The Strowger switch
    design was so fundamental that it soon became the backbone of the
    World’s telecommunications network for at least the next 100 years. The
    story has it that Mr. Strowger (at the time an undertaker in Kansas City)
    was so incensed by a competing undertaker getting business and not him,
    because a cousin of the competitor’s worked as an operator. He decided to
    remove the need for operators!2 From the first 99-line automatic exchange
    installed at La Porte, Indiana, in 1892, the telecommunications industry
    has never looked back. The UK followed suit and in 1912 the first experimental
    automatic exchange was installed at Epsom, by the then Auto-matic Telephone Manufacturing Company (later to become Plessey, then
    GPT and now Marconi). The rest as they say is history!
    The invention of the transistor in the late 1940s also had a profound
    effect on telecommunications; the eventual demise of the electromechanical
    Strowger exchange, to be replaced by the current day Stored Program
    Controller (SPC) exchanges. Over the last 30 years the telecommunications
    industry has been gradually improving the SPC exchanges with
    more features, better software engineering techniques, and increasing
    their capacity with more and more powerful processors. Most recently,
    the use of standard computing hardware and the influence of the Internet
    have lead to the so-called next-generation networks. It is these nextgeneration networks and the new capabilities and services that this
    book is about.

    Mores .......................................

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    Advanced Data Networking
    Representation at 21th-25th, October,2000, Dubai


    1. Advanced LAN : High Speed Lan, Switching Hubs, Virtual LAN

    2. Advanced WAN : SDH, Frame Relay, ATM

    3. Internet Computing Achitacture, Real-time Applications, Wireless and Network Management.

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    Location Management and Routing in Mobile Wireless Networks
    By : Amitava Mukherjee
    Somprakash Bandyopadhyay
    Debashis Saha

    This book aims at presenting, in a canonical form, the work done by us in the
    field of routing in mobile wireless networks. Most of the material contained
    herein has previously been presented at international conferences or has been
    accepted for publication in journals.
    Mobile wireless networks can be broadly classified into two distinct categories:
    infrastructured (cellular) and infrastructureless (ad hoc). While cellular
    networks usually involve a single-hop wireless link to reach a mobile terminal,
    ad hoc networks normally require a multihop wireless path from a source to a
    destination. The growth of mobility aspects in cellular networks is occurring at
    three different levels. First, growth occurs at the spatial level (i.e., users desire to
    roam with a mobile terminal). Second, growth occurs from the penetration rate
    of mobile radio access lines. And third, the traffic generated by each wireless user
    is constantly growing. On one hand, tetherless (e.g., cellular) subscribers use
    their mobile terminals; on the other hand, the arrival of more capacity-greedy
    services (e.g., Internet accesses, multimedia services). From all of these considerations,
    the generalized mobility features will have serious impacts on the wireless
    telecommunications networks. Mobility can be categorized into two areas:
    radio mobility, which mainly consists of the handover process and network
    mobility, which mainly consists of location management (location updating and
    paging). In this book, we shall concentrate on the network mobility only.
    This book will act as a general introduction to location management,
    and routing in both single-hop and multihop mobile wireless networks, so that
    readers can gain familiarity with location management and routing issues in
    this field. In particular, it will provide the details of location management and
    paging in wireless cellular networks, and routing in mobile ad hoc networks.

    In about 200 pages, it will cover the past, present, and future works on location
    management and routing protocols in all types of mobile wireless networks.
    In cellular networks, the emphasis will be on mobility issues, location management,
    paging, and radio resources. In mobile ad hoc networks, the focus will be
    on different types of routing protocols and medium access control techniques.
    It will discuss numerous potential applications, review relevant concepts, and
    examine the various approaches that enable readers to understand the issues and
    future research problems in this field too. In a word, it will cover everything you
    can think in the realm of location management and routing issues in mobile
    wireless networks.
    Barring Chapter 1, which is a general introduction to the subject, the book
    is divided into three parts, namely Part I: Cellular Networks, Part II: Ad Hoc
    Wireless Networks, and Part III: Future Issues. In Part I, there are three chapters.
    Chapter 2 concentrates on two important mobility issues, namely mobility
    models (fluid-flow model, random walk model, gravity model), and mobility
    traces (metropolitan mobility, national mobility, international mobility). Chapter
    3 concerns radio resource management, including radio propagation, and
    channel assignment. Chapter 4 describes an important issue called location
    management. It covers issues such as paging (blanket paging, and intelligent
    paging), location update (static location update, dynamic location update) and
    location area planning (manual registration, automatic location management
    using location area, memory-based location management methods, nonmemory-
    based location methods, location management in CDPD, GPRS,
    WCDMA, and IMT-2000).
    Part II focuses on ad hoc wireless networks and again comprises three
    chapters. Chapter 5 is an overview of the characteristics of ad hoc networks
    including three fundamental design choices, namely flat versus hierarchical
    architecture, proactive versus reactive routing, and medium access protocols.
    Chapter 6 describes medium access control techniques in detail, covering basic
    media access protocol for wireless LANs (IEEE 802.11), Floor Acquisition Multiple
    Access, Dual Busy Tone Multiple Access, Power Controlled Multiple
    Access Protocols, MAC with Adaptive Antenna, Directional MAC Protocols,
    and Adaptive MAC Protocol for WACNet. Chapter 7 discusses both unicast
    and multicast routing protocols in ad hoc wireless networks. Unicast routing
    techniques include proactive routing protocols, such as DSDV, WRP, CBR,
    CGSR, OLSR, FSR, and agent-based protocols for topology discovery and routing,
    and reactive routing protocols, such as DSR, AODV, TORA,
    ABR, SSA, stability-based routing, LAR, and query localization techniques for
    on-demand routing. It also includes power-aware routing, multipath routing,
    and QoS Management.

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    hay quá, anh nothing chỉ chỗ down đi..................

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    Website của BKF:

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    Thêm một quyển sách nữa cho FET:

    Tiêu đề sách: W-CDMA and cdma2000 for 3G Mobile Networks
    Tác giả: M.R. Karim and M. Sarraf
    Nhà xuất bản: McGraw-Hill (rất nổi tiếng và quen thuộc)
    Ngôn ngữ: English
    Số trang: 401 pages
    Chương: 11 chapters + 1 Appendix
    Nôi dung:

    Chapter 1: Introduction
    Chapter 2: Propagation Characteristics of a Mobile Radio Channel
    Chapter 3: Principles of Wideband CDMA (WCDMA)
    Chapter 4: cdmaOne and cdma2000
    Chapter 5: The GSM System and General Packet Radio
    Chapter 6: Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS)
    Chapter 7: Evolution of Mobile Communication Networks
    Chapter 8: Call Controls and Mobility Management
    Chapter 9: Quality of Service (QoS) in 3G Systems
    Chapter 10: Network Planning and Design
    Chapter 11: Beyond 3G
    Appendix: List of Abbreviations and Acronyms

    Và cuối cùng: Nơi download: BKF Library

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