Wireless Dictionary: The Leading Wireless Information Resource. N° de ref. de la librería
Sinopsis: The Wireless Dictionary provides definitions and illustrations covering the latest voice, data, and multimedia services and provides the understanding needed to communicate with others in the wireless industry. This book is the perfect solution for those involved or interested in the operation of wireless devices, networks or service providers. This reference book explains the latest technologies and applications used in the wireless industry, assists with the explanation of technologies by using many diagrams and pictures. It is a great reference tool that allows people to effectively communicate with other people involved in the wireless industry. The convergence of technologies and systems in the wireless industry means more competitors and new industry terms. As a result, communicating with others has become an alphabet soup of acronyms and technical terms. The Wireless Dictionary solves this challenge by providing definitions of the latest technical terms and acronyms along with self-explanatory diagrams that are used in the wireless industry. It covers the key wireless industries including mobile communication, private land mobile radio, mobile data, paging systems, satellite and microwave communication, Wireless LAN, short range systems BluetoothT, broadcast television and radio, and other wireless technologies, processes, and products. Wireless Dictionary includes over 400 self-explanatory diagrams. Expert editors, our authors, and submissions from over 1,000 users of the dictionary created the definitions and acronyms. Because it holds over 10,000 definitions and acronyms specific to wireless, it is an oversized book. The definitions are easy to read without excessive personal fluff comments. In addition to the definitions, there are over 400 diagrams and 100 photos that help to explain and simplify the complex concepts. This book is great for professionals, instructors, business leaders who need to find and understand terms specific to wireless technologies, products and services. This is a handy reference to have if you are new to the industry, if you are getting involved in new areas, or if you just want to find a diagram that helps explain to others the concepts you already know. It includes directories of key magazines, trade shows, and associations where you can find more information about the wireless industry. To ensure this dictionary contains the latest definitions, 12 experts were used from different sectors of the wireless industry to add and edit definitions. Many of the definitions were created using our technical books that have been edited by hundreds of industry reviewers. Diagrams and pictures in the dictionary assist the understanding of technical terms by providing functional and operational views.
Biografía del autor: Mr. Harte is the managing director of Althos, an expert information provider that covers the communication industry. Mr. Harte has over 29 years of technology and business experience an has worked for leading communications technology companies including Ericsson/General Electric, Audiovox/Toshiba and Westinghouse. Lawrence holds degrees of Executive MBA from Wake Forest University (1995) and a BSET from the University of the State of New York, (1990). Mr. Harte has instructed at and received numerous certificates from many non-university courses including VoIP/Internet Telephony, 3G wireless, wireless billing, Bluetooth technology, Internet billing, communications, cryptograph, microwave measurement and calibration, radar, nuclear power, Dale Carnegie, 360 leadership, and public speaking.
Mr. Harte has appeared on television as an industry expert and has been referenced in over 75 telecommunications related articles in industry magazines. He has been a speaker and moderator at numerous industry seminars and trade shows. His magazine publications include Popular Science, Wireless Week, RCR, Cellular Business, Cellular Marketing and others. Between 1993-1995, Mr. Harte wrote a monthly column in Cellular Marketing called "Techniques." The monthly Techniques column explained the business related issues behind key technology innovations that were developing in the telecommunications industry.
In 2002, Mr. Harte joined Althos as the managing director and in 2003, Mr. Harte became president of Althos. At Althos, Mr. Harte is responsible for the research, training, and publishing divisions. His core focus at Althos is researching, analyzing, testing, and educating companies on alternative communication technologies.
Between 1995 and 2002, Mr. Harte was the president of APDG, a telecommunications research and publishing company. At APDG, he provided telecommunications information to leading companies including Sprint PCS, Delphi (GM), Vodafone, British Telecom, LHS, Radiocommunication Agency, DST, Sony, Ericsson, AT&T, and many others.
Between 1994 and 1995, Lawrence was Vice President of product management for ReadyCom, a cellular voice paging equipment provider. At ReadyComm, Mr. Harte managed product development for cellular voice paging subscriber products. At ReadyComm, he performed market and technical feasibility analysis for new product development and application areas. He designed a product management process for tracking the development of programs and ensured products could met industry and government requirements.
From 1992 to 1994, Lawrence was the New Products and Applications Manager for Ericsson General Electric. As a product manager, he created and managed a core team of line organization managers to develop new product plans. His responsibility included cellular telephone development for PCS, cellular data modems, CDPD, OEM product management, and other new product concepts. Lawrence worked closely with customers such as AT&T, Southwestern Bell, Cantel, and Cellular One during the new product launch of TDMA digital cellular service.
Between 1989 and 1992, Lawrence was a Digital Cellular Development Engineer at Audiovox Corporation. In this position, he was the liaison between digital industry standards committees, engineering at Toshiba Japan, and customers. During this period, He was a voting member of the Telecommunications Industry Association and an editor of the US Digital Cellular Specification (IS-54, now IS-136). Lawrence supported the sales staff with customers including BMW, BellSouth, Nynex, PacTel (now Airtouch), Bell Atlantic, Southwestern Bell, Bell Mobility (now Bell Canada) and others for technical and marketing issues.
From 1986 to 1989, Mr. Harte was an Automatic Test Equipment Engineer for Test System Associates on site at Westinghouse. At the Westinghouse facility, he converted technical performance requirements into electronic interface devices and created software prog
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Descripción Estado de conservación: Very Good. Book Condition: Very Good. Nº de ref. de la librería 97809746943133.0
Descripción Althos Publishing. Paperback. Estado de conservación: VERY GOOD. Very Good copy, cover and pages show some wear from reading and storage. Binding may have light creases. Lots of life left in these pages. Nº de ref. de la librería 2727989383