Wireless Network Coexistence deals with the integration and practical applications of the entire gamet of wireless services, including Wi-Fi, Wi-Media, ZigBee, and Bluetooth. It discusses what each of the services has to offer, what can be accomplished with each, and how each fits into an integrated wireless solution.
* Covers all "flavors" of 802.11: a, b, and g
* Explores 802.15 and its applications in home automation
* Includes cutting-edge information on Wi-Media, still in the draft stage of becoming a standard
Contents: Introduction * Indoor RF Propagation and Diversity Techniques * Basic Modulation and Coding * Advanced Modulation and Coding * Radio Performance * Medium Access Control * Passive Coexistence * Active Coexistence * Coexistence with Other Services
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If you're responsible for wireless systems -- design, maintenance, or operation -- put yourself in the capable hands of Dr. Bob Morrow. One of this country's leading wireless experts and trainers, Morrow provides the technical insight, practical methods, and been-there-done-that confidence you need to blend disparate pieces to create an optimal system.
An authority with over two decades of experience in wireless design, and an instructor in wireless for one of the world's leading technical training firms, Morrow here shares his top dollar expertise. In Wireless Network Coexistence, he shows you how to choose the right services for the differing applications integrate and configure protocols for seamless, efficient performance, and make wireless systems function smoothly and reliably, together or separately—with interference minimized. Wireless Network Coexistence, helps you:
THE INTEGRATED GUIDE TO WIRELESS Packed with tested solutions, essential information on equipment, and helpful formulas, Wireless Network Coexistence is a real-world guide to designing and building wireless systems. Included are: Introduction * Indoor RF Propagation and Diversity Techniques • Basic Modulation and Coding * Advanced Modulation and Coding * Radio Performance * Medium Access Control * Passive Coexistence * Active Coexistence * Coexistence with Other Services * List of AbbreviationsAbout the Author:
Robert Morrow received a Bachelor of Science degree from the United States Air Force Academy, a Master of Science degree from Stanford University, and a Ph.D. degree from Purdue University, all in electrical engineering. Bob taught undergraduate engineering and was the Director of Research at the U.S. Air Force Academy, where he also piloted the aircraft used by the Wings of Blue parachute team. A few years earlier he jumped out of a perfectly good airplane several times so the parachute team wouldn't accuse him of being chicken. As Deputy Head of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the Air Force Institute of Technology, he flew a desk and taught graduate-level engineering courses. At various times during his Air Force career, Bob instructed in turbojet, turboprop, and reciprocating military aircraft. Dr. Morrow is a senior member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), has published over two dozen technical articles, holds a U.S. patent, and is an Advanced Class Amateur Radio operator. He authored the book Bluetooth Operation and Use, published by McGraw-Hill in 2002. Bob presently serves as a consultant and short course instructor in short-range wireless networks.
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