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The #1 Working Reference on SS7--Revised & Expanded
Signaling System #7 is the hands-down choice for engineers and network managers everywhere. Travis Russell's Signaling System #7, Third Edition, gives you a bedrock understanding of the signaling network, its architecture, and the protocols used to communicate through it. Accessible even to novices, Russell's guide also provides the technical details, protocol messages, and application examples so fundamentally helpful to developers, engineers, and network planners. Network-switching expert Russell brings his succinct, logical style to:
* New coverage on VoIP and SS7-TCP/IP interactions
* Solutions to protocol issues in migrating telecom to the Internet
* Details on SS7 in broadband and cellular networking
* Lucid explanations of protocols and network entities, with hands-on examples and applications
* Clarifications of ANSI standards and Bellcore publications, with model solutions
*New information on local number portability
* Needed technical data for design and specifications
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Even for telecommunications professionals, keeping up-to-date on the plethora of public and private offerings for the delivery of voice, data, image, video, and other telecommunications services has grown into a formidable task. Moreover, it is difficult for engineers to fully appreciate day-to-day business needs and how best to support them with telecommunications applications. Thus, many telecom specialists will find this an indispensable and authoritative resource. Joseph A. Pecar is President of Joseph A. Pecar and Associates, an information systems engineering and integration firm he founded in 1983 after spending fifteen years with IBM, in a senior engineer/manager capacity. Mr. Pecar can be contacted at email@example.com David A. Garbin is the Chief Engineer for Telecommunications and Networking at Mitretek Systems, a non- profit research and development organization that applies science and technology in the public interest. Mr. Garbin can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org “Science, for its progress, its understanding and so on, depends so much on truth and on clarity. And the question is: Are we living in a society where truth and clarity are an important element of our culture?” —Isador Iaisah Rabi, Distinguished Nobel Prize winning physicist Topics Explained in this Book Basic Concepts and Technologies Switching - Circuit/Channel/Packet/Cell-ATM/Frame Relay Multiplexing - FDM/OFDM/TDM/CDM/WDM/DWDM *Asynchronous Digital Hierarchy - DS-“n” T1/Fractional T1/T3/FT3 - Bipolar/SF/ESF Formats - DACS *Synchronous Digital Hierarchy/SONET - OC-“n”/ISDN/BISDN *Synchronization, Frequency and Time Reference Standards PRS/Stratum/UTC Synchronous/Asynchronous/Plesiochronous/Isochronous Transmission Systems/Channels/Circuits/Capabilities Full Duplex/Half Duplex/Simplex *Guided media Metallic Wire UTP/Coaxial *Guided Media Fiber Optic Single Mode/Multimode Step Index/Graded Index Erbium Doped/Dispersion Shifted *Unguided media - Wireless Terrestrial/Satellite Analog & Digital Signals Analog-to-Digital Conversion Voice Coding/Processing *PCM/ADPCM/CVSD/CELP/QCELP/AU/WAV/AIFF/DSI Video/Imagery Coding/Processing *JPEG/MPEG/QuickTime/DVI Transmission Impairments/Quality *Noise/Shannon’s Law/SNR/BER/NEXT/FEXT/ELFEXT/PSELFEXT Error Detection and Correction - ACKs/NAKs/ARQ/FEDAC Data compression - V.42bis/MNP4/MNP5 Modulation and Demodulation *AM/QAM/FM/FSK/PSK/DPSK/QPSK/2B1Q/CAP/DMT/ Voice Analog Network Modems - V.34/V.90/others Data Network Modems - IDSL/HDSL/HDSL2/ADSL/ RADSL/VDSL Voice Services and TechnologiesCircuit Switch Matrices/Fabrics *Time/Space Division - TSI/TMS/TSST/TSSST *Stored Program Control (SPC) Computer Telephone Interfaces (CTIs) Voice Mail/IVR/ACDs Fourth Generation/Wireless PBXs - DOD/DID/DS “n”/LAN Interfaces/RSMs Centrex/Digital City-Wide Centrex/Wired-Wireless Centrex Integration Key/Hybrid/ Telephone Systems Wired and Wireless - CTI/ Voice Mail/IVR/ACDs Local and Long Distance Switched Services *MTS (local and toll calling)/411/911/WATS/Toll Free (e.g., 800)/Voice VPNs Local and Long Distance Non-Switched Services *Tie-trunks/Foreign Exchange/Analog and Digital Private Lines Signaling Systems and Interfaces Loop Signaling - Loop/Ground Start/Dial Pulse/DTMF/SF/MF/E&M Circuit/Common Channel Signaling CAS/CCIS/SS7/Advanced Intelligent Networks (AIN) Data Services and Technologies Packet Switches-Routers/Packet Assemblers-Disassemblers (PADs)/Data Terminal Equipment (DTE) Data Communications Protocols *ISO/OSI Seven Layer Reference Model *Internet Protocols - TCP/IP/IPv6/MPLS/diffserv/SNMP/SMPT/TELNET/FTP/UDP/ARP LAN Technologies - Token Bus/Token Ring/CSMA-CD/FDDI/Fibre Channel *Ethernet/Fast Ethernet/Gigabit Ethernet/Switched Ethernet *LAN Standards - IEEE 802.“x”/FDDI/CDDI *LAN Components - DIU/BIU/NIC/Hub/Bridge/Servers/Routers/Switches/Gateways *LAN Management - CMIP/SNMP Agent/Manager Paradigms/TMN MAN Data Access Services *UTP Local Loops - with Analog Modems *UTP Local Loops - with Digital Modems - 56/64 kbps/T1/ISDN/Fractional T1/“x”DSL *Cable TV Modem-based *Fiber Local Loops - T3 (channelized/unchannelized)/OC“n” Byte Interleaved/ OC“nc” Concatenated *Wireless - DTS/LMDS/MMDS/Cellular/PCS *Satellite - VSAT/Direct Broadcast satellite (DBS) MAN/WAN Switched Data Transport Services *Circuit Switched Data Service (CSDS with Analog Modems/with Digital Modems) *Cell/Packet/Frame Switched - SMDS/X.25/Frame Relay/ATM/FDDI/Gigabit Ethernet *IP Services - Intranets/Data Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) MAN/WAN Non-Switched Data Transport Services *Private Lines with Analog Modems *Private Lines with Digital Modems - 56/64 kbps/Fractional T1/ *T1/T3 (channelized/unchannelized)/OC“n” Byte Interleaved/ *OC“nc” Concatenated)/SONET Ring Service Network and Traffic Engineering *Erlang Queuing Theory/Blocking Probability/Latency/GOS/QoS *Tariff/V&H/CDR-based Performance and Cost Optimized Selection Premises Distribution Systems - *EIA/TIA568-569-600-607/TSB67-72-95/IEEE 10-100 1000Base“x” Structured Wiring Standards - Home PDS - CEBus/X10/EIA600-709/HomePNA Wireless Terrestrial and Satellite Services and Technologies *Fixed - BETRS/LMDS/MMDS/DBS/ *Wireless LANs - IEEE802.11/11a/11b - IMT-2000/BRAN/HYPERLAN/Bluetooth/PANs *Mobile - Cellular/PCS/SMR/ESMR - AMPS(FDMA)/IS-54/IS-136(TDMA/FDMA)/IS-95 (CDMA)/GSM/DECT/UMTS *Wireless Data Networks - CDPD(FDMA)/ARDIS(CSMA)/GSM (TDMA - CSDS/HCSDS)/GPRS *Paging - Numeric/Alphanumeric/Smart Two-Way Full Duplex Pagers(SMS, e-mail, etc.) *Satellite Broadband Large Terminal - DSCS (Military)/Intelsat/GE Americom/Others *Satellite Broadband Small Terminal - VSATs/DBS/Teledesic/Celestri/Skybridge *Satellite Small Handheld Mobile Terminal - Inmarsat/Globalstar/Skycell-MobileSat/others
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Professional, 2000. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110071351639
Book Description McGraw-Hill Professional, 2000. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0071351639