Wireless Local Area Networks
This brief offers a valuable resource on principles of quality-of-service (QoS) provisioning and the related link-layer resource management techniques for high data-rate wireless networks. The primary emphasis is on protocol modeling and analysis. It introduces media access control (MAC) protocols, standards of wireless local area networks (WLANs), wireless personal area networks (WPANs), and wireless body area networks (WBANs), discussing their key technologies, applications, and deployment scenarios.
This book extensively examines the next generation wireless local area networks. The past two decades have observed startling developments in wireless LAN technologies that were triggered by its expanding popularity on the home front because of ease of in
KEY BENEFIT "IT Networking Labs" provides a set of hands-on activities that focuses primarily on developing a basic understanding of networking technologies supported by the Windows(R) platform. Topics are approached from an applications point of view as opposed to a systems view. Accessing Network Files and Applications; File transfers; Selected Networking Features in Windows; Computer Hardware; The HyperText Markup Language; Constructing a Network Cable; Local Area Networks Fundamentals; Designing a Local Area Network; Configuring a Wireless Access Point; The Linux Command Line Interface; The Linux Desktop; Packet Capture and Analysis; Analyzing Transport Layer Protocols; Security Policies; Evaluating Network Performance; Electronic Mail and SMTP.
As the demand for higher bandwidth has lead to the development of increasingly complex wireless technologies, an understanding of both wireless networking technologies and radio frequency (RF) principles is essential for implementing high performance and cost effective wireless networks. Wireless Networking Technology clearly explains the latest wireless technologies, covering all scales of wireless networking from personal (PAN) through local area (LAN) to metropolitan (MAN).
For networking and RF/wireless engineers, and graduate students who want a solid overview of voice over WLANs/VoIP technology (wireless local area networks / voice over internet protocol), this book covers voice coding, packet loss, delay and 'jitter', an
Andreas Kï ½ï ½ï ½ï ½ï ½ï ½ï ½ï ½ï ½nsgen describes two major areas of spectrum management: the coordination of neighbouring networks with overlapping ranges by controlling different transmission parameters and the channel allocation by the base station inside a radio cell using a cross-layer approach. Theoretical analyses and simulations demonstrate the usage of these methods and show the QoS enhancements which can be achieved.
This volume proposes novel transmission techniques that achieve multi-path mitigation, through orthogonal frequency-domain processing, in combination with a high bandwidth efficiency, through space division multiple access. It also pays special attention to the real-world problems encountered when integrating core detection algorithms into a complete system.