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Long Zhao is currently a lecturer of Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications (BUPT). He got his B.S, M.S. and Ph. D degree from China in 2008, 2011 and 2015, respectively. He was a research scholar in Engineering School of Columbia University, US from Apr. 2014 to Mar. 2015. He joined BUPT in 2015 as lecturer. His research interests are Smart Communications and Massive Signal Processing.
Wireless has finally come of age. With a significant jump in throughput over previous standards, 802.11n is the first wireless technology that doesn’t trade speed for mobility, and users have stormed onto wireless networks with a passion.
Protocols and Architectures for Wireless Sensor Networks provides a thorough description of the nuts and bolts of wireless sensor networks.
This book is intended to be a high-quality textbook that provides a carefully designed exposition of the important aspects of Wireless Sensor Networks.
To meet the challenge as well as to utilize the opportunities created by the wireless computer information and communications revolution, the managers, engineers, students and the academic faculty will have to become familiar with the technologies and systems architectures described in this book.
The Network File System (NFS) protocol that enables remote access to files is now a key element of any LAN. It is also currently and increasingly used as a key technology with the Web and wide area networks.
The use of wireless communicationtechnologies?including cellular radio,personal communication systems (PCS),satellite phones, paging systems, wirelessmodels, and local-area networks (LANs), plusmultipoint distribution systems (LMDS) forwireless delivery of television and internetservice?is exploding rapidly.
DEAN ANTHONY GRATTON has witnessed the evolution of Bluetooth firsthand as a consultant for organizations such as TDK Systems Europe, Alcatel Microelectronics, Plantronics, and 3Com Europe, and as an active participant in the Bluetooth standards process. He edited the Bluetooth LAN Access Profile, served on the Personal Area Networking Working Group and contributed to the latest Specification of the Bluetooth System: Profiles v1.1.
Provides a comprehensive education about the hardware, software, and other aspects required to deploy RFID
DR. KYOUNG IL KIM is a member of the AMPS/PCS Systems Engineering Department at Bell Labs, Lucent Technologies, Inc. He is responsible for various technical analyses and simulations work designed to deepen understanding of IS-95 based CDMA systems, and improve their performance.
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