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Wireless Telecommunications Systems and Networks
by Gary J. Mullett

Learn the fundamentals of the most popular forms of wireless telecommunications systems, as well as the emerging wireless technologies being used to extend the reach of the wired public or private data network. With comprehensive, broad-based coverage, Wireless Telecommunications Systems and Networks will provide a deeper understanding of the fundamental operations of wireless technologies used by professionals and technicians involved in a technical support segment of this field. Readers will also gain knowledge about other popular technologies in this and the next generation of wireless telecommunications systems and networks. Lastly, the text serves as a good reference for those who simply need to know more about the fundamentals of present-day wireless telecommunications systems.
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Wireless Telecommunication Systems
by Michel Terré, Mylène Pischella, Emmanuelle Vivier

Wireless telecommunication systems generate a huge amount ofinterest. In the last two decades, these systems have experiencedat least three major technological leaps, and it has becomeimpossible to imagine how society was organized without them. Inthis book, we propose a macroscopic approach on wireless systems,and aim at answering key questions about power, data rates,multiple access, cellular engineering and access networksarchitectures.
We present a series of solved problems, whose objective is toestablish the main elements of a global link budget in severalradiocommunications systems.


1. Radio Propagation.
2. F/TDMA and GSM.
3. CDMA and UMTS.
4. OFDM and LTE.
5. MIMO and Beamforming.
6. UWB.
7. Synchronization.
8. Digital Communications Fundamentals.
9. Erlang B Tables.

About the Authors

Michel Terré received his engineering degree fromTélécom SudParis, his phD in electronics andtelecommunications from Conservatoire National des Arts etMétiers (CNAM), and his habilitation to conduct researchesfrom Paris XIII University. He is a full professor at ConservatoireNational des Arts et Métiers. He his responsabile ofCNAM’s Master of Science in radiocommunicationssystems.
Mylène Pischella received her engineering degree and her phDin electronics and telecommunications from TélécomParisTech. She is an associate professor at Conservatoire Nationaldes Arts et Métiers (CNAM).
Emmanuelle Vivier received her engineering degree from InstitutSupérieur d’Electronique de Paris (ISEP) and her PhD inradiocommunications from Conservatoire National des Arts etMétiers (CNAM). She is an associate professor at ISEP, whereshe is responsible of networks and telecommunications teachingmajors.

Designing Visual Interfaces
by Kevin Mullet

Ironically, many designers of graphical user interfaces are not always aware of the fundamental design rules and techniques that are applied routinely by other practitioners of communication-oriented visual design — techniques that can be used to enhance the visual quality of GUIs, data displays, and multimedia documents. This volume focuses on design rules and techniques that are drawn from the rational, functionalist design aesthetic seen in modern graphic design, industrial design, interior design, and architecture — and applies them to various graphical user interface problems experienced in commercial software development. Describes the basic design principles (the what and why), common errors, and practical step-by-step techniques (the how) in each of six major areas: elegance and simplicity; scale, contrast, and proportion; organization and visual structure; module and program; image and representation; and style. Focuses on techniques that will not only improve the aesthetics of the visual display, but, because they promote visual organization, clarity, and conciseness, will also enhance the usability of the product. Includes a catalog of common errors drawn from existing GUI applications and environments to illustrate practices that should be avoided in developing applications. For anyone responsible for designing, specifying, implementing, documenting, or managing the visual appearance of computer-based information displays.

Basic Telecommunications
by Gary J. Mullett

Part of Delmar Learning’s new National Center for Telecommunications Technologies Series, this book introduces wireline, wireless, and fiber optic concepts, focusing on physical layer implementation of system hardware. Industry regulations and background on filters, and test equipment is provided. Readers then launch into study of multiplexing and modulation schemes, with opportunities to compare digital and traditional techniques. Presentation is guided by the needs of technicians tasked with evaluating system operation and reconfiguring programmable hardware. DC/AC theory and digital electronics knowledge is assumed.

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