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Telecommunications Internetworking : Delivering Services Across the Networks

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Manage service across "networks of networks" "Telecommunications Internetworking delivers the information you need to be a player in today's and tomorrow's internetworked telecom -- the quickly evolving field, where technology and economics are inextricably linked. This unique, first-of-its-kind resource gives you both in-depth technical explanations and prescient business forecasts, in everyday language. Writing with the expertise of both an electrical engineer and a communications industry executive, author P. J. Louis explains the technology behind networks, from the intricate technical steps involved in a common landline phone call to the practicalities of linking all types of systems. Along with an understanding of PCS/cellular, paging, satellite, Internet/LANs/WANs, SS7, and cabling technologies, you'll gain the insight and confidence you need to: * Design telecom networks of enduring value Base business decisions on a savvy overview of technologies, their interrelationships, and their futures * Position your network advantageously for connectivity, access, seamlessness, convergence, and artificial intelligence * Link networks using the most farsighted technical options * Evaluate networks' potentials and roles as telecom providers * Discover money-making services that networks can provide not only to consumers, but also to each other * Gain a farsighted view of intelligent networking and other emerging technologies * Anticipate technical changes that will affect future network successshow more

Product details

  • Paperback | 564 pages
  • 186 x 235 x 35mm | 961.61g
  • McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
  • McGraw-Hill Inc.,US
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • New.
  • 1, black & white illustrations
  • 0071356541
  • 9780071356541

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'An invaluable resource for tomorrow's service providers.' --Lawrence Harte, President APDG, author of Global Paging and GSM Superphones 'A valuable reference for entrepreneurs and investors. The technology of communications is made understandable, the unique characteristics of each medium are clearly explained, and the author's observations provide valuable guidance to those interested in the multi-billion dollar communications market.' --Lawrence J. Chu, President of CCG, Inc. Telecommunications Internetworking delivers the information you need to understand and be a player in today's and tomorrow's internetworked telecom. In this quickly evolving field, where technology and economics are inextricably linked, P. J. Louis provides a clear-eyed perspective and need-to-know technical details on managing service across "networks of networks." This unique, first-of-its-kind resource gives you both in-depth technical explanations and prescient business forecasts, in everyday language. Writing with the expertise of both an electrical engineer and a communications industry executive, Louis explains the technology behind networks, from the intricate technical steps involved in a common landline phone call to the practicalities of linking all types of systems. Along with a look at PCS/cellular, paging, satellite, Internet/LANs/WANs, SS7, and cabling technologies, Telecommunications Internetworking hands you the insight and confidence you need to: Design telecom networks of enduring value. Base business decisions on a savvy overview of technologies, their interrelationships, and their futures. Position your network advantageously for connectivity, access, seamlessness, convergence, andartificial intelligence. Link networks using the most farsighted technical options. Evaluate networks' potentials and roles as telecom providers. Discover money-making services that networks can provide not only to consumers, but also to each other Gain a farsighted view of intelligent networking and other emerging technologies. Anticipate technical changes that will affect future network success. Written for managers and technicians, and others who will lead and enable the future of telecom, Telecommunications Internetworking is required reading in a networked world.show more

Table of contents

Communications networks; the telephone network hub; basic network technologies; network signalling and applications; leveraging interconnection; landline telephone networks; cellular and PCS service networks; paging; satellite communications systems; distributed television networks; the Internet and data networks; network economies; connecting for future evolution.show more