Wireless PC-Based Services
This book will explain the basics on how programmatically interface a PC to the technologies such as: analog Cellular telephony, digital cellulat telephony, 3G (3rd generation) digital cellular telephony, enterprise wireless, internodal wireless messaging, internet, wide area paging, personal communication services and GPS. The book is aimed at the technical-savvy manager, marketer of this technology and VAR's and OEM's who maybe either managers, marketing or development based.
- Paperback | 480 pages
- 175.26 x 226.06 x 33.02mm | 929.86g
- 30 May 2001
- Pearson Education (US)
- Prentice Hall
- Upper Saddle River, United States
Table of contents
Foreword. Preface. 1. Introduction. Purpose of Book. Audience. Prerequisites. Next Issue. Modeling and Terminology.2. Wireless Services Overview. Consumer Perspective. Enterprise perspective. Example information sources. Producer Perspective.3. Wireless Standards. Evolution Of Standards. Background. Analog Cellular Telephony. Signaling System No. 7 And Wireless. Amateur Packet Radio. Digital Cellular Telephony. Protocols and Interfaces. Mobile Switching Center Modem Pools. Cellular Modems. Personal Communication Services. Cordless Systems. 3g Digital Cellular Telephony. EDGE. 3G Enterprise. Bluetooth. IrDA. Mobile Terminal Synchronization. Instant Messaging. icalendar. Workflow. Summary. Transcoding. Server Side. Functions. Analog Wide Area Paging Perspective. Digital Wide Area Paging Perspective. Global Positioning Systems. Mobile Positioning Center. Satellite-Based Telephony. Wireless Surveillance. Wireless Jamming. High-Definition Television. Wireless Toys. Wireless Electronic Paper. High-Speed Fixed Wireless. Standards Bodies And Regulators. Telcordia / Bellcore. IETF. FCC.4. Legal Strategies for Software Companies. Background. Strategies For Software Development. Recommendation.5. Developing Wireless Services. The Team. Team Competence Areas. Fundamental Product Classifications. Layered Organization. Competence Areas. Optical Image Recognition. Telephony Area. Mobile Networks. Internet Protocol. Transport Technologies. Web Servers Software. System Level Area. Work Methods. Capability Maturity Model. A Process For Development. Release Management And Change Control. Other Processes For Wireless.6. Vendor-Neutral Framework for Wireless Services. Background. Modeling the Architecture of a System. The Open Group Framework. What About Object Models? Uml Components. Class Libraries For Wireless Services-What Is It? Library Objectives. Kinds Of C++ Classes. Kinds Of Java Classes. Example View Of Object Library. Product Structure and Packaging.7. Vendor-Neutral Framework for Wireless Security. Background. Data Privacy. Application/Data Integrity. User Account Integrity. System Integrity. Network Integrity. Public Key Infrastructure. Sim Security.8. Wireless Fault Tolerant System Example. Hardware Background. Threaded Multiline Applications. Synchronization Objects Summary. Compact Pci. I2o Beats I-O Bottlenecks.9. Computer Language Performance for Wireless Services. Background. Introduction. The Test Application. Application Test Output. The "C++" Language Examination. Solaris/2 Development Environment. The "Java/J++" Language Examination. NT/4 Development Environment Java. Solaris/2 Development Environment Java. The "C" Language Examination. Solaris Development Environment "C". Conclusion. Commentary. Accomplishments. To Do List. Appendix: Tests Code Described. Appendix: Nt/4 Comparison: Optimized Vs. Unoptimized.10. The Unified Wireless Inbox. Wireless Client Terminal. Outlook. Unified Inbox. Netscape. Client Programs Summary. Web-Based Inbox Security. Access Control Manager.11. Wireless Call Processing (S.100) Service. Background. IT-BUS Interfaces. Functions. Configurations. Internal Service Architecture. Interpretation. References.12. Wireless Directory Services. Background. How LDAP Servers Organize Directories. The LDAP Protocol. Mapping Onto Transport Services. LDAP Elements. Application program interface. Reading An Entry. DNS And BIND. References. Ntp Clock Synchronization Services. How To Synchronize With Domain Time Source Servers. Time Services. Accuracy Information.13. Wireless Message Storage Service Based on E-Mail. Origin. IMAP4. IMAP Protocol. Multipurpose Internet Mail Extension (MIME). References. Mailbox Client Access (Subservice Of IMAP). UOW Message Store.14. Wireless Network Management Service. Account Control-The Key Strategy. Background. Large Systems. Simple Network Management Protocol (Snmp). Memory Mapping. Architecture Pros and Cons. The Snmp Management Information Base (Mib). Using Snmp with Other Windows Nt Tools. Snmp Functions. References. Snmp Correlator for Large-Scale Wireless Systems. Off-The-Shelf Correlator. Building Your Own Correlator. Coding Examples. References.15. Wireless Metering Service with MQI. Background. Metering Service Description. Purpose. Development Environment. It-Bus Interfaces. Architecture for Meter Data Transfer.16. Media Conversion-An Exemplary Wireless Service. Background. Multilingual Conversion. E-Mail Conversion. Text-To-Wav File Service. Service Start List Of Events. Service Stop List Of Events. Crash. Alarm Handling. Report Event Handling. Architecture For Typical Text-To-Speech. Architecture For Media Conversion. Find And Select Engine Mode. Wave and Audio Destination. Features of AudioDest and AudioDestFile. Registration Of Notifications Class. Textdata And The Message Pump. Callback. Inside The Text-To-Speech Engine. AUDIO COMPRESSION SERVICE. Console Output. Service Start Events. Service Stop Events. Crash. Alarm Handling. Directory Server. ACM Server. Audio Compression Component List. Architecture For Conversion. Process For Using Codec To Compress Wave Audio. Descending The Wave File. Finding A Suitable CODEC. Creating A Final Structure. Converting To An Intermediate Form. Constraints. Conclusion, Recommendation, And Commentary. References. Acronyms. Optical Character Recognition Service. Service Start Events. Service Stop Events. Crash. Alarm Handling. Report Event Handling. Directory Server Fetch. Architecture For Optical Character Recognition. Client/Server Interaction. Inside T2T Client. Architecture For T2T Data Transfer. Constraints. Conclusion, Recommendation, And Commentary. How To Obtain The API. References. Handwriting-To-Text Service. Tiff-To-Vox Conversion Description. Input Image File Format. Additional Optical Recognition Feature. Form File Format And Templates. Output Text File Format. PostProcessing. Input Example. IT-Bus Interfaces. Service Start Events. Service Stop Events. Crash. Alarm Handling. Report Event Handling. Directory Server. Architecture for Optical Handwriting Recognition (OHR). Scalability. Recognition And Confidence Values. Client/Server Interaction. Interface Library. Library Functions Data Structure Relationships. Recognition Results List. Reading The List Sample Source. Forms List. Data Definitions. Field-Specific Options. Form Studio Example. Inside H2T Client. Architecture for H2T Data Transfer. Explanation of Processor Diagram. Constraints. Conclusion and Commentary. How To Obtain the API. References. Acronyms.17. Distributed Batch Processing for Wireless Communications. Introduction. System Call on one Platform. Dll Server on one Platform. Client-Batch Processing Using Ipc. Dll Server That Spans Multiple Servers. Exe Server on one Platform. Distributed Batch Processing Using a Proxy. Distributed Client Processing. Dcom Server. Dcom Internals. Dcom Configuration. Distributed Processing Using Queues. Client/Server Processing Using a Tree Structure. Tree Structure with Multiple Clients. Lient Access to Multiple Servers. Split-Join Structure. Reducing the Problem of the Batch Window. Development Environment Quandary. Summary and Conclusion. References. Acronyms.18. Queuing Theory for Fixed and Wireless Communications. Abstract and Purpose. Background. Elements of Queuing. Notation Reviewed. Middleware. Forecasting and Modeling. Conclusion. Acronyms. References.19. The Future of Wireless Services. The Ultimate Wireless Communications. Voltage Control Oscillators. Kurzweil Applied Intelligence.Glossary. Reference. For More Information. References.Index.
About R. Scott Lewis
R. SCOTT LEWIS has 20 years of experience in developing, designing, and installing industrial-strength telecommunications services for Ericsson and other Fortune 100 companies. His wireless inventions range from text-to-speech-to-language converters to unified microbrowser inboxes. Currently an IT architect for IBM Global Services, Lewis is actively involved in The Open Group Wireless Task Force and the WAP Forum.