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Deitel Presents Location-Identification Technologies
Jun 28, 2002
This DEITEL™ article introduces location-based technologies. They explore how businesses and consumers are taking advantage of new location-identifying technologies for commerce and the various technologies used to determine the location of wireless-devices.
Delivering Broadband Access Today: An Access Technologies Primer
Jan 21, 2005
This chapter explains the infrastructure required to provide broadband internet access to customers. DSL, cable, and Ethernet technologies are covered, and the respective network systems that are required to serve internet in these environments is explained.
Demographic and Social Trends in the Broadband Home
Oct 10, 2003
Who uses broadband, what do they use it for, and how have "always on" connections changed the habits of connected families? This sample chapter examines demographic and social trends of broadband households.
Deploying a Fast and Stable Wireless Mesh Network
Dec 9, 2009
This chapter provides practical tips and advice for deploying a fast and stable wireless mesh network.
Designing a Broadband Wireless Network: Overview and Channel Structure of LTE
Sep 21, 2010
Long-Term Evolution (LTE) is the next step in the GSM evolutionary path beyond 3G technology, and it is strongly positioned to be the dominant global standard for 4G cellular networks. This chapter provides an overview of the LTE (Long-Term Evolution) radio interface.
Developing "Deploying License-Free Wireless Wide-Area Networks"
Jul 11, 2003
Developing a Newsreader in Java
May 7, 2004
Are you a news junkie? Need headlines on the fly? Mobile phones offer fascinating opportunities to create applications for mobile workers. In this article, Mikko Kontio gives you helpful source code and tells you how to develop a newsreader for Java-enabled phones.
Developing For The RIM BlackBerry Platform
Dec 28, 2001
If you're interested in developing custom applications for the BlackBerry devices from Research In Motion (RIM), check out this article for an overview of the RIM platform and your development options.
Developing i-mode Content
Oct 26, 2001
In this article, Paul Wallace gives you an overview of considerations for developing i-mode content.
Discovering More Ways to Share on Your Windows Network
Oct 31, 2008
Discover three must-have accessories for your network if you want to seriously share files, printers, and media.
Discovering Site-Specific Requirements for 802.11 Wireless Network Site Surveying and Installation
Dec 10, 2004
This chapter outlines the physical logictics of installing a wireless network into a building. Concerns regarding the architecture and layout of the building are addressed, so that you can plan appropriately.
Discovering the Upcoming Wi-Fi Direct Standard
Aug 16, 2010
See how you'll benefit from this new Wi-Fi standard. Eric Geier shows you how it compares with Bluetooth and the existing Wi-Fi ad-hoc networking. Plus you'll discover its downsides and negative impacts.
Ed Tittel's Survey of Wireless Technology
Mar 1, 2003
Wireless technologies, applications, devices, and appliances will continue to proliferate into most people's lives. Check out some of the main attractions in this territory and gain a sense of what they are, what they can do, and why you might care.
Ed Tittel's Wireless Certification Survey
Jan 9, 2004
Ed Tittel identifies the IT certifications that cover wireless networking and what's involved in working this growing market niche.
Electro-Optics: Fundamentals of Light
Jul 5, 2002
Professor Leo Setian explains the fundamentals of light, from the wave equation and Maxwell's equations to Snell's law and Brewster's angle. He also covers communicating with light, concentrating on fiber optics.
Enhancing Your Network with Voice and Video Gadgets
Oct 24, 2008
Eric Geier covers accessories and gadgets you can use to enhance your wired or WiFi network.
Enterprise-Class Wireless LANs: Guidelines for A Successful Architecture and Design
Jul 21, 2006
This chapter adopts a "60,000-foot view" of the challenges ahead and asks you to answer some key questions on technical, financial, and program management issues. The chapter also introduces such topics as strategic preparation and planning, architectural considerations, and program management. Upon completion, you will be prepared to describe in strategic terms where you will deploy, how you will deploy, how you will fund and manage your deployment.
By William Stallings
Apr 27, 2001
In this article, network expert Bill Stallings looks in more detail at the dominant type of LAN on the market: Ethernet.
Ethernet Case Study: Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum
By William Stallings
Apr 27, 2001
Network expert Bill Stallings provides a case study of the use of Ethernet.
Extending Your Wireless Home Network
Oct 4, 2010
What do you do when you can’t receive a strong wireless signal at the far end of your house? In this article, Michael Miller, author of Windows 7 Your Way and Wireless Networking with Windows Vista, discusses several ways to extend the range of your wireless home network — and stay connected everywhere in your house.

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