Wireless Communications: Principles and Practice is a guide to wireless communications technology and system design. It provides complete information on cellular, cordless telephone, and personal communication systems, including AMPS, ETACS, U.S. Digital Cellular, GSM, CDMA, DECT, WACS, CT-2, PDC, and CDPD. It has examples of solved problems. All major concepts are elucidated with clear explanations of all major concepts and hundreds of figures, tables, and diagrams.
About the Author
Theodore S. RappaportÂ is the David Lee/Ernst Weber Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the Polytechnic Institute of New York University and State University (NYU-Poly), and is a professor of computer science at New York Universityâ€™s Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences. He is also a professor of radiology at the NYU School of Medicine. In 1990 he founded the Mobile & Portable Radio Research Group at Virginia Tech, one of the first university research and educational programs focused on wireless communications.