- Third Generation (3G) wireless networks are in the works in Europe and Asia, and 2.5G networks that incorporate some 3G features are being rolled out in the United States
- Hands-on guide to integrating cell phone or PDA/portable PC products with present and future wireless network hardware
- Addresses topics such as quality of service (QoS) and service level agreements (SLAs) from a wireless perspective
- Presents an in-depth review of both handset and network hardware and software
PART ONE: 3G HARDWARE.
Chapter 1:Spectral Allocations–Impact on Handset Hardware Design.
Chapter 2: GPRS/EDGE Handset Hardware.
Chapter 3: 3G Handset Hardware.
Chapter 4: 3G Handset Hardware Form Factor and Functionality.
Chapter 5: Handset Hardware Evolution.
PART TWO: 3G HANDSET SOFTWARE.
Chapter 6: 3G Handset Software Form Factor and Functionality.
Chapter 7: Source Coding.
Chapter 8: MExE-Based QoS.
Chapter 9: Authentication and Encryption.
Chapter 10: Handset Software Evolution.
PART THREE: 3G NETWORK HARDWARE.
Chapter 11: Spectral Allocations–Impact on Network Hardware Design.
Chapter 12: GSM-MAP/ANSI 41 Integration.
Chapter 13: Network Hardware Optimization.
Chapter 14: Offered Traffic.
Chapter 15: Network Hardware Evolution.
PART FOUR: 3G NETWORK SOFTWARE.
Chapter 16: The Traffic Mix Shift.
Chapter 17: Traffic Shaping Protocols.
Chapter 18: Service Level Agreements.
Chapter 19: 3G Cellular/3G TV Software Integration.
Chapter 20: Network Software Evolution.