Wireless Internet Crash Course
Roman Kikta, Al Fisher, Michael Courtney
- 出版商: McGraw-Hill Professional
- 出版日期: 2001-11-14
- 定價: USD $42.00
- 售價: $1,150
- 貴賓價: 9.8 折 $1,127
- 語言: 英文
- 頁數: 350
- 裝訂: Paperback
- ISBN: 0071382127
- ISBN-13: 9780071382120
Need to know how i-mode stacks up against SMS or WAP? Or the inside scoop on Bluetooth? Confused about XML and WML? Making sound dollars-and-cents business decisions about wireless internet technologies just got a lot easier! In Wireless Internet Crash Course each of the competing technologies is put under a microscope and dissected feature by feature so you know all their respective strengths and weaknesses, distinguishing characteristics, and which can best meet your companys needs.
The hard-to-get, detailed marketing analysis found in this plain-English, no-nonsense resource gives you the power to evaluate, decide, and lead in a field that moves at the speed of light and where a wrong decision can cost your company millions of dollars.
An indispensable companion for wireless telecom managers, developers, network managers, engineers, technicians, sales and marketing personnel, and savvy investors, and required reading for any industry executive competing in the mobile applications arena, Wireless Internet Crash Course is your best guide through the confusing maze of wireless internet technologies.
LOOK INSIDE FOR . . .
* The comparative strengths and weaknesses of SMS, i-mode, WAP, Bluetooth, and other wireless internet technologies
* An analysis of existing and potential wireless internet markets with a focus on where the real money is and will be in the future
* Detailed coverage of interoperability issues
* The inside scoop on mobile application development languages, including XML, c-HTML, WML
* 2.5G and 3G solutions and requirements
* Real world business models
PART ONE: HISTORY OF MODERN COMMUNICATIONS
Chapter 1: First Voice Communications
Chapter 2: Cellular, True Mobility for the Masses
Chapter 3: Computing Power in Mobile Communications
Chapter 4: The Internet, A New Idea
Chapter 5: What About the Wireless Internet?
Chapter 6: Wireless Communications Devices
Chapter 7: Trends in Next-Generation Mobile Communications
Chapter 8: Terminal Technologies
Chapter 9: Infrastructure Challenges
PART TWO: DRIVING TECHNOLOGIES: COMPETING AND COMPLEMENTARY
Chapter 1: Cellular and PCS-Based Technologies
Chapter 2: Cellular Data Modem Technologies
Chapter 3: Application Programming Languages and Protocols
Chapter 4: PDA and Pocket PC Technologies
Chapter 5: Proprietary Networks
Chapter 6: Wireless LANs and Personal Area Networks
Chapter 7: Infrastructure Protocols and Applications
PART THREE: THE WIRELESS INTERNET MARKET
Chapter 1: Internet and Broadband
Chapter 2: Wireless Subscribers and Internet Growth
Chapter 3: Computer Sales
Chapter 4: Voice Interaction: Linking the Web by Voice
Chapter 5: Market Case Studies
Chapter 6: The New Generation of Customers
Chapter 7: In a Nut Shell...
PART FOUR: WIRELESS INTERNET APPLICATIONS, SERVICES, AND ACCESS-ENABLED SOLUTIONS
Chapter 1: Access versus Applications
Chapter 2: Mobility Value
Chapter 3: Adding Vision to Voice
Chapter 4: Emerging Devices
Chapter 5: Mobile Portals
Chapter 6: Messaging--The First Wireless Internet Application
Chapter 7: Personalization
Chapter 8: Content Delivery
Chapter 9: Personalized Communications
PART FIVE: BILLING AND SECURITY ISSUES
Chapter 1: Metcalfes Law in Reverse
Chapter 2: Who Can I Connect With?
Chapter 3: Universal Messaging--Have It Your Way
Chapter 4: OK, Now Whos Going to Pay for All This?
Chapter 5: M-Commerce--Security Pays Off
Chapter 6: Protecting Content
Chapter 7: A Final Word
PART SIX: COMMUNICATION PAST AND FUTURE
Chapter 1: Service Providers of the Future
Chapter 2: Services Complement Voice
Chapter 3: 4G Systems--Stay Tuned for 3D!
Chapter 4: Context-Sensitive and User-Aware