Tag Archives: Telecommunication

New title for Communication and Information Engineering

Bispectral methods of signal processing : applications in radar, telecommunications and digital image restoration
By Alexander V. Totsky, Alexander A. Zelensky, Victor F. Kravchenko.
TK5102.9.T717, Lee Wee Nam Library

Synopsis:

By studying applications in radar, telecommunications and digital image restoration, this monograph discusses signal processing techniques based on bispectral methods. Improved robustness against different forms of noise as well as preservation of phase information render this method a valuable alternative to common power-spectrum analysis used in radar object recognition, digital wireless communications, and jitter removal in images.
[As taken from Amazon]

New title for Communication and Information Engineering

Introduction to communication networks
By Tarmo Anttalainen, Ville Jääskeläinen.
TK5101.A636, Lee Wee Nam Library

Synopsis:

This new book is an introduction to modern communications networks that now rely far less on telephone services and more on cellular and IP networks. The resource is designed to provide answers to the fundamental questions concerning tele–communications networks and services. This includes the structure and main components of a modern telecommunications network; the importance of standardization; and how cellular mobile networks operate; among many others. In addition, you are provided with problems and review questions to work though and help you master the material. [As taken from Amazon]

New title for Communication and Information Engineering

Security management of next generation telecommunications networks and services
By Stuart Jacobs.
E Book, Online

Synopsis:
This book will cover network management security issues and currently available security mechanisms by discussing how network architectures have evolved into the contemporary NGNs which support converged services (voice, video, TV, interactive information exchange, and classic data communications). It will also analyze existing security standards and their applicability to securing network management. This book will review 21st century security concepts of authentication, authorization, confidentiality, integrity, nonrepudiation, vulnerabilities, threats, risks, and effective approaches to encryption and associated credentials management/control. The book will highlight deficiencies in existing protocols used for management and the transport of management information. [As taken from Amazon]

New title for Communication and Information Engineering

Mobile telecommunications networks : restructuring as a response to a challenging environment
By Peter Curwen, Jason Whalley.
HE9713.C982mt, Lee Wee Nam Library

Synopsis:

The focus of the book is on service providers, who are the primary interface between the industry and its users. The discussion gives emphasis to the most prominent operators and is divided into regions for ease of analysis. Prior to this, there is an examination of where these companies stand in relation to the FT500 largest companies in the world and an analysis of Merger and Acquisition (M&A) activity in the industry. The authors also provide a review of the latest wave of technology, known as Long Term Evolution (LTE). Through detailed case studies, the book demonstrates the complexity of the industry’s structure and sheds light on such controversies as corporate taxation. Peter Curwen and Jason Whalley conclude with an overview of where the industry has been and more importantly, where it is going. [As taken from Amazon]