Clint Smith

Selected Works

Science Fiction
Infusion
Set in a time and a place not unlike our own, “Infusion” is a thought-provoking and fast-paced novel, with contemporary conservationist themes, about the exploitation of the Earth’s resources by an alien race, and the moral and ethical conflicts that arise due to the limited resources of the universe.
Telecommunications
3G Wireless with WiMax and WiFi
3G Wireless with 802.16 and 802.11 for mobile IP service offerings
Wireless Network Performance Handbook
Five platforms are covered: AMPS, IS-136, GSM/GPRS, CDMA, AND iDEN. Both the RF and network aspects of the engineering are described. With emphasis throughout on problem solving.
3G Wireless Networks
3G wireless Design with GSM/GPRS, CDMA2000 and UMTS
LMDS
LMDS Local Mutipoint Distribution Service Design and Implementation
Wireless Telecommunications FAQs
Wireless Telecom Reference Book
Cellular System Design and Optimization
Mobile Wireless RF and Network Design and Optimization

3G Wireless with WiMax and WiFi


3G Wireless with WiMax and WiFi
by Clint Smith, John Meyer

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional;
1 edition (August 24, 2004)
ISBN: 0071440828

Editorial Reviews
Synopsis
While it's too early to determine whether wireless companies can achieve major additional revenue streams due to 802.11 services alone, 802.11 is fast becoming a standard platform for computing devices. Each new hot spot increases pressure for cellular providers to offer WiFi integration into their existing 2.5/​3G networks. And 802.16 has the potential to create huge new revenue streams, as a wireless broadband competitor to DSL and cable modems. This book covers the design and integration of 802.11 (Wi-Fi) and 802.16 (Wi-MAX) into existing wireless operation systems. It is rigorously mathematical and aimed at the engineering community, rather than the enterprise segment.
The integration of 802.11 (Wi-Fi) and 802.16 (Wi-Max) into wireless networks is a major new potential revenue stream for service providers. This rigorous tutorial shows communications engineers how to re-engineer existing networks to integrate the new standards.
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