Dot-Dash to Dot.Com

Dot-Dash to Dot.Com

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Telecommunications is a major global industry, and this unique book chronicles the development of this complex technology from the electric telegraph to the Internet in a simple, accessible, and entertaining way. The book opens with the early years of the electric telegraph. The reader will learn how the Morse telegraph evolved into an international network that spanned the globe, starting with the development of international undersea cables, and the heroic attempts to lay a trans-Atlantic cable. The book describes the events that led to the invention of the telephone, and the subsequent disputes over who had really invented it. It takes a look at some of the most important applications that have appeared on the Internet, the mobile revolution, and ends with a discussion of future key developments in the telecommunications industry.W-CDMA is normally used for 3G networks in countries that adopted CSM for their 2G networks. However, even countries that followed other standards are likely to use a modulation scheme based on the same principles. Appendix O: Network reliability 1. ... repair times rather than resilience. One of the techniques used to improve access network reliability is to minimize the need for manual intervention.

Title:Dot-Dash to Dot.Com
Author: Andrew Wheen
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2010-11-04

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