The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Communications Society designed the IEEE wireless communication engineering technologies (WCET) certification program to address the wireless industry’s growing need for communications professionals with practical problem-solving skills in real-world situations. Individuals who achieve this prestigious certification are recognized as possessing the required knowledge, skill, and abilities to meet wireless challenges in various industry, business, corporate, and organizational settings.
Presenting contributions from 50 wireless communications experts from all corners of the world, Get Certified: A Guide to Wireless Communication Engineering Technologies provides an authoritative review of the seven areas of expertise covered on WCET exam. It supplies cutting-edge coverage of the broad range of topics related to wireless communications to facilitate the technical competency required to achieve certification. The text outlines industry agreements, standards, policies, and regulations including licenses and permits, health and safety, and compliance.
With coverage ranging from basic concepts to research-grade material and future directions, the book provides a general overview of the evolution of wireless technologies, their impact on the profession, and common professional best practices. The book’s well-structured presentation along with suggestions for further information and study, make it an indispensible guide for attaining WCET certification and a comprehensive source of reference for wireless professionals to keep pace with ever-evolving technology and standards in the field.
Table of Contents
Introduction; Syed Ahson
Access Methods; Bernd-Peter Paris
Adaptation Techniques for Wireless Communication Systems; Huseyin Arslan
Coding Techniques; Quazi Mehbubar Rahman and Mohamed Ibnkahla
Modulation Methods; Gordon L. Stuber
Cellular Systems; Lal C. Godara
An Overview of cdma2000, WCDMA, and ED GE; Tero OjanperA and Steven D. Gray
Universal Mobile for Telecommunication Systems; Mohamad Assaad and Djamal Zeghlache
High-Speed Downlink Packet Access; Mohamad Assaad and Djamal Zeghlache
IEEE 802.16-Based Wireless MAN; Sahar Ghazal and Jalel Ben-Othman
3GPP Long-Term Evolution; Gabor Fodor, Andras Racz, Norbert Reider,Andras Temesvary, Gerardo Gomez David Morales-Jimenez, F. Javier Lopez-Martinez,Juan J. Sanchez, and Jose Tomas Entrambasaguas
Mobile Internet Protocol; Andrianus Yofy and Watit Benjapolakul
SIP: Advanced Media Integration; Marisol Hurtado, Andre Rios, Antoni Oller,
Jesus Alcober, and Sebastia Sallent
VoIP in a Wireless Mobile Network; Qi Bi, Yang Yang, and Qinqi ng Zhang
IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS); Mojca Volk, Mitja Stular, Janez Bester, Andrej Kos, and Saso Tomazic
Location-Based Services; Ben Falchuk, Dave Famolari, and Shoshana Loeb
Authentication and Privacy in Wireless Systems; Thomas M. Chen and Nhut Nguyen
Network Management Tools; Teresa Piliouras
Blueprints and Guidelines for Telecommunication; Service Providers; Kornel Terplan and Paul Hoffmann
Antenna Technology; James B. West
Diversity; Arogyaswami J. Paulraj
Multiple-Input Multiple-Output Systems in Wireless Communications; Sreco Plevel, Saso Tomažič, Tornaz Javornik, and G. Kandus
This indispensible guide is written by Syed Ahson of Microsoft and Mohammed Ilyas of Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton.