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Handbook of Emerging Communications Technologies

The Next Decade, 1st Edition

Edited by Rafael Osso

CRC Press

416 pages

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pub: 1999-08-26
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Communication technologies change the way we live our lives-the ways we communicate and share information, the news, and our entertainment.

The new millennium promises to bring some of the most volatile activity in the history of communications, as we continue to be bombarded by new standards and technologies. The near frenzy of corporate mergers and acquisitions accelerates technological development and can provide hints of what is to come. With the rapid appearance of new protocols, standards, and tools, it becomes increasingly difficult -and increasingly important-for communications professionals to remain up-to-date on new and emerging technologies.

The Handbook of Emerging Communications Technologies: The Next Decade fills this gap. Until now, information on many of its topics, such as Multiprotocol over ATM, IP Multicasting, and RSVP, existed only as fragmented articles on the Internet or as complex feature specifications. In this landmark volume, 18 leading authorities each tackle one of the cutting edge technologies destined to shape the future. Each chapter

  • Describes a technology and any standards on which it is based

  • Discusses its impact on the communications field

  • Forecasts its future direction

    Developed primarily for telecommunications specialists network managers, developers, and analysts, the Handbook of Emerging Communications Technologies: The Next Decade, offers the opportunity to acquire a deeper understanding of future technologies necessary to remaining current, and serves as a valuable reference guide for corporate executives, planners, and information managers-anyone seeking general knowledge about where the communications industry is heading.

  • Reviews

    "…quite diverse…technical, yet even non-specialists will likely find the material covered understandable and helpful…consistent style…"

    -Choice, March 2000

    Table of Contents

    Preface

    Resource ReSerVation Protocol (RSVP), Sonia Fahmy and Raj Jain

    Multimedia Over IP: RSVP, RTP, RTCP, RTSP, Chunlei Liu

    Video Transmission Over Wireless Links: State of the Art and Future Challenges, Antonio Ortega and Masoud Khansari

    JMAPI - Java Management Application Programming Interface, Mario Francois Jauvin

    Cable Modems and HFC, Albert Azzam

    DVD Technology, Bruce Klopfenstein

    Switched Network Carrying Capacities, George Scheets and Mark Allen

    The Development of Multiprotocol Label Switching to Integrate IP with ATM for the Internet Backbone, Andrew Malis

    Designing Multipoint Logically Switched Optical Networks, Eric Bouillet

    Multi-wavelength Optical Networks, Krishna Bala

    IP and Integrated Services, Saleem N. Bhatti

    Satellite Communications, Ahmad Khanifar

    Internet/MBONE Audio, V. Hardman and O. Hodson

    Broadcasting in the Internet Age: Emerging Business Models for Broadcasting, Richard Ducey

    High Definition Television, Douglas A. Ferguson

    The New Technologies of Radio: Terrestrial Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB) and Satellite Digital Audio Radio Service (DARS), Ted Carlin

    Key Concepts in Electronic Commerce, Bruce Klopfenstein

    Emerging Security Testing, Evaluation, and Validation: The Key to Enhancing Consumer Trust in Security-Enhanced Products, Paul Brusil, Arnold Johnson, and Edwin Steeble

    About the Series

    Advanced & Emerging Communications Technologies

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    Subject Categories

    BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
    COM043000
    COMPUTERS / Networking / General
    TEC007000
    TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Electrical
    TEC041000
    TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Telecommunications