"The only continuing source that helps users analyze, plan, design, evaluate, and manage integrated telecommunications networks, systems, and services, The Froehlich/Kent Encyclopedia of Telecommunications presents both basic and technologically advanced knowledge in the field. An ideal reference source for both newcomers as well as seasoned specialists, the Encyclopedia covers seven key areas--Terminals and Interfaces; Transmission; Switching, Routing, and Flow Control; Networks and Network Control; Communications Software and Protocols; Network and system Management; and Components and Processes."
Table of Contents
"Codes for the Prevention of Errors, Richard E. Blahut Coding of Facsimile Images, Amalie J. Frank Colpitts, Edwin H., Monica Krueger Comma-Free and Synchronizable Codes, Bob Neveln Command, Control, and Communications Systems, Walter R. Beam Common Channel Signaling, Richard R. Goldberg Common Channel Interoffice Signaling (CCIS). Communication Aids for People with Special Needs, Victor L. Ransom and Laura S. Redmann Communication Gateway Services for Videotex, Linda J. Laskowski, Nancy K. Metzler, Heather S. Tooker, and Keith D. Wallin Communication in Education, Daniel J. Hunt Communication over Fading Radio Channels, Seymour Stein Communication Printed Wiring Interconnection Technology, W. Bernard Wargotz Communication Protocols for Computer Networks: Fundamentals, Taieb F. Znati Communication Terminals, Richard A. Thompson Communication with Intelligent Modems, David C. Rife Communications, Acoustic. Communications and Information Network Service Assurance, Carl V. Ripa Communications Frequency Standards, Samuel R. Stein and John R. Vig "