By IEEE Communications Society
The final reference booklet for pros within the instant undefined
the data offered during this booklet displays the evolution of instant applied sciences, their influence at the career, and the industry's mostly authorized top practices. prepared into seven major parts of craftsmanship, A advisor to the instant Engineering physique of information (WEBOK) complements readers' realizing of:
- instant entry applied sciences
- community and repair structure
- community administration and safeguard
- Radio frequency engineering, propagation,and antennas
- amenities infrastructure
- Agreements, criteria, regulations, and laws
- instant engineering basics
Complemented with a great number of references and proposals for extra examining, the WEBOK is an fundamental source for someone operating within the instant undefined.
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