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by Sandeep Singhal,Thomas Bridgman,Lalitha Suyranarayana,Daniel Manuey,Jim Chan,David Bevis,Stefan Hild,Jari Alvinen

  • ISBN: 0201703114
  • Category: Technology
  • Author: Sandeep Singhal,Thomas Bridgman,Lalitha Suyranarayana,Daniel Manuey,Jim Chan,David Bevis,Stefan Hild,Jari Alvinen
  • Subcategory: Networking & Cloud Computing
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Addison-Wesley; 1st edition (January 15, 2001)
  • Pages: 678 pages
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The Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) and its related specifications seem likely to be the technologies that really bring inexpensive Internet connectivity to the masses; many studies predict that wireless Internet devices will outnumber traditional computer terminals within a couple o. .

The Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) and its related specifications seem likely to be the technologies that really bring inexpensive Internet connectivity to the masses; many studies predict that wireless Internet devices will outnumber traditional computer terminals within a couple of years.

WAP-The Wireless Application Protocol: Writing Applications for the Mobile Internet by Sandeep Singhal; Thomas . Sandeep Singhal; Thomas Bridgman; Lalitha Suryanarayana; Daniel Mauney; Jari Alvinen; David Bevis; Jim Chan; Stefan Hild.

Sandeep Singhal; Thomas Bridgman; Lalitha Suryanarayana; Daniel Mauney; Jari Alvinen; David Bevis; Jim Chan; Stefan Hild. Published by Addison Wesley (2000). ISBN 10: 0201703114 ISBN 13: 9780201703115.

The Wireless Application Protocol: Writing Applications for the Mobile Internet by Sandeep Singhal, Thomas Bridgman, Lalitha Suyranarayana, Daniel Manuey, Jim Chan, David Bevis, Stefan Hild, and Jari Alvinen.

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Sandeep Singhal, Thomas Bridgman, Lalitha Suyranarayana, Daniel Manuey, Jim Chan, David Bevis, Stefan Hild, Jari Alvinen, Wireless Application Protocol, Pearson Education, 2000.

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Sandeep Singhal, The Wireless Application Protocol, Writing Applications for Mobile Internet, Pearson Education, 2000 Learning WML, and WMLScript, Programming the Wireless Web, Martin Frost, Publisher: O'Reilly 2000 REFERENCE BOOKS William Stallings, Wireless Communications and Networks, PHI/Pearson Education, 2002 Theodore S Rappaport, Wireless Communication Principles and Practice, 2nd Ed, Pearson Education. 2002 C. Y. Lee and William, Mobile Cellular Telecommunications, 2nd Ed, McGraw Hill.

Wireless channels are becoming more and more important, with the future development of wireless ad-hoc networks and the integration of mobile and satellite .

Wireless channels are becoming more and more important, with the future development of wireless ad-hoc networks and the integration of mobile and satellite communications. В To this end, algorithmic detection aspects (involved in the physical layer) will become fundamental in the design of a communication system. This book proposes a unified approach to detection for stochastic channels, with particular attention to wireless channels

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(Pearson Education) A guide to the mobile Internet, the technology that powers it, and how to write content and applications for it. A tutorial and reference for content and application developers and business strategists and service planners, setting the standard for WAP resources. DLC: Computer network protocols.
Reviews about The Wireless Application Protocol: Writing Applications for the Mobile Internet (4):
Whitemaster
I love this book. It's complete, goes right into the details and is clearly written. I cannot think of a higher compliment to pay a book or author. If you're a WAP developer or are ramping up for a WAP development project this book will get you there. I loved the treatment of WML, deploying services and wireless telephony applications. I highly recommend this book.
Yozshujinn
Hi, fellows ! The book is really easy to read, i agree with previous reader. And who still thinks, that this is a good technologie, i will recommend it. There are practical all things, what you need to develop a WAP solution.
But, what about is this book ? About WAP - technological useless solution for wide marketing actions. Dear fellows, WAP is out, and there is no back for this technologie. Just wait a little bit the new UMTS system and we will se, what technologie will bring with itself.
If you think in your enterprice about this solution - forget it. And finaly don't buy this one, you can cabbage some money for beer or another book.
Topmen
Whether you love it or hate it - WAP is here to stay. For many it is a necessary engineering pothole to fill. This book is a clearly written guide and reference. Of all my WAP books, this sits in easiest reach. The writing is solid, the topics up to date, and the subject is comprehensive. It is also a cohesive engineering view of WAP elements. I would strongly recommend this as a teaching text as well. The book takes you from the very beginning and moves cohesively into the advanced subjects of WML and WAP. A true resource for those of us that need to support the web phone market.
Hiylchis
This book is complete. To the best of my knowledge it is the most complete book you can find. The only problem I see with this book is that, the author spend too much time explaining the background of the WAP protocol. Personally I care less about the historical side view.

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