Wireless Internet Crash Course
This textbook provides a crash course in the wireless Internet. WAP, SMS, i-mode, and Bluetooth are all compared and contrasted for their respective strengths and weaknesses, along with the existing and potential wireless markets. Other topics are mobile applications development languages and interoperability issues.
This is an indispensable companion for wireless telecom managers, developers, network managers, engineers, technicians, sales and marketing personnel, and savvy investors, and required reading for any industry executive competing in the mobile applications arena, Wireless Internet Crash Course is your best guide through the confusing maze of wireless internet technologies.
Paperback: 350 pages
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional
Publication Date: November 14, 2001