Understanding Telecommunications Networks is a great first textbook for students of Telecommunications Engineering, as well as a useful handbook for practicing telecoms engineers.
What does this book cover?
If you are just beginning your studies, or simply want to understand how modern telecommunications work, then Understanding Telecommunications Networks is a great choice. It uses plain approachable language and simple visual diagrams to convey the basics of telecoms in a way that engineers and non-specialists alike can understand and use.
This paperback edition of Understanding Telecommunications Networks includes detailed chapters on:
About the Authors
Andy Valdar has worked with organisations as diverse as BT and the United nations, in strategy development, regulation development, product and marketing management, training, international standardisation, network planning and other aspects of the telecoms industry for more than 3 decades. He has taught telecommunications strategy at University College London since 1999.
Understanding Telecommunications Networks is a broad and inclusive survey of modern commercial voice and data networks, and the advantages different approaches have for each.