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100 1  Iannone, Eugenio,|eauthor. 
245 10 Telecommunication Networks|h[O'Reilly electronic resource]
       /|cIannone, Eugenio. 
250    1st edition 
264  1 |bCRC Press,|c2017. 
300    1 online resource (918 pages) 
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520    Many argue that telecommunications network infrastructure 
       is the most impressive and important technology ever 
       developed. Analyzing the telecom market’s constantly 
       evolving trends, research directions, infrastructure, and 
       vital needs, Telecommunication Networks responds with 
       revolutionized engineering strategies to optimize network 
       construction. Omnipresent in society, telecom networks 
       integrate a wide range of technologies. These include 
       quantum field theory for the study of optical amplifiers, 
       software architectures for network control, abstract 
       algebra required to design error correction codes, and 
       network, thermal, and mechanical modeling for equipment 
       platform design. Illustrating how and why network 
       developers make technical decisions, this book takes a 
       practical engineering approach to systematically assess 
       the network as a whole—from transmission to switching. 
       Emphasizing a uniform bibliography and description of 
       standards, it explores existing technical developments and
       the potential for projected alternative architectural 
       paths, based on current market indicators. The author 
       characterizes new device and equipment advances not just 
       as quality improvements, but as specific responses to 
       particular technical market necessities. Analyzing design 
       problems to identify potential links and commonalities 
       between different parts of the system, the book addresses 
       interdependence of these elements and their individual 
       influence on network evolution. It also considers power 
       consumption and real estate, which sometimes outweigh 
       engineering performance data in determining a product’s 
       success. To clarify the potential and limitations of each 
       presented technology and system analysis, the book 
       includes quantitative data inspired by real products and 
       prototypes. Whenever possible, it applies mathematical 
       modeling to present measured data, enabling the reader to 
       apply demonstrated concepts in real-world situations. 
       Covering everything from high-level architectural elements
       to more basic component physics, its focus is to solve a 
       problem from different perspectives, and bridge 
       descriptions of well-consolidated solutions with newer 
       research trends. 
533    Electronic reproduction.|bBoston, MA :|cSafari,|nAvailable
       via World Wide Web.|d2012. 
538    Mode of access: World Wide Web. 
542    |fCopyright © CRC Press 2012|g2012 
550    Made available through: Safari, an O’Reilly Media Company.
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