Packed with information, authoritative, up to date, covering all major topics - and written in plain English - Telecom 101 is also an invaluable textbook and day-to-day reference on telecom.
Telecom 101 is also the Certification Study Guide for the Telecommunications Certification Organization TCO Certified Telecommunications Analyst (CTA) telecommunications certification, covering all material required for the CTA Certification Exam.
7" x 9" softcover book • 488 pages • 4th edition • published 2016
ISBN 9781894887038 (print) ISBN 9781894887786 (eBook)
By Amazon Customer on August 6, 2017
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This is by far and away the best book for someone in the telecom field who works with these products on a daily basis. There is no other book that I have found that addresses these concepts in a clear and relevant manner. I work for AT&T and trust me, this book is on point.
It is also meaningful for someone interested in learning about telecom. The author starts the book by providing an overview of telecom and how it relates to modern technologies in use today.
Not only is the information extremely relevant and well written, the author is humorous and uses great real world examples to validate his points. A must read!!
By Boruch T. on July 26, 2016
Format: Kindle Edition | Verified Purchase
It's an EXCEPTIONAL book. it explains EVERYTHING in Telecom in such plain easy to understand English. From Binary codes to how carriers perform COS and QOS by MPLS everything was explained thoroughly and easy language. Its a must for anybody that plans on dealing with telecom.
Telecom, Datacom and Networking for Non-Engineers is the Study Guide for the TCO Certified Telecommunications Network Specialist (CTNS) telecommunications certification, and the companion reference textbook for Teracom online CTNS training courses
This book is ideal for self-study and reference, delivering the core knowledge needed in telecommunications today: fundamental concepts and jargon, the PSTN, wireless telecommunications, the OSI model and Layers, Ethernet, IP packets, IP addresses, networks and routers, MPLS, carrier networks and carrier services.
7" x 9" softcover book • 362 pages • published September 2013
ISBN 9781894887052 (print) ISBN 9781894887069 (eBook)
By Amazon Customer Chris on March 19, 2017
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This book parallels the CTNS (Certified Telecommunications Network Specialist) certification offered by https://www.teracomtraining.com/. If you need to know the basics of telecom and IT networking, I highly recommend it!
By W. Guest. on June 29, 2015
Format: Perfect Paperback
This is an excellent overview of Telecom, Datacom, and Networking.
Eric Coll is an articulate, thoughtful technical writer with an obvious mastery of this challenging field, and he brings all his skill to bear in this book.
For such a broad technical coverage, the book avoids skipping over critical points, and provides an in-depth look as appropriate to allow you to put everything into proper perspective, and to relate how each technology works with the others.
There are a number of excellent analogies, some neat history, and overall, a simply excellent structure. Easy to read, memorable, and chock-full of information.
I hesitate to call books brilliant, but this is about as close to that as it comes.
Very, very highly recommended!
Get the core technical knowledge needed by anyone serious in the wireless business today - plus TCO Certification to prove it:
Course 2231: Wireless Fundamentals
• Radio fundamentals. Radio spectrum.
• Digital radio: modems and modulation
Course 2232: Mobile Communications
• Cellular principles. Mobility and handoffs.
• Digital voice. Mobile Internet Access.
• The generations: 1G, 2G, 3G, 4G
• The technologies: FDMA, TDMA, CDMA and OFDM
• The systems: GSM, 1X, UMTS, HSPA and LTE
Course 2233: Fixed Wireless
• Wireless LANs, 802.11 standards, WiFi, security
• Bluetooth, WiMAX, point-to-point and satellites
Specifically designed for non-engineers, this certification will get you up to speed on the fundamentals of radio, the jargon and buzzwords, technologies in use, and ideas behind them on all major wireless systems in use today from 4G LTE to 700 MHz spectrum, including 802.11 WiFi.
A Certified Wireless Analyst is knowledgeable of the full range of wireless technologies including radio and spectrum fundamentals, mobile communications concepts and network technologies, as well as WiFi and other fixed wireless. This knowledge enables a CWA to stand out from the rest, perform analysis, write reports, make recommendations and provide effective contributions in project management, business and product development, software design, sales, marketing, finance and many other job functions.This companion reference textbook and certification study guide corresponds directly to the CWA online courses and exams, with the main graphic plus detailed text notes for each lesson.
Without bogging down on technical details, you will understand the fundamental concepts and basics behind mobility and wireless communications: the ideas, technology, jargon and buzzwords, and most importantly, how it all fits together.