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Secrets of RF Circuit Design
If you like hands-on electronics, you'll love Secrets of RF Circuit Design, Third Edition, by Popular Electronics writer Joe Carr. This update of the favorite RF circuit guide of thousands of electronics enthusiasts takes you inside wireless technology with step-by-step, illustrated directions for dozens of usable projects. This super guide demonstrates RF theory as it shows you how to overcome the technical and materials challenges facing those who build real-world electronics. You learn how to... more info>>
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SIP Demystified
The Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is the signalling protocol that will deliver IP multimedia services for the third generation of mobile systems. It will merge together the cellular and Internet worlds. It will provide ubiquitous access to the services it enables, and make us a truly mobile population for the first time. These are not small claims, which might explain why some people have started looking to SIP as an all-purpose solution to building the telecom future. In fact, SIP is a ... more info>>
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Standard Handbook of Video and Television Engineering
If you're involved in designing, producing, installing, operating or maintaining video or broadcast facilities, Standard Handbook of Video and Television Engineering, Third Edition, edited by Jerry Whitaker and Blair Benson, puts you in charge of all the latest principles, standards, and technologies--from colorimetry to digital video effect to cable and satellite delivery systems.
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Stormwater Collection Systems Design Handbook
* A comprehensive overview of stormwater and wastewater collection methods from around the world, written by leading experts in the field * Includes detailed analysis of system designs, operation, maintenance and rehabilitation * The most complete reference available on the subject
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The eMarketplace: Strategies for Success in B2B eCommerce
One trillion dollars. That's what's at stake in the next few years in business-to-business e-commerce. Research shows that b-to-b spending will soar from $43 billion to over $1 trillion. Meanwhile, in the same span of time, business-to-consumer spending is expected to rise from $7.8 to only $108 billion. That's what's in the future for business-to-business electronic commerce, and companies like eSteel and PlasticsNet are already halfway there. Look no further than this comprehensive guide from ... more info>>
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Voice Over MPLS
MPLS is many things to many people. If you're moving IP voice traffic, it may mean performance gains for you. Daniel Minoli's Voice Over MPLS gives you the technical and business lowdown on innovative new solutions for packet-based voice. What does it take to build flexible, high-performance networks with enhanced quality of service? Maybe not as much as you think. RELIABLE VOICE SERVICES THAT CUSTOMERS CAN AFFORD With VoMPLS, you can deliver the quality associated with VoIP over ATM lin... more info>>
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Wireless Data for the Enterprise
Everything you should know about "going wireless" A valuable reality check for the many claims about wireless, Wireless Data For The Enterprise sorts out myth from fact, truth from exaggeration. This guide by George Faigen, Boris Fridman, and Arielle Emmett shows you how your enterprise can extend its knowledge base to encompass mobile workers, customers and suppliers--and make money doing it. This superb overview of what is currently possible with wireless data--as well as an eye-opening futuri... more info>>
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Wireless Security: Models, Threats, and Solutions
REAL-WORLD WIRELESS SECURITY This comprehensive guide catalogs and explains the full range of the security challenges involved in wireless communications. Experts Randall K. Nichols and Panos C. Lekkas lay out the vulnerabilities, response options, and real-world costs connected with wireless platforms and applications. Read this book to develop the background and skills to-- * Recognize new and established threats to wireless systems * Close gaps that threaten privary, profits, and custo... more info>>
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Six Sigma for Electronics Design and Manufacturing
Fewer defects, optimal design, lower production costs, higher quality products, and increased customer satisfaction--with benefits like those, is it any wonder that premier firms such as GE have adopted the Six Sigma approach to design and manufacturing and thousands of other companies are following suit? This powerful engineering resource provides the detailed methodologies, illustrations, and calculations needed for the implementation and improved utilization of Six Sigma in the electronics, m... more info>>
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The Dawn of Human Culture: A Bold New Theory on What Sparked the Big Bang of Human Consciousness
A bold new theory on what sparked the "big bang" of human culture. The abrupt emergence of human culture over a stunningly short period continues to be one of the great enigmas of human evolution. This compelling book introduces a bold new theory on this unsolved mystery. Author Richard Klein reexamines the archaeological evidence and brings in new discoveries in the study of the human brain. These studies detail the changes that enabled humans to think and behave in far more sophisticated ways ... more info>>
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Consumer Evolution: Nine Effective Strategies for Driving Business Growth
Consumer Evolution explores the effects of the Internet on the minds of customers and of employees and how it effectively changed the rules of business. It provides business executives with an understanding of the changing social psychology of customers, prospects, employees and markets brought about by the pervasiveness of the Internet. Consumer Evolution examines the new psychology that must be factored into the development of successful business strategies. Using specific examples and case st... more info>>
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Lessons From the Living Cell: The Limits of Reductionism
Reductionism has been an extraordinarily fruitful scientific tradition that has been with us since the Greeks when Democritus first proposed that all matter is made of unseen atoms. It takes as its central tenet the belief that a system can be understood when it is reduced to its most fundamental elements--its constituent parts. In an extreme form, however, this way of looking at nature loses a sense of the whole while arduously squinting at its smallest pieces. As we enter the Genomic Age, many... more info>>
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Voice and Video Over IP
Time-pressed executives want to learn more about emerging technologies, but can be intimidated by jargon-heavy, techno-speak books. The eBooks in this series use actual applications and case histories to introduce key technologies and show their use in real-life situations ­­ all in an easy-to-read style that doesn't sacrifice technical content.
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Access Technologies: DSL and Cable
Time-pressed executives want to learn more, but can be intimidated by jargon-heavy, techno-speak books. Access Technologies: DSL and Cable uses case histories to introduce today's key technologies, explain how they work, and show their use in real-life situations--all in an easy-to-read style that doesn't sacrifice technical content.
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The e-Auction Insider
Whether you're looking for art and antiques, computers and electronics, or even a house, browsing online auction sites can be both fun and educational. But so many auction sites and items--hundreds of new items are added every second--getting the right item for the right price or selling your own merchandise for the best price can be quite a challenge. With The e-Auction Insider, you will learn insightful strategies and secrets for getting the most out of bidding, buying, and selling online. Pac... more info>>
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IP Switching
As the Internet and intranets sag under the weight of user demand, and accusatory fingers point to routers as the bottleneck culprits, a host of new Internet Protocol (IP) switching technologies have appeared, promising rescue. But what kind of switch can actually deliver the reduced latency, improved QoS (quality of service), and greater bandwidth demanded by services such as videoconferencing, multicasting, and virtual reality? Which switches meet the needs of your network? And, perhaps most i... more info>>
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First Fruit
In 1994 a little California biotech startup called Calgene introduced the Flavr Savr tomato, the first genetically engineered whole food ever brought to market, and laid the groundwork for the entire agricultural biotechnology industry. In a fast-paced narrative full of colorful characters, surprising twists and turns, and several eye-opening revelations, Belinda Martineau chronicles the story behind the making of the Flavr Savr, from its conception, through its much-heralded introduction to mar... more info>>
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Transducing the Genome
In this important book, a scientist gives us an inside account of the historic paradigm shift underway in the life sciences as a result of The Human Genome Project, and provides a philosophical framework in which to understand biology and medicine as information sciences. In a story told on many fascinating levels, Gary Zweiger introduces us to the visionaries who first understood genes as information carriers and chronicles how their early efforts led to the birth of the new science of genomics... more info>>
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The Digital Economy
This eye-opening, fact-filled book profiles the rise of the Net Generation, which is using digital technology to change the way individuals and society interact. Essential reading for parents, teachers, policy makers, marketers, business leaders, social activists, and others, Growing Up Digital makes a compelling distinction between the baby boomer's passive medium of television and the explosion of interactive digital media, sparked by the computer and the Internet. Tapscott shows how children,... more info>>
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Optical Networking
Electronic books are ideal for today's on-the-go readers­as evidenced by the increasing use and acceptance of this medium. McGraw-Hill's ibooks-­written specifically for delivery to consumers via either a personal computer or handheld device­-are designed to help professionals stay current with the latest business information while commuting, traveling, or anywhere the traditional printed book is just not practical. As the acceptance of electronic books grows along with the use of handheld devic... more info>>
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The Last Mile
"The word is broadband and companies hope the sky is the limit."--The New York Times, March 23, 1999 How big is broadband? Its implementation will affect all 201 million current Internet users. The Last Mile provides the business community with the first look at this next Internet revolution. Discussing the business impact, strengths, and weaknesses of broadband in non-technical terms, managers and executives will learn how to become major players in the new digital future. From definition to im... more info>>
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The Coming Biotech Age
The age of Biotech is dawning, says BusinessWeek. Here's how companies will benefit from the coming revolution in biotechnology. Biotech companies are quickly becoming the new economic engines of growth and innovation--and when they explode, the Internet revolution will look like small potatoes. Businesses must prepare now for the post-information Biotech Age, and this is the book that will get them ready. Richard Oliver, author of the acclaimed The Shape of Things to Come, has created the first... more info>>
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Understanding Flight
The simplest, most intuitive book on the toughest lessons of flight--addresses the science of flying in terms, explanations, and illustrations that make sense to those who most need to understand: those who fly. Debunks long-rooted misconceptions and offers a clear, minimal-math presentation that starts with how airplanes fly and goes on to clarify a diverse range of topics, such as design, propulsion, performance, high-speed flight, and flight testing. Not-to-be missed insights for pilots, inst... more info>>
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The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Wireless Web
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Wireless Web guides eBusiness executives on a journey through the wireless Web space, with an emphasis on practical results. It shows them how to take the necessary steps toward executing a wireless Web strategy by pinpointing the major obstacles to creating a wireless Web presence. It delivers tools and techniques that enable businesses to overcome those obstacles by clearly defining their wireless Web presence, maintaining momentum during the development and deplo... more info>>
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Growing Up Digital
This ground-breaking book not only introduced the phrase "the Net Generation" to our language, but brilliantly defined why the future will be ruled by Net Culture. Tapscott clearly illustrates all the ways in which the Net Generation will influence the future. His positioning of this group helped inspire many leading companies including Hewlett-Packard to rethink their business strategies. Like HP, any company that wants to succeed will have to reach the Net Generation now--and this is the book ... more info>>
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