There is a growing need for books and preparatory materials that can help wireless engineers prepare for the IEEE WCET (Wireless Communications Engineering Technologies) certification exam. This book offers a broad exposure to the wireless communications field as it is practiced in the real world, providing the necessary practical, hands-on knowledge. The author, who was involved with the certification program development, shares in-depth knowledge and insight on the WCET exam. Readers planning to take the exam, engineers seeking to increase their knowledge of WCET, and graduate students and professors in wireless communications will find this guide invaluable.Über den Autor:
K. Daniel Wong , Phd (Stanford), is a member of the Practice Analysis Task Force (PATF), which was organized by the IEEE Communications Society and created the initial list of topics for the WCET. After teaching at the Malaysia University of Science and Technology, he started his own training and consulting company in wireless networking and software. He often teaches a variety of highly rated and well received courses on wireless communications. In addition, he has contributed to numerous books, journal and magazine papers, and conference papers.
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