CWA Study Guide & Reference Book

Certified Wireless Analyst
companion reference textbook and TCO CWA certification study guide

Printed softcover

eBook on Amazon    eBook on Google Play

 

 

CWA covers the core technical knowledge needed by anyone serious in the wireless business today:

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

Hot off the press is the companion reference textbook and certification study guide, available in print or ebook from Amazon or Google Play.

The CWA companion reference textbook and certification study guide corresponds directly to the CWA online courses and exams. For each lesson, detailed text notes are provided along with the main graphic.

Many people find they learn better with a companion book!

Printed softcover   eBook on Amazon  eBook on Google Play

 

Textbook now available on iTunes, Amazon Kindle and Google Play Books

Almost finished a 3.5-year-long project to get our training courses available online, last major milestone accomplished today with the companion reference textbook now available on iTunes, Amazon Kindle and Google Play Books.

Learning all the material in the book took 25 years.
Writing the book in Word took six months.
Putting it in Adobe inDesign to export it in EPUB format (eBook) took three months.

Amazon took 10 minutes to open an account and upload the book to Amazon kindle.
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00F3KCDOS
You can read the book on pretty much any device
They take 70% commission and pay 30% to the author.

Google took a week to get the book uploaded and online on Google Play Books.
https://play.google.com/store/books/details/Telecom_Datacom_and_Networking_for_Non_Engineers_C?id=aAQ9Nub9VIMC
You can read the book on pretty much any device.
They take 30% commission and pay 70% to the author.
They put the book on sale at a reduced price, but still pay 70% of the list price to the author.

Apple took two weeks to get uploaded and online on iTunes iBooks.
https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/telecom-datacom-networking/id705339315?mt=11
You can only upload the book from an Apple computer. Not a PC, iPhone, iPad or iPod.
You can only read the book on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Not on any computer.
They take 30% commission and pay 70% to the author.
They put the book on sale at a reduced price, but only pay 70% of the sale price to the author.

Why did I put Amazon first on the list?? They keep all the money! Google Play seems the best, since it is both the cheapest and you can read the book on any device. But does anyone actually buy books on Google Play Books? iTunes of course has the most users and so maybe the most people will see it there. Time will tell…