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

 

Telecom 101 – Fourth Edition, 2016 released and on sale!

Telecom 101 Textbook – Fourth Edition 2016 is out
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9781894887038_frontcoverHigh-Quality Reference Book and Study Guide Covering All Major Topics, Up To Date To 2016… in Plain English.

It’s been eight years since the last edition (an eon in technology time). Hot off the press! The new Fourth Edition is totally updated to today’s IP and Ethernet telecom technologies – while still starting with the fundamentals.

Packed with information, authoritative, up to date, covering all major topics – and written in plain English – Telecom 101 is an invaluable textbook and day-to-day reference on telecommunications.

Telecom 101 covers the core knowledge set required in the telecom business today: the technologies, the players, the products and services, jargon and buzzwords, and most importantly, the underlying ideas… and how it all fits together.

The course materials for Teracom’s famous Course 101 Telecom, Datacom and Networking for Non-Engineers, augmented with additional topics and bound in this one volume bring you consistency, completeness and unbeatable value.

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Telecom 101
7″ x 9″ softcover textbook • 488 pages
4th edition • Published March 2016
print ISBN 9781894887038
eBook ISBN 9781894887786
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Your Go-To Telecom Resource

Covering all major topics, we begin with the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN), then

• progress in a logical order, building one concept on top of another,
• from voice and data fundamentals to digital, packets, IP and Ethernet, VoIP,
• fiber and wireless, DSL and cable, routers and networks, MPLS, ISPs and CDNs,
• and finish with the Brave New World of IP Telecom, where voice, data and video are the same thing.

• An invaluable day-to-day reference handbook

• Learn and retain more reading a hard copy, professionally printed and bound

• Up-to-date: published 2016

• Allows you to study and review topics before attending a course

• An economical and convenient way to self-study
… these are the materials to an instructor-led course that costs $1395 to attend.

• The Certification Study Guide for the prestigious Telecommunications Certification Organization (TCO) Certified Telecommunications Analyst (CTA) telecommunications certification.

 

Value Pricing

Written by our top instructor, Eric Coll, M.Eng., Telecom 101 contain 35 years of knowledge and learning distilled and organized into an invaluable study guide and practical day-to-day reference for non-engineers.

Looking through the chapter list and detailed outline below, you’ll see that many chapters of Telecom 101 are like self-contained reference books on specific topics, like the PSTN, IP, LANs, MPLS and cellular.

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Digitally-Signed Email: Authentication and Digital Signatures

E-mail was one of the first “killer apps” on the Internet, and has been a major contributor to increases in productivity over the past ten years. Of course, along with email came the scourge of spam. Criminals infect computers with trojan horse programs, creating collections of machines they control remotely to send millions of unsolicited offers for fake watches, pirated software, phony medications and ecard invitations to infect your computer.

As spam reaches 30, 40 or even 100 unwanted messages per day on a targeted account, it is becoming essential to automatically separate legitimate messages from spam. One tool available to senders of legitimate emails to aid the recipient in this process is to digitally sign their messages, allowing the recipient to establish a level of comfort that the message actually came from the indicated sender.

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