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2G | 2.4GHz Band | 2.5G (1xRTT) | 3G | 3GPP | 3GPP LTE | 3GPP2 | 4G | 5.0GHz Band| 5.8GHz Band| 802.11 - WLAN - Wireless LAN - ALL 802.11 SPECS | 802.11a | 802.11b | 802.11g | 802.11n | 802.11 PROTOCOLS - speeds, bandwith,... | 900MHz Band | Access Points | ACRONYMS / GLOSSARIES | ADSL / DSL / GLITE / HDSL / SHDSL / VDSL / xDSL,... | AES | Android | Android ANTI-VIRUS | Android OS Information | Android Phones & Devices | ANSI | ANSI C12.22 | ARM | Articles | Automation, Home | Bandwidth Calculators | Best Practices | BLUETOOTH | BLUETOOTH 2 | BLUETOOTH 4 | BOOKS | BREW | BREW PROGRAMMING| BROADBAND | Cable / DSL Modems | CAMEL | CCK | CCMP | CDMA | CDMA vs GSM | CDMA 1x RTT | CDMA2000 | Cell Phones | Cell Relay | Channels and Frequencies | Channel Spacing withing 2.4 GHz band | Cirrus Logic ARM9 |
CONNECTION SPEED TEST | Converged Networking | Crestron | DHCP | DICTIONARIES | EAP | Encryption | EvDO | EvDO Rev 0/A/B/C| FoIP | Firewalls | Fixed Wireless Broadband | Frame Relay (FR) | FR VPN| GLOSSARIES | GPRS | GPRS Testing | GSM | GSM Testing | GSM Vulnerabilities | Hot Spots | Hotels, Internet Access | HSDPA | HSUPA | iDEN | IM | IMSI | IMSI-catcher | Insteon | IP | iPAQ | iPhone | IP VPN IS-95 | J2ME | J2ME Personal Profile and CDC | JAVA | LEAP | LTE | LTE-D | MD5 | MIDP | MIMO | MMI - MultiModal Interaction | MMS | MMSC | Mobile Malware / Viruses | Modems | NFC - Near Field Communication | NETWORK | NEWS | NEWS, Current | ORGANIZATIONS | Other Information | Other Resources | PACKET RADIO | PALM | Palringo | PDA, other | PEAP | Phones | Pocket PC | Protocols | QA | QAM | QNX | QoS | R-UIM | Reference Books | REFERENCES | RF4CE | Routers | Router Reviews | Routers / Switches / Hubs - Enterprise | ROUTING | Security, Wireless | Security, ISSUES / VULNERABILITIES | SIM Cards |
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Access Points

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Acronyms / Glossaries - Wireless / Telecom

ACRONYMS/GLOSSARY - David Woodsmall Bluetooth Glossary Cell phone term definitions/Glossary (Phone Scoop) Wireless Glossary - Select term from left-hand pane Wireless Glossary: General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) Internetworking Terms and Acronyms - Cisco Home Networking Acronyms Networking Acronyms - Jeff Custard's Mobile Terms and Acronyms - Glossary Mobile Glossary - pdf Telecom and Satellite Acronyms Telecom Glossary - FCC Video Conference Glossary Wireless Glossary: Mobile phone network or Mobile system Wireless Terminolog Definition - Glossary

2G

2G - definition 2.4GHz - The 2.4 GHz band is part of the ISM [Industrial, Scientific and Medical] license-free radio bands. Both 802.11 and Bluetooth operate within this band. Addional frequencies of the ISM band include the 900MHz band and the 5.8GHz band. Note that wireless telephones also use all three of these bands. See also 802.11.

2.5G (CDMA 1xRTT)

CDMA 1xRTT

3G

3GPP 3G - Europe 3GPP2 CDMA vs. GSM: What's the Difference? CDMA vs GSM - Difference and Comparison - diffen.com CDMA Vs. GSM – Which is More Preferable? GSM Vs CDMA: Whats the diffrence? - YouTube How to Identify iPhone 4 (GSM) and iPhone 4 (CDMA) 3G - eurotechnology WCDMA vs. CDMA2000 1X EV-DO, who is winning the 3G war?

3GPP - Third-Generation Partnership Project

The European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) pioneered the concept of "Partnership Project" in telecumminications by establishing Third-Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) in December 1988. 3GPP was initated as a global initiative for a single globally common 3G standard. However, different cellular operators went their own ways in determining the choice of technology. 3GPP was able to attract a large portion of the cellular market by providing both TDMA and CDMA-basde solutions. 3GPP Org

3GPP2 - Third-Generation Partnership Project 2

Third-Generation Partnership Project 2 is a collaborative effort for Generating 3G specifications for providing high-speed IP-based mobile systems. It was established for developing global specifications for network evolution from ANSI/TIA/EIA-41 to 3G, and global specifications for the radio transmission tehcnologies supported by ANSI/TIA/EIA-41. 3GPP2 is mainly supported in North America, China, Japan and South Korea. 3GPP2 Org

4G

At present the download speed for imode data is limited to 9.6 kbit/sec 4G Trends SEE ALSO: 3GPP Long Term Evolution (LTE) which is about 6 times slower than an ISDN fixed line connection. With 504i handsets the download data rate was increased 3-fold to 28.8kbps. However, in actual use the data rates are usually slower, especially in crowded areas, or when the network is "congested". For third generation mobile (3G) data rates are 384 kbps (download) maximum, typically around 200kbps, and 64kbps upload since spring 2001. Fourth generation (4G) mobile communications will have higher data transmission rates than 3G. 4G mobile data transmission rates are planned to be up to 20 megabits per second. 4G - eurotechnology 5.0GHz - One of the ISM license-free radio bands 802.11a, 802.11n 5.8GHz - One of the ISM license-free radio bands, also used for Wi-Fi and wireless telephones. See also Wi-Fi. 900MHz - One of the ISM license-free radio bands, also used for Wi-Fi and wireless telephones. See also Wi-Fi. Also being used a lot for 3G, instead of the 2100 MHz band (2100? that what they said - seems more likely to about 1800 MHz). VSWR for testing 900Mhz freq hopper antenna & cable Telecom Heavyweights Test UMTS 900 Industry's First 3G W-CDMA 900 MHz Calls Application Note 900 MHz/IMT - PDF HSL's 2.75G Femtocell Unveiled and GSM 900Mhz Band Support eCommunications: Radio Spectrum Policy: GSM 900/1800

ARTICLES - NEWS

Tawkon Debuts Free Cellular Radiation App for Android AND OTHER SMART PHONES Android’s New Hacker Dream ADK Makes Anything an Accessory Mobile Application Testing - List of Sites for All BREW Handsets and Specs Common Cell Phone Encryption Cracked, Published Online Code That Protects Most Cellphone Calls Is Deciphered - NYTimes.com GSM call encryption code cracked, published for the whole world to view FCC's broadband coordinator warns of spectrum shortage Garmin Nuvi 755T - My latest (11/2009) recommended GPS OMG - 802.11n was FINALLY ratified Sept 14, 2009 - do we even care anymore? Ratified - IEEE 802.3at-2009 Power over Ethernet (PoE) Plus standard - 51 watts over existing CAT5e-and-above cables German hackers crack GSM encryption - 25th August 2009 RUSSIAN ANDROID PHONE BOASTS DUAL DISPLAYS NOKIA'S OPEN SOURCE MOBILE STACK GETS QT BLUETOOTH SDK PUMPS UP ANDROID'S PROFILES 223 MILLION OPEN SOURCE SMARTPHONES BY 2014? Hacking the iPAQ with Linux, for fun and profit UWB Group Hands off to Wireless USB, Bluetooth & DISBANDS 3GSM Apple Patent Hints at iPhone

BLUETOOTH Information

See also Dave's list of Organizations

See also Dave's List of Standards

Bluebugging - stealing mobile phone commands Bluejacking - sending unsolicited text messages Bluesniping - using a laptop and powerful antenna to attack from a distance Bluesnarfing - stealing information War-nibbling: driving around looking for Bluetooth signals to attack Bluetooth Glossary Securing Bluetooth Devices BLUETOOTH VERNABILITIES Bluetooth - Wikipedia Bluetooth Special Interest Group Bluetooth Resource Center - palowireless ** Bluetooth: - Getting Past the Rhetoric What is Bluetooth Bluetooth - new Enhanced Data Rate Device Discovery - Bluetooth A Formal Analysis of Bluetooth Device Discovery How To - Prevent Bluetooth device discovery when within range

Bluetooth version 4

Bluetooth Core Specification Version 4.0 Bluetooth 4.0 Announced

Bluetooth version 2

Techworld.com - Why Bluetooth version 2 matters Introducing... Bluetooth Version 2.0 Bluetooth - Wikipedia Radio-Electronics.Com :: Bluetooth 2 - Enhanced Data Rate ( EDR ) Bluetooth Version 2.0 Enhanced Data Rate Announced Bluetooth Versions - Bluetooth Core Specification Versions

BREW (Binary Runtime Environment for Wireless ) Information

C++ or Java normally used for coding Introduction to BREW - a mobile handset application development ... Qualcomm BREW | Home Mobile Application Testing - List of Sites for All BREW Handsets and Specs Binary Runtime Environment for Wireless - Wikipedia What is BREW? - developer.com Picsel's full screen web browser coming to BREW 2.1 Qualcomm BREW Developer's Site BREW Wireless Resource Developer's Site BREW Resource Center - PaloWireless BREW Network Activity While Suspended - Steve's BREW Testing Process Overview BREW POINTER NOTES uint21 ~= void* uint32* ~= void **
Qualcomm's BREW Adaptive Wireless News Browser Verizon to tap BREW for Downloads
Motorola T720 Phone - Available Memory - How to Find it BREW Phones: A Look at Verizon's New Models

BREW PROGRAMMING

Creating a Wireless BREW APP

CAMEL - Customized Applications For Mobile Network Enhanced Logic

CAMEL is the primary GSM Phase 2+ enhancement CAMEL - wikipedia CAMEL 2 Standard Brings Enhanced Functionality to Prepaid Telecommunications Training - eno.com - VoIP:MPLS:VPN:CAMEL:SIP:SONET:DWDM;IPv6:SS7:VP Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS) Protocols and Protocol Testing - includes CAMEL 2 Method of setting up an application initiated call to a mobile station within a CAMEL network GSM Standards - up to 7/2000 Camel: Intelligent Networks for the GSM, GPRS and UMTS Network (BOOK) by Noldus, Rogier - $130 JP-3GA-23.078(R99) Customized Applications for Mobile network ... (Patent) Method of providing credit card calling service based on camel in ... (WO/2001/091444) COST CONTROL MANAGEMENT IN TELECOMMUNICATION SYSTEMS CCK - Complimentary Code Keying - a modulation scheme used with some wireless networks. Complementary code keying - Wikipedia

CDMA 1x RTT (2.5 G)

1xRTT - 1x (single-carrier) Radio Transmission Technology CDMA2000 1xRTT, CDMA2000 EV-DO, and CDMA2000 EV-DV - Wikipedia What is 1xRTT? What is CDMA-2000 1xRTT? cdma2000 Technology Family: 1xRTT, EVDO, UMB, and EVDV Sierra Wireless deomonstrates CDMA connectivity - 3/20/01

cdam2000

cdma2000 - The ITU-R developed cdma2000 as a set of recommendations for International Mobile Telecommunications in the year 2000, to support high-speed data rates and, more importantly, to be able to provide for multimedia services. cdma2000 devices may contain an option SIM, called an R-UIM. What is CDMA-2000 1xRTT? CDMA2000 - Wikipedi CDMA 1xRTT Security OverView August, 2002 - Qualcomm - PDF cdma2000 Technology Family: 1xRTT, EVDO, UMB, and EVDV W-CDMA and cdma2000 for 3G Mobile Networks by Karim, M. R. & Mohsen Sarraf

EAP, PEAP, EAP-TLS and EAP-TTLS

EAP - Extensible Authentication Protocol PEAP - Protected Extensible Authentication Protocol. Migrate WLANs away from Cisco's LEAP - PEAP What are EAP, LEAP, PEAP and EAP-TLS and EAP-TTLS? Protected EAP (PEAP) Application Note - Protected EAP (PEAP) Extensible Authentication Protocol - Wikipedia EAP-PEAP - FreeRADIUS Wiki Protected Extensible Authentication Protocol - PEAPv0/EAP-MSCHAPv2 - FreeRADIUS Wiki PEAP Protected EAP A Technical Comparison of TTLS and PEAP - O'Reilly PEAP with MS-CHAP Version 2 for Secure Password-based Wireless Access PEAP Configure PEAP and EAP methods

EvDO - Evolution Data Optimized

EvDO - Definition EvDO-info com evdo-forums.com/ EvDO, a new Wireless High-Speed Technology Verizon thinks EvDOP trumps Wi-Fi Evolution-Data Optimized - Wikipedia cdma2000 Technology Family: 1xRTT, EVDO, UMB, and EVDV Introduction to EVDO Verizon Crippling EVDO and the Treo 700w? - Gizmodo Uh, Oh, Verizon Thinks EVDO Trumps Wi-Fi Homemade EVDO/WiFi Mobile Access Point EVDO Archive dodoskido: Windows into Microsoft Video: Treo's Memory issue causing EVDO to be capped? We think so ... EV-DO: Information From Answers.com Linux.com | Get broadband wireless with Verizon EVDO and Linux No EVDO VoIP EVDO Buddy Breathing. EVDOInfo, Coverage, News, Products VoIP Watch: OQO + EvDO To Go By June Over Verizon PCWorld.com - How We Tested Verizon's EvDO Service EVDO StompBox Project Sprint's Tiny, High-Speed EVDO Modem

EVDO Rev 0/A/B

Digg - EVDO Rev. B promises more than 9Mbps download speed! EV-do revision C: Evolution of the cdma2000[ast] data optimized .. Course 583: 1xEV-DO Fundamentals - TONEX.com AA ITU 120406 v1 - 1xEV-DO (include Rev 0, A, B, etc.) Fixed and Mobile WiMAX ... From Mobile Broadband perspective CDMA 2000 EV-DO Revision B - TechWeb Digital Library CDMA 2000 EV-DO Revision B, from Motorola - White Papers, Webcasts

GPRS Information

GPRS usually overlays an exisiting GSM network, which enables mobile devices to utilize the benefits of packets. What is GPRS (General Packet Radio Services)? - techtarget.com What is GPRS General Packet Radio Service - Wikipedia General Packet Radio Service GPRS General Packet Radio Resource Center GPRS Reference Page - BCC | BSSAP+ | BSSGP | GCC | GMM | GSM | GTP Wireless Glossary: General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) GPRS Series Mobile GPRS Sizing Up GPRS GPRS Networks by Geoff Sanders, et al See also: PACKET RADIO

GPRS Testing

How to test GPRS in a network mobile which do not support this service? General Packet Radio System (GPRS) Testing, Why? And How gprs performance test system Resources | TechRepublic GPRS Mobile Phones - An Overview for Test Professionals General Packet Radio System (GPRS) Testing: Why and How? Agilent | Application Notes: GSM / GPRS Test GPRS Mobile Phones - An Overview for Test Professionals - PDF Free Online Library: Nokia and Sonera Test GPRS Roaming for 3G USB GPRS Modem Dialup | Inquisitor hardware testing platform GPRS on iPhone Simulator - Stack Overflow

GSM - Global System for Mobile Communications

It takes Four (4) GSM frequency bands to cover the whole world. * 850 MHz (824.2 - 848.8 MHz Tx; 869.2 - 893.8 MHz Rx) - & USA Some people INcorrectly refer to the 850 MHz band as the 800 MHz band. * 900 MHz (880-2 - 914.8 MHz Tx; 925.2 - 959.8 MHz Rx) * 1800 MHz (1710.2 - 1784.8 MHz Tx; 1805.2 - 1879.8 MHz Rx) * 1900 MHz (1850.2 - 1909.8 MHz Tx; 1930.2 - 1989.8 MHz Rx) - USA Most of the Wold uses GSM phones. In the USA we use both GSM and CDMA technology for our cell phones. GSM require a SIM card to identify the phone, else they do not work. GSM World Coverage Map - GSM Country List by frequency bands Dual, Tri, or Quad Band GSM Phone? GSM Phones in Africa German hackers crack GSM encryption - 25th August 2009 GSM - Wikipedia GSM World : Home of the GSM Association GSM Coverage Maps GSMArena.com - GSM phone reviews, news, opinions, votes, manuals GSM Tutorial GSM

GSM Testing

Willtek - Services - FAQs - GSM Testing GSM Test, GSM Certification GSM Testing - Test and Measurement, Test and Automation Solutions Increasing the speed of testing GSM/EDGE mobile phone power amplifiers A measurement method based on time-frequency representations for testing GSM equipment Testing GSM-R terminals with the IFR 2935 test set GSM/GPRS/E GPRS - PDF Nexus Telecom - Testing GSM/GPRS to UMTS Handover Increasing the speed of testing GSM/EDGE mobile phone power amplifiers SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR TESTING GSM MODULES - Patent

HOT SPOTS

Find a HotSpot

HSDPA - High-Speed Downlink Packet Access

HSDPA HSDPA - wikipedia

HSUPA - High-Speed Uplink Packet Access

High-Speed Uplink Packet Access - Wikipedia HSUPA (High Speed Uplink Packet Access) - Mobile/Cellular Technology hsupa.com - Home Posts from the Hsupa 1 Category at Engadget Mobile - October 2008 Light Reading - HSDPA/HSUPA Articles

iDEN - Integrated Digital Enhanced Network

A Motorola mobile wireless telecommunications technology that combined the benefits of an alphanumeric pager, a data/fax modem, a digital cellular phone and a two-way radio into a single network. iDEN utilizes TDMA and GSM on the 800 Mhz, 900MHz and 1.5 GHz bands. What is iDEN? - Whatis.com Integrated Digital Enhanced Network - Wikipedia Welcome to Motorola iDEN Motorola iDEN - Product Support Download the i920/i1930 iDEN Smartphone J2ME Utility From Motorola iDEN definition (Phone Scoop)

IM - Instant Messages / Messengers

If you are going to use an IM, I suggest using one that handles multiple protocols from multiple IM vendors - Meebo or Trillian for example. Remember, IM can endanger your computer IM Translator - Free Language Translation Service The Largest List of Text Message Shorthand (IM, SMS) and Internet... IM History - Free Service Consolidating All Your IM Chat Logs Instant messaging - Wikipedia Comparison of instant messaging clients - Wikipedia Video Chat IM Software Review 2009 - TopTenREVIEWS IM Reviews - Instant Messaging Clients Compared, Graded AIM - Instant Messenger Yahoo! Messenger - Chat, Instant message, SMS, PC Calls and More Google Talk - Chat online and make free internet calls Windows Live - Essentials MySpace IM - Download Free Live Chat Software for ... Miranda IM - for Windows - has plug-ins MSN Web Messenger ajax im - the ajax-based instant messenger SHOULD HANDLE MULTIPLE IM CLIENTS (from different Vendors): Meebo - Connecting AIM, MSN, Yahoo, Facebook, MySpace messengers Meebo, Online Instant Messenger, Review Trillian - IM, Astra, Windows Live, Facebook, Twitter, Yahoo ... Pidgin, the universal chat client imo is a web messenger with video and voice chat - AIM, Google Talk, Jabber, ICQ, MSN, MySpace, Skype, ... FriendFeed - IM KoolIM - Web messenger for AIM, ICQ, MSN, Yahoo BigAnt Corporate IM by BigAnt Corporate IM - Review and download

Insteon

Supports both RF and Power-line operation. More reliable than, and backwards compatable to X10. Insteon's Easier Home Automation What is INSTEON Insteon Net

iPAQ

Compaq's iPAQ 7365 & WLAN CARD SETUPS

iPhone

Fixing iPhone 3.0 Battery Issues

LEAP - Cisco Proprietary

Lightweight Extensible Authentication Protocol to fix WEP problems. Cisco LEAP [Cisco Aironet 1200 Series] - Cisco Systems Cisco Security Notice: Dictionary Attack on Cisco LEAP Vulnerability What is Cisco LEAP/EAP? Cisco says despite risks, LEAP wasn't worth fixing How Cisco's LEAP provides tight security Ultimate wireless security guide: An introduction to LEAP Cisco LEAP protocol description Hospitals back off Cisco LEAP security for WLANs LEAP, Introduction to - Cisco Cisco Response to Dictionary Attacks on Cisco LEAP [Cisco Aironet 1200 Series] TechRepublic's ultimate guide to enterprise wireless LAN security - download

LTE - Long Term Evolution

Long Term Evolution (LTE) Network going from zero to 32 million Users in three years, analyst says Long Term Evolution (LTE) Network Deployment Strategies, Market Drivers, Opportunities, and Challenges 3GPP Long Term Evolution - Wikipedia Long-Term Evolution (LTE): The vision beyond 3G - PDF UTRA-UTRAN Long Term Evolution (LTE) and 3GPP System Architecture Evolution (SAE) Nortel: Solutions : Long Term Evolution: Overview 3G LTE Basics Tutorial - Long Term Evolution :: Radio-Electronics.Com AT&T to Run with LTE Verizon dumps CDMA for GSM-based LTE in 4G networks - Engadget LTE - Delivering the optimal upgrade path for 3G networks - PDF LTE Jumps Ahead in the Race to 4G - GigaOM

LTE - Long Term Evolution - Direct

LTE Direct LTE-D & Wearable Wireless Market

MMS - (multimedia messaging)

MMS Definition WAP 2.x VS WAP 1.x - what MMS needs? - Developer Discussion Boards MMSstore SMS, EMS, MMS Tutorials

MMSC

MMSC = MMS-C = Multimedia Messaging Service Centre

NFC - Near Field Communication

"Near field communication (NFC) is a set of standards for smartphones and similar devices to establish radio communication with each other by touching them together or bringing them into close proximity, usually no more than a few centimeters." - Near field communication - Wikipedia NFC-Forum.ORG NFC Task Launcher - Android Apps on Google Play Near Field Communication | Android Developers NFC - Mashable NFC at MWC - Mobile World Congress 2013

ORGANIZATIONS, RELATED

See also Dave's list of Organizations See also Dave's List of Standards ANSI - American National Standards Institute ASQ - American Society for Quality ATIS - Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers IETF - Internet Engineering Task Force (MOSPF, MPLS, MSC, OSPF, PPP, RFCs, SONET... ISO - International Standards Organization - protocols defined by IEEE ITU - International Telecommunications Union OMG - Object Management Group SDL - Specification and Definition Language Unicode - international character encoding system VESA - Video Electronics Standards Association W3C - World Wide Web Consortium ***

PACKET RADIO

"Packet radio is a form of packet switching technology used to transmit digital data via radio or wireless communications links. It uses the same concepts of data transmission via Datagram that are fundamental to communications via the Internet, as opposed to the older techniques used by dedicated or switched circuits." - From Wikipedia Packet radio - Wikipedia Category:Packet radio - Wikipedia Introduction to Packet Radio - OLD (1988)/GOOD - Larry Kenney Introduction to Packet Radio TAPR Packet Radio Packet Radio - Amateur radio,packet radio operations, links Packet Radio Information (Larry Kenney) Amateur Packet Radio Gateways Amateur and Ham Radio > Packet Radio - Directory - Yahoo! FBB is a bulletin board software for amateur packet-radio - software is free TEARA NC Area Packet Radio Activity - ham radio club - near Raleigh, NC, USA See also: GPRS Packet over SONET See also TAPR org - leadership and resources to radio amateurs See also: X.25

PALM OS INFO

Palm 24/7 Palm Blvd - Palm Information Resource PALM Developer's Page PALM Infocenter PalmSource Download dot com - For PALM PALM Home Page Palm Links - Palm 24/7
Palm OS Emulator

PALRINGO

a Multi platform rich IM messaging client for Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (via WINE), Windows Mobile, Android, iPhone, Symbian, Blackberry and Java. Palringo Rich Messaging - Home Palringo: Awesome new IM client for Windows Mobile and Symbian Palringo Rich Messaging: Download Palringo - Wikipedia iPhone Apps We Like: Palringo is First Official Multi-Client IM ... - gizmodo Palringo for Windows - Windows Mobile updated The Palringo press office Palringo - instant messenger for Windows Mobile | pocket pc ... Palringo Review - WinMo at MoDaCo One Palringo to rule iPhone IM? | The Download Blog - Download.com Palringo Palringo - reviews - Software and Services - pcworld Review: Palringo Instant Messaging - WMExperts

PDA - Other Info

Mobile & PDA zone - Programmers Heaven PDA Encryption - Sentry 2020 for Pocket PC PDA VIRUS INFORMATION PDA Virus Checker Resources

Phones

Cell phone owners will be allowed to break software locks on their handsets in order to use them with competing carriers under new copyright rules announced Wednesday. NOTE: I believe that Congress has,a gain, made it illegal to ulock your phone. Column: The dirt on unlocked phones

Protocols

Dave's Technical Page Complete Embedded / Firmware / Real-Time / Driver Information Encryption, Compression, RFID, Smart Cards & Fuzzy Logic Complete Ethernet, Cloud, 802 & Related Information Complete Fibre Channel Information Complete coverage of IP, VoIP, TCP, TOE, H.323 and all related subjects Linux Complete SCSI / iSCSI / RAID / SAS Information Complete Network, BUS, USB, COMM & Telephony Info Professional Organizations List Standards Unix

RF4CE Consortium

A wireless device control consortium, started by ZigBee. They use a 2.4 GHz wireless signal implemented under 802.15.4. ZigBee RF4CE ZigBee RF4CE FAQ RF4CE Consortium aims to develop RF standard for entertainment control ZigBee RF4CE - Change Infrared to RF with RemoTI The End to IR-Based Control? RF4CE Consortium Works on RF Standard Freescale Semiconductor and SMK Deliver RF4CE Remote Controls

SECURITY - Wireless

3 ways crooks attack you using public Wi-Fi - Kim Komando 7 essential steps to secure your smartphone or tablet security researchers recommend disabling your smartphone or tablet's voice features ASAP HOW TO NSA-PROOF YOUR iPhone A "CONTAGIOUS" WI-FI VIRUS? Can Go Airborne and Spread Like a Common Cold? Readily available (10/28/2010) software allows bad people access to your accounts over unsecured WiFi connections. WiFi is no longer a viable secure connection - IT IS EASILY HACKED Click here to find out how to stay safe on public Wi-Fi - Kim Komando 1) Always use Encryption, preferably WPA2. NOTE: ALL the wireless devices that you want to use on your network MUST support and use the SAME ENCRYPTION TYPE, otherwise, your devices can't talk to each other. A) WAP - Click here for more WAPinfo A) WEP - Click here for more WEPinfo WEP can now be cracked in less than ONE MINUTE Breaking 104 bit WEP in less than 60 seconds B) WPA - Click here for more WPAinfo C) WPA2 - (WAP2) (WPA2) so far (9/2006) is the strongest wireless encryption publicly available. Use WPA2 if at all possible. Click here for 802.11i info 2) Always use MAC addresses to block unknown users. This means allow ONLY known devices (yours) with specific MAC addresses access to your wireless network. If the device's MAC address is not listed, the device is NOT allowed any access. 3) Set your wireless access point to NOT broadcast it's existance. NOTE: Do NOT check the Enable Wireless Isolation box IF you want to use WiFi. (in this example, I have actually turned all wireless access OFF). DO NOT check the ENABLE SSID BROADCAST when you are done with your setup. You might want to CHECK ths Broadscast box WHILE setting up your Network. example of NOT broadcasting your SSID Because too many people know the defaults and too many users never change the defaults: 4) Always change the Router/Access point/Switch/Hub's login name of the Administrator account 5) Always change the Router/Access point/Switch/Hub's Administrator's password 6) Always change the Network Name (often called the SSID) ON A BRAND NEW WIRELESS INSTALLATION. I would NOT change this on an already running wireless installation (too much hassle / too many potential problems). (The default SSID is usually 192.168.1.1) How Wi-Fi Attackers Poison Browsers - PCworld - Feb 6, 2010 German hackers crack GSM encryption - 25th August 2009 Stop Internet Poachers from Stealing Your Wi-Fi Wireless Security Recommendations for Rutgers Wireless Home Security and Java WirelessKeyView download - recovers lost wireless network keys ... Top 100 Network Security Tools - insecure.org Wireless security - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wireless_security

PHONE SECURITY ISSUES and VULNERABILITIES

iPhone flaw lets hackers take over, security firm says Cracking the BlackBerry with a $100 Key Download: Securing Wireless Networks: 3 Key Issues A critical flaw in the Broadcom wireless driver embedded in computers Phishers Cast a Mobile Net (via cell phones) BLUETOOTH and Security Hacking Techniques in Wireless Networks

SMS - Short Message Service (Cellphones)

DreamFabrics SMS & PDU Information ETSI Organization
Phishers Cast a Mobile Net (via cell phones & SMS) SMS Forum SMS Messaging Information Center

SMSC

Short message service center - Wikipedia SMS Tutorial: What is an SMS Center / SMSC? freshmeat.net: Project details for SMSC-Gateway Howstuffworks "How SMS Works" SMSC Simulator 1 - CNET

SPRINT

Sprint Developer's Site

SYMBIAN Information

UIQ is a pen-based graphical user interface for Symbian OS phones. Nokia has bought and merged the Symbian OS and S60 assets into the open source Symbian Foundation. The Symbian Foundation unifies Symbian OS, S60, UIQ and MOAP(S) software. symbian.org Nokia Symbian OS Communication Architecture - Forum Nokia Wiki Atelier - telephony adaptation layer (LTSY / TSY / ISC / LCSY ... Atelier PR - Atelier portfolio of Symbian OS GSM GPRS TSY Python for S60 Symbian Developer Network Forums : writing our own TSY ... Symbian 9.3 released - MobileTracker Symbian Calls Up Incremental OS Upgrade Symbian Updates OS For Faster Data, Cheaper Phones (Phone Scoop) Your Symbian - delivering Symbian News to your Inbox Download Symbian games for mobile phones - Free Trial Downloads ... Microsoft partners with cell phone foe Symbian | CNET News.com Symbian Home Page All About Symbian Symbian OS Resource Center Symbian Org Symbian FAQ Linux News: Wireless : Symbian Syncs with Microsoft Exchange UIQ - Pen Based User Interface for Symbian iSilo for Symbian UIQ Wireless Glossary: Symbian OS Adobe Reader for Symbian OS symbian Blast!: The Ultimate Symbian Information Source - Psion ... symbian on Flickr - Photo Sharing! Free Java, Symbian, Palm and Pocket PC Software Handango - Windows Mobile, Palm OS, BlackBerry and Symbian ... Symbian Hacking My-Symbian: Symbian Software Downloads Symbian - Free Software Downloads and Software Reviews - Download.com Symbian - Free Downloads Symbian OggPlay - open source ProfiExplorer is file explorer for Symbian phone - and it's free PuTTY for Symbian OS Skype Maybe Coming to Symbian Symbian Signed - Application digital signing programme run by Symbian SymbianWare All items tagged symbian The WDN Symbian Developer zone (DevZone) A Symbian Wizard Simon Woodside | How to launch a browser from Symbian C++ Unpack Nokia's Symbian Series 60 SDK 2.1 on Linux/Mac OS X

TransferJet - A better Bluetooth? on a very tight leash

Sony's TransferJet is more than 100 times faster than Bluetooth, with no passcodes nor pairing needed (as Bluetooth requires). Throughput can reach 357 mbps, which can support streaming video. The device needs to be within 2mm of the transfer area. Toshiba plans to ship devices in fourth quarter, 2009. Toshib a Shows Its First TransferJet Prototypes New Wireless Standard, TransferJet, Gets Big Name Backing at CES transferjet.org Industry Heavyweights Line-up Behind Sony's TransferJet UWB Group Hands off to Wireless USB, Bluetooth & DISBANDS (3GPP) TS 27.007 - AT command set for User Equipment (UE) (3GPP) TS 31.101 - UICC-Terminal Interface, Physical and Logical Characteristics (3GPP) TS 31.102 - Characteristics of the USIM Application (3GPP) TS 31.116 - Smart cards: APDU structure for UICC based applications (3GPP) TS 31.130 - USIM Application Programming Interface (3GPP) TR 31.919 - 2G/3G Java Card Application Programming Interface (API) based applet interworking (3GPP) TS 51.011 Release 4 - Specification of the Subscriber Indentity Module

Ultra-Wideband (UWB)

UWB GROUP DISBANDS - NO MORE UWB. UWB Group Hands off to Wireless USB, Bluetooth & DISBANDS The first HD broadcast products to be available for purchase should be UWB products. UWB transmits in bursts, over a wide frequency range of from 3.1GHz to 10.6GHz. UWB has a throughput of 480Mbps, and is expected to support Bluetooth 3.0, Wirelesss USB and other applications. Home Theater Magazine Will Ultra Wideband Survive? - PCMag - 10/27/2004 Wideband World - PCMag - 04/23/2002

UTRAN - UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access Network

UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access Network - Wikipedia UMTS UTRAN interfaces UMTS UTRAN Signaling - PDF ETSI UTRA - UTRAN UTRAN - Umts Terestrial Radio Access Network Motorola's UTRAN Sharing Feature - PDF LinkedIn | Groups: Sign in UTRAN/RNC Engineers UTRAN Testing - Tektronix.com

Vendors / Service Providers - Other

Acer Asustek BREW Casio Dell Ericsson Fujitsu Siemens Handspring (now PalmOne) Hewlett-Packard Lexibook Mitac Nokia O2 Oregon Scientific Palm Philips Psion Connect QNX Qualcomm Research In Motion - RIM Sony Sony Ericsson Mobile Symbian Symbol Telxon (now Symbol) Toshiba U.S. Robotics Verizon Communications ViewSonic Windows CE

WAP

WAP Forum Org has merged with openmobilealliance org Comparison of the WAP 1 (WAP) and Wap 2 (WPA2) standards WAP Forum Releases

WAP2 is called WPA2

Knowledge Center - WPA2 (Wi-Fi Protected Access 2)

TKIP - Temporal Key Integrity Protocol used in WPA2

TKIP - wikipedia

WEP - Wireless Equivalent Privacy

WEP was the original Wi-Fi encryption method, and is easily broken. WEP was part of the original 802.11b specification. Standard WEP uses 64-bit encryption, with a 40-bit key, 128-bit WEP uses a 104-bit key, and was made legal for export in 1996. WEP is not really very secure. The current (9/2006) best public wireless encryption is WPA2. WEP - webopedia WEP - wikipedia What is being done to increase WEP wireless standards and WEP wireless security? Wireless LAN Deployment and Security Basics Making the Most from WEP WEP - Wired Equivalent Privacy Vulnerability Wireless Privacy: An Oxymoron? Cracking WEP in 10 minutes

WEP2

WEP2 WEP2 and beyond - 802.11b Update: Stepping Up Your WLAN Security It Came Out of the Sky -- WEP2, Credibility Zero WEP2 Security Analysis An Inductive Chosen Plaintext Attack against WEP/WEP2 So What Co-operative: WEP #2 WEP2 is not significantly more secure

WEPplus (WEP+)

Lucent's (Agere Systems) proprietary WEP enhancement Must be used at both ends of a wireless connection to be effective. WEPplus Solutions :: White Papers :: WEPplus :: Terabeam Wireless Wired Equivalent Privacy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access) & WPA-PSK

Normal WPA is called "enterprise mode" and requires an authenticating server. WPA-PSK is WPA in Pre-Shared Key mode, and uses the same RC4 encryption cipher, but in a more hack-resistant manner. It's TRIP (temporal Key Intregtiy Porotocl) technology relies on mathematical scrambling formulas to dedect key tampering. WPA was intended as a short-term solution, until 802.11i was ratified. WiFi is no longer a viable secure connection (WPA and WPA2 encryption systems are no longer enough to protect wireless data) WPA2 inplments the full mandatory 802.11i standards, but is not compatible with older network cards. WiFi is no longer a viable secure connection (WPA and WPA2 encryption systems are no longer enough to protect wireless data) WPA - wikipedia

WPA2 (was WAP2) - 802.11i (Wi-Fi Protected Access 2)

WPA2 is, so far, (2005) the strongest wireless security available.It uses the AES encryption algorithm. It is often hard or impossible to upgrade existing WPA hardware to WPA2. WPA2 usually requires an additional chip to off-load the encrypt/decrypt functions, else the throughput drops dramatically. AES allows companies to be compliant with FIPS140-2 government security requirements WPA2 utilizes CCMP (an algorithm based on AES). WPA2 also utilizes the Michael algorithm and TKIP. Windows XP supported WPA2 in May of 2005. Wikipedia states that as of March 13, 2006, WPA2 certification is required for Wi-Fi certified devices. (see Wikipedia Comparison of the WAP 1 (WAP) and Wap 2 (WPA2) standards 802.11i/WPA2 - wikipedia WPA2 (Wi-Fi Protected Access 2) Explaining WPA2 - Network World Implement WPA2-Personal wireless security on a Windows XP SP2 Tutorial: How to set up WPA2 on your wireless network The Wi-Fi Protected Access 2 (WPA2)/Wireless Provisioning Services Understanding the updated WPA and WPA2 standards Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA and WPA2) WAP 2.x architecture - Features, services and functions - PDF WPA2 802.11i AES Core - IPcores Wi-Fi Protected Access 2 (WPA2) Overview - Microsoft WPA2 - Wi-Fi Networking News Archives Wi-Fi group backs brawnier security standard Microsoft offers WPA2 Wi-Fi security WPA2 Wireless Provisioning Services

WHITE PAPERS

System Software PLATFORM/OS White Papers Search the Web's Largest Database of White Papers - ZDNet *****

WINDOWS MOBILE 2003 / Pocket PC

Pocket PC System Ready to Phone Home - 6/23/03 Pocket PC gets new name: Windows Mobile 2003 Software for Pocket - 6/22/03

WINDOWS CE / POCKET PC

Windows CE Multimedia Team Blog SEE ALSO: WINDOWS, ALL VERSIONS See also: Ultra-Wideband (UWB) See also: WireFreeHD See also: WirelessHD - WiHD See also: Wireless HDMI See also: Wireless High Definition Interface (WHDI)

Wi-Fi - 802.11

Here's a solution to spotty Wi-Fi coverage in your home - clark.com Your neighbor's WiFi is ruining yours — here's how to fix it Wi-Fi Makes Trees Sick, Study Says - PCWorld Business Center encrypting your wireless connection - Kim Komando WiFi is no longer a viable secure connection - IT IS EASILY HACKED Click here to find out how to stay safe on public Wi-Fi - Kim Komando Easily catch intruders on your Wi-Fi - Kim Komando 1) Always use Encryption, preferably WPA2. NOTE: ALL the wireless devices that you want to use on your network MUST support and use the SAME ENCRYPTION TYPE, otherwise, your devices can't talk to each other. A) WAP - Click here for more WAPinfo A) WEP - Click here for more WEPinfo WEP can now be cracked in less than ONE MINUTE Breaking 104 bit WEP in less than 60 seconds B) WPA - Click here for more WPAinfo C) WPA2 - (WAP2) (WPA2) so far (9/2006) is the strongest wireless encryption publicly available. Use WPA2 if at all possible. Click here for 802.11i info 2) Always use MAC addresses to block unknown users. This means allow ONLY known devices (yours) with specific MAC addresses access to your wireless network. If the device's MAC address is not listed, the device is NOT allowed any access. 3) Set your wireless access point to NOT broadcast it's existance. NOTE: Do NOT check the Enable Wireless Isolation box IF you want to use WiFi. (in this example, I have actually turned all wireless access OFF). DO NOT check the ENABLE SSID BROADCAST when you are done with your setup. You might want to CHECK ths Broadscast box WHILE setting up your Network. example of NOT broadcasting your SSID Because too many people know the defaults and too many users never change the defaults: 4) Always change the Router/Access point/Switch/Hub's login name of the Administrator account 5) Always change the Router/Access point/Switch/Hub's Administrator's password 6) Always change the Network Name (often called the SSID) ON A BRAND NEW WIRELESS INSTALLATION. I would NOT change this on an already running wireless installation (too much hassle / too many potential problems). (The default SSID is usually 192.168.1.1) How Wi-Fi Attackers Poison Browsers - PCworld - Feb 6, 2010 OMG - 802.11n was FINALLY ratified Sept 14, 2009 - do we even care anymore? WiFi is no longer a viable secure connection (WPA and WPA2 encryption systems are no longer enough to protect wireless data) Wi-Fi unsafe in Hong Kong - AirMagnet Detects 11n, WLAN Interference Wi-Fi's Promising New Wave: 802.11n More on Wi-Fi See also 802.11 See also 802.11.b See also 802.11.g See also 802.11.n WiFi SECURITY |

WiMax - 802.16d & 802.16e

WiMAX could have a 30 mile range. WiMAX provides up to 10 Mbps wirelessly and is based on the IEEE 802.16 (Broadband Wireless Access) standard. The terms "WiMAX", "mobile WiMAX", "802.16d" and "802.16e" are frequently used incorrectly - Wikipedia Mobile WiMAX system operation and state diagrams - Part 1: Introduction, mobile station operation Mobile WiMAX system operation and state diagrams - Part 2: Mobile station access, connected & idle states Mobile WiMAX system operation and state diagrams - Part 3: Network entry and handover WiMAX - wikipedia IEEE 802.16 Working Group on Broadband Wireless Access Standards WiMax Forum (org) WiMAX News WiMAX White Papers, pdf and ppt files - wimax.com WiMAX - howstuffworks WiMAX Technology - Intel WiMax - How it Works - computertipsntricks.com WiMAX Trends - 4G Trends
no WiMax-enabled smartphones would hit the market before the end of 2010 Will Wal-Mart go WiMax? - WiMax tower on the roof of every Wal-Mart store? Motorola lays out WiMax Strategy - 8/15/2005 WiMax gets real WiMax Forum targets first systems by end of 2004 Intel braves new world of WiMax

WIRELESS

Wireless - definition of Wireless / Networking - About Wireless Device Comparison Wireless Networking Wireless network - Wikipedia See also: 802.11n

WIRELESS HOME HD BROADCASTING

Uncompressed 720p video requires a transfer rate of approximately 1.3Gbps. Uncompressed 1080i video requires a transfer rate of approximately 1.5Gbps. Uncompressed 1080p video requires a transfer rate of approximately 3.0Gbps.

WireFreeHD

Radiospire's WiredFreeHD uses UWB technology and supposedly can achieve speeds of up to 3 Gbps and 1080p signals for a 25 foot distance. Uses Ferquency range or 3.1 to 4.8 GHz. Home Theater Magazine See also: 802.11n See also: Ultra-Wideband (UWB) See also: WireFreeHD See also: WirelessHD - WiHD See also: Wireless High definition Interface (WHDI)

WirelessHART

runs under 802.15.4. Honeywell tried to get ISA100 implemented in Hart devices, instead of WirelessHART. ISA100 is being developed as a universal network that will support multiple protocols. "ISA100 supports implementation of protocols such as Hart, Profibus, CIP (Common Industrial Protocol) and Foundation Fieldbus". WirelessHart Ready for Prime Time | News | Automation World WirelessHART Standard Approved and Released HCF - Leading Process Automation Suppliers Commit to WirelessHART Standard WirelessHART: Radio Technology | Technologies | Process Automation WirelessHART

WIRELESSHD

WirelessHD will stream up to three 1080p signals at distances up to 32 feet via a 60 Gigahertz bandwidth. The Specification should be finished by Spring 2007, and products due out in late 2008. WirelessHD ORG The 1st generation products should be able to transmit 1080p to a range of 32 feet. 15Gbps is the expected 2nd generation speed. Home Theater Magazine Participants include LG, Matsushita, NEC, Samsung, Sony Toshiba and SiBeam. WirelessHD Receives HDCP Blessing (can legally do HDTV) WirelessHD News & Events The Wireless Weblog: WirelessHD vs. UWB WirelessHD's 60GHz platform could spark standards war | The Register wirelessHD: See what people are saying right now on Technorati Top-Tier CE Companies Sidestep UWB For WirelessHD WirelessHD group plans to replace cables using 60GHz band - Engadget RED HERRING | WirelessHD Aims to Cut Cables See also: 802.11n See also: Ultra-Wideband (UWB) See also: WireFreeHD See also: WirelessHD - WiHD See also: Wireless HDMI See also: Wireless High definition Interface (WHDI)

Wireless High definition Interface (WHDI)

WHDI was created by Amimon and supposedly can broadcast uncompressed 1080i or 720p (1.5 Gbps) over 100 feet, utilizing a 20-MHz portion of the 5 GHz band. WHDI can also broadcast 1080p (3 Gbps) in a 40-Mhz channel. Pixelworks and Motorola are working with Amimon. Products are expected by the end of 2007. Some products were demoed at the 2007 CES show. Home Theater Magazine

WLAN - Wireless LAN

AirMagnet Detects 11n, WLAN Interference Securing WLAN Links - a 3-part article by CommsDesign, an IEEE Community Making Sense of Competing Wireless Standards: 802.11a or 802.11b? Still better, 802.11.g IEEE 802.1X Authentication for Wireless Connections IEEE 802.11b Wireless Networking Overview PEAP Drafts Socket's WLAN FAQ A Technical Comparison of TTLS and PEAP Windows Wi-Fi Web site
802.11 HotSpots dot com 802.11 Planet ALLNET devices M Commerce Times Palm Boulevard PDA Street PocketPC City PocketPCWire PocketTV - free MPEG Players and more Psion Place RIM Road ThinkMobile Ultarwide Planet Visor Village

RELATED LINKS

MobileTech News Cell Phones, About D-Link Networking Tutorials D-link Drivers - download D-Link FAQs Linksys - FAQs and White Papers * Motorola GLOSSARIES Socket's (many) FAQs Socket's Wireless LAN Card FAQ ** Wireless O'Reilly (books)

Z-Wave

Z-Wave Z-WaveAlliance.org

ZigBee

a specification for a suite of high level wireless communication protocols. Many vendors are incorporating the use of ZigBee in HANs - Home Area Networks. A lot of MDM utility companies are now using ZigBee for wireless data collection. ZigBee's RF4CE specification has been approved. ZigBee Golden Unit platforms implement RF4CE. ZigBee Alliance Org ZigBee - Wikipedia ZigBee Wireless Standard - Technology - Digi International IEEE 802.15.4 - Freescale supports ZigBee Alliance's move to integrate RF4CE technology Elliptic Curve Cryptography - ECC

ZigBee Testing

EETimes.com - How do you test ZigBee transmitters? The Basics of ZigBee Testing, Part 1: Transmitters | RF DesignLine IEEE 802.15.4/ZigBee RF PHY Test Challenges - Electronic Component ZigBee Test Software from LitePoint ZigBee Alliance Certification and Testing Policy - PDF ZigBee TestSolutions - National Instruments ZigBee Wireless Signal-strength Evaluation Kit Wireless Testing Tools - wimax-industry Protocol Testing Sites See also the RF4CE organization

REFERENCE BOOKS - Wireless, Broadband, PDA & Telephony

but NOT most Network nor IP Books

Amundsen, Michael MAPI, SAPI & TAPI Developer's Guide SAMS $60 w/CD 0-672-30928-9 ATM Forum ATM User-Network Interface Specification [ATM, B-ISDN, SONET, PLCP, PMD, HEC, ILMI, DS3, MIB, ILMI, UNI, B-LLI, SMDS] PTR/PH 40 0-13-225863-3 Bates, Regis J. "Bud" Broadband Telecommunications Handbook McGraw $ 65 0-07-134648-1 Boiling, Douglas Programming Microsoft Windows CE. Second Ed. MS Press $ 60 w/CD 0-7356-1443-1 Chen, Walter DSL Simulation Techniques and Standard Development for Digital Subscriber Line Systems. (lotsa calculus) MTP 1-57870-017-5 Davies, D.W., D.L.A Barber, W.L. Price & C.M. Solomondides Computer Networks and Their Protocols [packets, X.25, HDLC, X3, X28, X29 CSMA] Wiley 0-471-99750-1 Feng, Yu & Dr. Jun Zhu Wireless JAVA Programming with J2ME SAMS $ 50 0-672-32135-1 Freeman, Roger L. Telecommunication System Engineering. 2nd edition [SS7, ISDN, X.25,, FDDI, SOCOTEL, FDM, VSAT, PCM, T1, T1C, T2, T4M, PCM] [TST, STS, DMS-100, DS1, CEPT 30, TRIB, OSI, LLC, PDU, CSMA] [SCCP, ISDU??, PABX, DSX PCM] Wiley 95 0-471-63423-9 Furber, Steve ** ARM System-on-Chip Architectures. SECOND EDITION AW 2000 Gast, Matthew S. 802.11 Wireless Networks O'reilly $45 0-596-00183-5 Ginsburg, David Implementing ADSL AW $45 0-201-65760-0 Griffiths, John M ISDN Explained. 2ND EDITION [ISDN, X.25, DCT, SDH, SDL] Wiley 46 0-471-93480-1 Hall, Eric. A. Internet Core Protocols. [IP, TCP, UDP, ARP, ICMP & IGMP] O'Reilly $ 40 w/CD 1-56592-572-6 Harte, Lawrence, Richard Levine & Roman Kikta 3G Wireless Demystified MH $ 50 0-07-136301-7 Held, Gil ** Data Over Wireless Networks: Bluetooth, WAP and Wireless Lans Osborne $ 55 0-07-212621-3 Hopkins, Gerald L. The ISDN Literacy Book. [ISDN, SONET, DS3, OC-1 - OC-48, ATM] AW 62979 37 0-201-62979-8 Karim, M. R. & Mohsen Sarraf W-CDMA and cdma2000 for 3G Mobile Networks McGraw-Hill Telecom Professional 2002 $60 0-07-138513-4 Kolesnikov, Oleg & Brian Hatch Building Linux Virtual Networks (VPNs) New riders $ 45 1-57870-266-6 Kumar, Balaji Broadband Communications: A professional's Guide to ATM, Frame relay, SMDS, SONET, and B-ISDN. [FDDI, DQDB, Frame Relay, SMDS, ATM, SONET/SDH, BISDN] McGraw 60 0-07-035968-7 Kumar, Vineet; Markku Korpi and Senthil Sengodan IP Telephoney with H.323 Wiley $ 60 0-471-39343-6 Lewin A. R. W. Edwards Embedded System Design on a Shoestring (ARM7) Newnes $ 50 w/CD 0750676094 Madjid Nakhjiri and Mahsa Nakhjiri %% AAA and Network Security for Mobile Access: Radius, Diameter, EAP, PKI and IP Mobility. Wiley $150 0470011947 Amazon Madsen, Leif, Jared Smith & Jim Van Meggelen % Asterisk: the Future of Telephony [open source VoIP software] O'Reilly $40 0-596-00962-3 McDysan, David ** Qos and Traffic Management in IP and ATM Networks McGraw $ 55 0-07-134959-6 MacWilliams, F. J. & N.J.A Sloane The Theory of Error-Correcting Codes North-Holland 0-4444-85009-0 Maufer, Thomas A. @@ IP Fundamentals PH/PTR $ 50 0-13-975483-0 Meisel, William S. Computer-Oriented Approaches to Pattern Recognition. Academic Press Meyer, Carl H. and Stephen M. Matyas Cryptography: A New Dimension in Computer Data Security Wiley 0-471-04892-5 Miller, Mark A. ** Voice Over IP. [IP, RTP, RTCP, RSVP, RTSP & VPN] M&T $ 50 w/CD 0-7645-4617-1 Minoli, Daniel & Michael Vitella ATM & Cell Relay Service for Corporate Environments McGraw 44 0-07-042591-4 Motorola Codex The Basics Book of FRAME RELAY Motorola University Press 17 0-201-56377-0 Motorola Codex The Basics Book of ISDN Motorola University Press 17 0-201-56377-0 Motorola Codex The Basics Book of X.25 Motorola University Press 12 0-201-56369-X Muench, Chris Windows CE Technology Tutorial AW $50 w/CD 0-201-61642-4 Nelson, Mark The Data Compression Book M&T Books 1-55851-216-0 Newton, Harry Newton's Telecom Dictionary, 20th EDITION: official dictionary of telecommunications CMPbooks 2004 $ 35 1-57820-309-0 Nokia Developing Series 60 Applications: A Guide for Symbian OS C++ Developers AW $50 0-321-22722-0 Ohrtman, Franklin D. Jr. Softswitch: Architecture for VoIP McGraw $ 50 0-07-140977-7 Patil, Basavaraj et al IP in Wireless Networks PH/PTR $ 50 0-13-066648-3 Pennebaker, William B. & Joan L. Mitchell JPEG Still Image Data Compression Standard [ISO DIS 10918-1, ISO DIS 10918-2, JPEG, Huffman, DCT] Van Nostrand 60 0-442-01272-1 Ramteke, Timothy Networks. [SNA, X.25, SS7, ISDN, TCPIP, Frame Relay, ATM, SMDS, FDDI, ISUP] [APPC, LU 6.2, MTP, T1, SDLC, HDLC, LAPB, LAPD, NT1, VN, APPN, PDN] [SCCP, TCAP, DNS, PAD, SMDS, PLCP] PH 56 0-13-958059-X Russell, Travis Signaling System #7 Mcgraw-Hill 67 0-070-54991-5 Sams Reference Data for Radio Engineers. SAMS Sanders, Geoff et al GPRS Networks Wiley $ 90 0-470-85317-4 Schneier, Bruce Applied Cryptography: Protocols, Algorithms and Source Code in C Wiley 45 0-471-59756-2 Seal, David (ed) ** ARM Architecture Reference Manual AW 2001 Shapiro, Jeffrey R. Windows Telephony Flatiron Publishing 0-936648-94-5 Sloss, Andrew N. et al ARM System Developer's Guide : Designing and Optimizing System Software Morgan Kaufmann $ 70 1558608745 Stallings, William Data and Computer Communications [packets, X.75, ISO/NBS, HDLC, X.21, X.25, RS-232, RS-422, RS-423] [RS-449, SNA] MacMillan 0-02-415440-7 Stallings, William Network Standards: a Guide to OSI,ISDN, LAN and MAN Standards. [X.25, Frame Relay, Broadband ISDN, ATM, SONET/SDH ISO 8802] [IEEE 802, CSMA/CD, FDDI, MANs, DS3] AW 56357 54 0-201-56357-6 Thorpe, Nicolas M. & Derek Ross X.25 Made Easy [X.25, X.3, X.28, X.29, X.21, X.21bis, HDLC] PH 53 0-13-972183-5 TRA Understanding the Advanced Intelligent Network (AIN) Telecommunications Research Associates Tremblett, Paul Instant Wireless Java with J2ME (all source from book, Ready-to-use wireless Apps) Osborne $50 w/CD 0-07-219176-7 Yacoub, Michael Daoud Wireless Technology: Protocols, Standards & Techniques CRC Press $ 100 0-8493-0969-7 CERT, Compression, Encryption, Firewalls, RFID, Security, Smart Cards, Statistics & Probability Reference Books Ethernet Reference Books IP Reference Books Recommended Reference Books

OTHER RESOURCES - Caveat Emptor

Akihabara News - Tokyo Akihabara Districts' Gadget News All Things Digital BroadBand Reports www.computertipsntricks.com/ - A Good Resource Cordless Developer.com - Wireless/Mobile Development Articles, Tutorials ... Phone Scoop good Wireless Information - itprc

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