WiMAX Handbook
By Ohrtman, Frank
Wi-MAX is a big deal because it’s cheaper, smaller, simpler and easier to use than any existing broadband option (DSL, cable, fiber, 3G wireless) – it also bypasses the existing wired infrastructure and legacy service providers (i.e. the phone and cable companies). This book provides a basic technical introduction to the IEEE standard, allowing engineers, technologists, and decision-makers to ascertain how this hugely disruptive technology is going to affect their businesses.


DOI: 10.1036/0071454012

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Author Biography

Frank Ohrtman (Denver, CO) is the Founder of Softswitch Consulting, a telecommunications consulting firm. He previously held positions with Vsys, Lucent, and Netrix, and is a former U.S Navy Intelligence Officer. He is the author of Softswitch and The Wi-Fi Handbook.


WiMAX Handbook
Author(s): Ohrtman, Frank
ISBN: 0071454012
DOI: 10.1036/0071454012

Format: hardcover, 288 pages.
Pub date: 24 May 2005
Copyright: 2005
$65.00 US
Product Line: McGraw-Hill Professional

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