Tag Archives: wireless
Hacking Exposed Wireless – Wireless Security Secrets & Solutions, Johnny Cache, 2010 This book will interest security specialists and crackers. It is a gray-hat book which shows how to break into poorly configured WiFi, Bluetooth, ZigBee, and DECT. No mention … Continue reading
Wireless Network Administration – A Beginner’s Guide, Wale Soyinka, 2010 Administrators will want to read this. It is mostly focused on WiFi, but it has overviews of WiMax, GSM, LTE, and ZigBee, Well written, 300 pages.
Anywhere – How Global Connectivity Is Revolutionizing the Way We Do Business, Emily Green, McGraw-Hill, 2010 Business is revolutionized when we can access the web from anywhere. This book contains excited generalisms written by the chief of Yankee Group. Hardcover, … Continue reading
On the Move with the Mobile Web – Libraries and Mobile Technologies, Ellyssa Kroski, ALA, 2008 This is the July 2008 issue of Library Technology Reports, so it is somewhat dated. It is an introduction to web access from mobiles … Continue reading
Wireless All-in-one for Dummies, Wiley, 2010 This is a user guide for all wireless devices: WiFi computers, cordless phones, cell phones and PDA’s. A wide range of devices is covered, in a practical way. 450 pages.
Microwave Transmission Networks – Planning, Design, and Deployment 2nd ed., Harvey Lehpamer, McGraw-Hill, 2010 Systems engineers will want to have this book on their desk. Hardcover, 450 pages.
CWNA Certified Wireless Network Administrator & CWSP Certified Wireless Security Professional All-in-one Exam Guide (PWO-104 & PWO-204), Tom Carpenter, 2010 If you want to get certified, this will be useful. Hardcover, 700 pages.
Wireless Mobility – The Why of Wireless, Neil P. Reid, 2010 The business case for wireless networks. This book discusses the “value proposition” of wireless. Well written by a top Cisco marketer. 300 pages.
Professional Android Application Development / Reto Meier, Wiley, 2009 Developers of mobile applications need look no further, Android is here. Several compelling factors put Android on the top of the pile compared with iPhone, Palm, BB and Nokia. This book … Continue reading