Written in Teracom's signature "telecom for non-engineers" style, this book on its own is a great self-study guide for anyone wanting to understand wireless technologies that do not include mobility, particularly 802.11 WiFi wireless LANs, Bluetooth and others.
Without bogging down on technical details, you will understand the fundamental concepts and basics behind this kind of radio communications: the ideas, technology, jargon and buzzwords, and most importantly, how it all fits together.
CWA is three courses:
2231 Wireless Fundamentals,
2232 Mobile Communications, and
2233 Fixed Wireless (this one).
For more information, please visit www.teracomtraining.com
Eric Coll is an international expert in telecommunications, data communications and networking and has been actively involved in the industry since 1983. He holds Bachelor of Engineering and Master of Engineering (Electrical) degrees.
Mr. Coll has taught telecommunications technology training seminars to wide acclaim across North America since 1992, and has broad experience working as an engineer in the telecommunications industry. He worked for Nortel's R&D labs as a design engineer on projects including digital voice and data communications research and digital telecom network equipment design, and on satellite radar systems, consulting on Wide Area Network design, and many other projects in capacities ranging from detailed design and implementation to systems engineering, project leader and consultant.
In addition to being founder and Director of Teracom Training Institute, Mr. Coll provides consulting to the telecommunications industry, specializing in telecommunications technology R&D and as a Subject Matter Expert in tax matters.