Projects of wireless technology networks

Universidad Miguel Hernández
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El curso de Tecnología de Redes Inalámbricas presenta al estudiante las diferentes técnicas y estándares actualmente utilizados para la transmisión de datos a través del aire usando estándares como 802.11, Bluetooth, Zigbee, Infrarrojo, etc. Frente a tal variedad de posibilidades para la organización de las prácticas de la asignatura, hemos considerado el uso de un sistema de Desarrollo Abierto que sea lo suficientemente versátil como para adaptar módulos que permitan la prueba de las diferentes tecnologías de redes inalámbricas existentes, por esta razón ha sido elegido la plataforma Arduino, lo que nos permitirá agregar módulos adicionales (Shield) con suficiente adaptación al tiempo de práctica. Arduino es una familia de microcontroladores y un entorno de creación de software que facilita la creación de programas (llamados bocetos) que pueden interactuar con el mundo físico. En el caso de este libro, la idea es usar Arduino con diferentes versiones del estándar Bluetooth. El libro está dividido en diez proyectos y, al final del libro, en el Anexo I, aparece el código fuente de la mayoría de estos proyectos.
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Pablo Corral González es ingeniero de Telecomunicación especialidad Comunicaciones por la Universidad Politécnica de Valencia y Doctor en Tecnologías Industriales y de Telecomunicación por la Universidad Miguel Hernández de Elche. Ha publicado más de 50 comunicaciones en congresos nacionales e internacionales de telecomunicación, así como en revistas internacionales, siempre en el ámbito de las redes inalámbricas. Su campo de investigación se centra en la mejora de la recepción de la señal en redes inalámbricas aplicando técnicas de filtrado y/o diversidad en entornos críticos. Cuenta con una experiencia de más de 15 años desarrollando proyectos de diseño, ingeniería y gestión de redes de telecomunicación. Desde el año 2002 desarrolla su labor docente e investigadora como profesor a tiempo completo en el Departamento de Ingeniería de Comunicaciones de la UMH. Desde el año 2007 es el responsable del Grupo Universitario de Investigación en Redes Inalámbricas (GUIRI) del mismo Departamento.

José Ramón García Valdés es licenciado en Informática especialidad de Sistemas Físicos por la Universidad Politécnica de Valencia. Cuenta con una experiencia de más de 15 años trabajando como experto en Redes y Comunicaciones para importantes empresas del sector privado como Telefónica I+D o Telefónica Sistemas, desarrollando su labor en proyectos de diseño, ingeniería y gestión de redes de datos LAN y Wi-Fi. Actualmente desarrolla su labor en los Servicios Informáticos de la UMH, desarrollando labores de gestión de infraestructuras de red de comunicaciones tanto LAN como Wi-Fi, mejora de sistemas de seguridad perimetral y diseño e implantación de nuevos proyectos relacionados con la seguridad y la optimización de la red de datos corporativa. Desde el año 2007 es profesor Asociado del Departamento de Ingeniería de Comunicaciones de la UMH. Cisco Certified Internetworking Expert (CCIE #7128).
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Universidad Miguel Hernández
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Feb 15, 2018
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