Monthly Archives: March 2011

Understanding SIP Servlets 1.1

Providing a thorough overview to SIP (session initiation protocol) servlets 1.1, this unique resource serves as a practical guide to this exciting and emerging communications network technology. Covering all key concepts and their links into Java Enterprise Edition (JEE), the … Continue reading

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Spread Spectrum Systems for GNSS and Wireless Communications

Look to this cutting-edge resource for a modern treatment of spread spectrum (SS) communications, including direct sequence and frequency hopping. The book helps you understand the performance of SS systems under the influence of jamming and with and without coding. … Continue reading

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Programming Ruby 1.9 The Pragmatic Programmers’ Guide

Would you like to go from first idea to working code much, much faster? Do you currently spend more time satisfying the compiler instead of your clients or end users? Are you frustrated with demanding languages that seem to get … Continue reading

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Programming and Problem Solving with C++: Comprehensive Edition

Completely revised and updated with the latest version of C++, the new Fifth Edition of Programming and Problem Solving with C++ provides the clearest introduction to C++, object-oriented programming, and software development available. Renowned author team Nell Dale and Chip … Continue reading

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Practical Programming–New from Pragmatic Bookshelf: An Introduction to Computer Science Using Python

Welcome to computer science in the 21st century. Did you ever wonder how computers represent DNA? How they can download a web page containing population data and analyze it to spot trends? Or how they can change the colors in … Continue reading

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OFDM Towards Fixed and Mobile Broadband Wireless Access

Presenting the state-of-the-art in broadband wireless access technology, this unique resource shows you how to design OFDM transceivers and develop a novel wireless transceiver system architecture – one that streamlines wireless system development and deployment because of its reusability, scalability … Continue reading

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Medical Device Software Verification, Validation, and Compliance

Here’s the first book written specifically to help medical device and software engineers, QA and compliance professionals, and corporate business managers better understand and implement critical verification and validation processes for medical device software. Offering you a much broader, higher-level … Continue reading

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Intro to Programming Java with Games

This is an excellent resource for programmers who need to learn Java but aren’t interested in just reading about concepts. Introduction to Java Programming with Games follows a spiral approach to introduce concepts and enable them to write game programs as soon … Continue reading

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How to Be a Geek Goddess: Practical Advice for Using Computers with Smarts and Style

When it comes to technology (or anything, really), men and women rarely think alike. Men are obsessed with acronyms and the size of their hard drives. Women just want to get things done. And if they can get it done … Continue reading

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Global IPv6 Strategies: From Business Analysis to Operational Planning

Fred Wettling manages architecture and strategic planning for Bechtel. Wettling is a member of the IEEE, North American IPv6 Task Force, and IPv6 Forum; directs the IPv6 Business Council; chaired the Network Applications Consortium (NAC); and served on the President’s … Continue reading

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