Wireless Communications and Networkingcovers a wide range of topics from the physical layer to the networking layers of a hybrid wireless/wireline information transport platform. This book meets the need for a relatively short, yet complete and self-contained text suitable for a single-semester senior undergraduate or first-year graduate course. The coverage of internetworking between wireless and wireline networks is unique to this book. The fundamental aspects of mobile cellular communications and networking (signal design, channel characterization, receiver structure, multiple access technologies, mobile cellular networking, capacity enlargement, mobility management, wireless/wireline interworking) are interweaved into a unified and systematic presentation, with illustrative examples throughout the book. Salient Features: Characterization of the wireless propagation channel Bandpass signaling for mobile radio Receiver design for fading dispersive channels Capacity enlargement of cellular systems Multiple access techniques Mobility management in mobile cellular networks Wireless/internet interworkingMark, Jon W. is the author of 'Wireless Communications and Networking', published 2002 under ISBN 9780130409058 and ISBN 0130409057.