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Building Wireless Community Networks PDF Print E-mail

Author: Rob Flickenger

This eBook states a compelling case for building wireless networks at the local level. It provides all of the necessary information for planning a network, gathering all of the necessary components, and understanding the protocols that are needed to design and implement it.

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Asterisk: The Future of Telephony PDF Print E-mail

Author: Jared Smith, Jim Van Meggelen and Leif Madsen

ISBN: 0-596-00962-3

This book covers installing, configuring, and integrating Asterisk with existing phone systems, without the need for additional hardware. It outlines all the options, and shows readers how to set up voicemail services, call conferencing, interactive voice response, call waiting, caller ID, and more. This book also teaches how Asterisk merges voice and data traffic seamlessly across disparate networks.

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ASN.1 Complete PDF Print E-mail

Author: John Larmouth

ISBN: 0122334353

ASN.1 Complete teaches everything to know about ASN.1 - whether for the purpose of specifying a new protocol or implementing an existing one in a software or hardware development project. The book begins with an overview of ASN.1's most commonly encountered features, detailing and illustrating standard techniques for using them. The book then goes on to apply the same practice-oriented approach to all of the notation's other features, providing the readers with an easy-to-navigate, comprehensive tutorial.

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ASN.1 Communication Between Heterogeneous Systems PDF Print E-mail

Author: Olivier Dubuisson

ISBN: 0126333610

This book is a book written for novices and experienced ASN.1 users alike. Inside, readers will find all the introduction they need to begin mastering ASN.1, followed by a detailed User's Guide and Reference Manual. Organized in order of increasing difficulty, this section teaches the readers ASN.1 syntax and semantics and the techniques they need to know to use the notation-whether to specify a new protocol or to apply an existing ASN.1 protocol in a new application.

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