By E. Bryan Carne
Explores and analyzes earlier and present applied sciences and tendencies in multimedia communication
Digital natives—those folks born within the electronic age—have an ever-widening diversity of wireless-enabled units at their disposal. they're the drivers of multimedia communications, consistently looking for the applied sciences and distribution channels that most sensible fit their wishes. This ebook outlines the adjustments in telecommunications which are taking place to fulfill those wishes. It addresses the consistently expanding requirement to supply connections that make the digital stumble upon as common and handy as attainable, exploring the big collection of units that exist as a part of daily residing for electronic natives.
Featuring specific diagrams and tables to demonstrate the evolving atmosphere, the booklet starts by way of describing the aggressive interactions of cellphone, cable television, and mobile cellular businesses in offering prone and content material. It outlines the construction of electronic multimedia streams and the way they're transported, explains what multimedia connections can be found, and summarizes the actions of rivals whereas offering an outline in their markets and consumer statistics.
This publication uniquely covers wireline, optical fiber, cable, and instant entry equipment, explaining the coding required to create electronic streams. It combines ethernet with supplier bridging and multi-protocol label switching and highlights the need to serve legacy streams. moreover, the booklet addresses debatable factor: will incumbent communications services ever overtake web because the leader resource of electronic feeds and well known contents?
Featuring wide references and a word list of multimedia phrases, Connections for the electronic Age is written for electronic natives and different individuals with an curiosity in multimedia communications; commercial, advertisement, and monetary managers; engineers; software program pros and web experts; and scholars at technical colleges and universities.
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Connections for the Digital Age: Multimedia Communications for Mobile, Nomadic and Fixed Devices by E. Bryan Carne