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Network Management in Wired and Wireless Networks addresses various open issues related to performance monitoring, performance management, and performance control. It covers the performance management aspects of broadband wired and wireless cellular networks in an integrated fashion, and highlights the role of performance management in assisting network control procedures to achieve the end objectives of high return on investment for the service provider and an acceptable QoS for the end user. Highlights include: Details of performance monitoring in broadband wired and wireless cellular networks, identifying various parameters that characterize network performance; The role of signaling networks in determining network performance, especially of GSM/GPRS cellular networks; Methods of performance optimization in broadband wired and wireless cellular networks; The role of management systems in network control at the packet, call, and network levels; Application of a monitoring system in facilitating congestion control of ATM/B-ISDN network; and Schemes of bandwidth allocation to optimize throughput and QoS.
|Statement||by Tejinder S. Randhawa, Stephen Hardy|
|Series||The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science -- 653, International series in engineering and computer science -- 653.|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] /|
|Pagination||1 online resource (xv, 225 pages).|
|Number of Pages||225|
|ISBN 10||1441949313, 1475735901|
|ISBN 10||9781441949318, 9781475735901|
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introduction to networks (wired and wireless) Networking is the concept of sharing resources and services. In its simplest form, a computer network is two or more computers sharing information across a common transmission medium.
For setting up its internal network, an organization has various options. It can use a wired network or a wireless network to connect all workstations.
Nowadays, organizations are mostly using a combination of both wired and wireless networks. Wired & Wireless Networks In a wired network, devices are connected to each other using Size: KB. Specifications Wired network Wireless network; Speed of operation: Higher: lower compare to wired networks, But advanced wireless technologies such as LTE, LTE-A and WLANad will make it possible to achieve speed par equivalent to wired network.
wireless network a wireless network is any type of computer network that uses wireless data connections for connecting network. its types are- bluetooth, infrared, wi-fi. 6. bluetooth bluetooth is a wireless technology standard for exchanging data over short distances from fixed and mobile devices, and building personal area networks.
For a long time, the consensus was that wired networks will always outperform wireless and should be used at every opportunity. This has changed. A wired network with the same core attributes as a wireless network will still always perform better, but high-quality wireless connectivity has risen to such a degree that Wi-Fi and mobile networks.