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Post subject: GSM Online Referances Posted: Mon Aug 22,
2005 5:34 am
I am fresher Electronics Graduate
with keen interest in Microwave...Though got some late in clearing my
requisite exams to get my Degree and having low percentile but i m not
leaving without trying hard to get absorbed in the field...currently
working without any renumerations and experience certificate from company
i am learning few basics...with limited time with the associated engineers
I am having some difficulties like what is 2-2-2 configuration, Macrocell,
IX channel, why we can TrX from particular channels and recieve them
Hrom my queries you must have reached inferance that
i am retard or something near but i really-2 need your help
good easy books on Microwave and GSM with description of equations,
elements, modules, Equipment, supported theory.
Posted: Mon Aug 22, 2005 8:01 am
Sun Aug 03, 2003 2:02 pm
Location: Erie, PA
Unless college has changed a lot since I graduated
(1989), then do not think that not understanding the terms and principles
of real-world engineering means you have no hope. Most college textbooks
do a good job of imparting basic technical knowledge without necessarily
imparting practical knowledge. If the practical is included, it is usually
hidden within the plethora of equations and graphs.
In the last
5-10 years there have been many books written that cover exactly the
topics you are interested in. Unfortunately, most seem to be priced
over $100, so unless you can access them in a college library or at
work, it will be very expensive.
I keep a fairly up-to-date list
of book on wireless systems on the following page on RF Cafe. I have
read two or three of them just in the last year and have found them
very helpful. Amazon has a feature where they print the table of contents
and index and a few of the pages in the body of the book so you can
get a pretty good idea of what is inside. You can also read through
some of the reviews to see what other thought of the book.
Good luck in your search.
- Kirt Blattenberger
RF Cafe Progenitor & Webmaster