Voice and Data Communications
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Voice and Data Communications book
The Internet started as a technological revolution, designed to protect national interests by ensuring redundancy and resiliency in governmental networks, particularly in time of war. It has spawned a worldwide cultural revolution, fostering universal communication exchange with limitless geographic, time, and subject matter boundaries. The extent and ease of the Internet’s adoption has had profound implications on all-including personal, business, and governmental-aspects of life. There is no place on Earth that cannot be reached by the Internet. The success and complexity of the Internet is continuing to be realized. The building blocks for today’s Internet are presented as well as detailed outlines of advanced services such as radio frequency identification (RFID) and wireless sensor networks, with multimedia applications. The evolution of communications networks and services continues.