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OSI Reference Model for Telecommunications [Paperback]

Debbra Wetteroth
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Nov. 27 2001 McGraw-Hill Telecom Professional
*Builds readers' understanding of OSI (Open Systems Interconnection) architecture and equipment in terms that cut through the differences between data and voice. *Spells out the roles, functions, definitions, and fundamentals of each layer *Details the many components of the 7-layer model so often assumed as common knowledge-from numbering systems to signaling rates to properties of noise and distortion

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Debbra Wetteroth (Saint Louis MO) is security manager for SBC Telecom's Information Services Department. Before joining the IS group, she spent 15 years in Central Office Engineering for a major telephone company. Debbra holds seven certifications in telecom engineering.

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There is a lot of white space in the book and quite a few text. The rest is printed power point slides assembled as a book. Content is moderate. This book could be useful as a reference when some short information or summarized facts needed on any data communication topis. However it is not suitable to learn by selfstudy because of lack of text.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Resource May 2 2002
Great resource to use when setting up telecom for computers.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Very Helpful!!! April 16 2002
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This book is very helpful. It is hard to find a book which merges telecommunication concepts with computer technology concepts. This book was well worth the investment.
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