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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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OSI IN THE VOICE ENVIRONMENT

About the Author

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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1.0 out of 5 stars Not very helpful April 5 2002
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Format:Paperback
This book was an extremely poor pick. The theory behind the OSI Reference Model is not given at all. The first 3 layers are covered to some basic extent. Overall, the book seems to be a series of long PowerPoint presentations put together in book format. By PowerPoint presentations, I am referring to each page being a list of "bullet-point" phrases that is only there to give a reader a guideline for the lecture she is hearing. Unfortunately, there is no accompanying lecture, so the presentation is totally useless. Altogether, this was a waste of money.
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5.0 out of 5 stars OSI Reference Model for Telecommunications April 11 2002
Format:Paperback
I thought the book was very helpful. The book provided a great connection between the OSI Reference model and a telecommunications environment. Both of these enties have to work together and the approach in this book made it helpful to understand. The diagrams were also helpful and I found the approach of itemizing the information instead of paragraph form made it easier find me information and go on.
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5.0 out of 5 stars OSI Reference Model for Telecommunications Dec 24 2001
Format:Paperback
This book has provided me with a single point of reference to understand telecommunication environments. I purchased this book at a local book store and went back the next day to buy a copy for the folks that work for me and they have sold out. I recommend this book to anyone who has anything to do with telecommunications. I believe this book will also assist me at home to build a LAN network.
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