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Home Networking Basis

Author : Walter Y. Chen
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A complete reference resource for the emerging Home Networking industry, this title includes executable examples in Matlab and Simulink, as well some examples in PC executable code. Numerous technical transmission methods are explained in detail.

Home Networking Technologies and Standards

Author : Theodore B. Zahariadis
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Here is a thorough treatment of distortion in RF power amplifiers. This unique resource offers expert guidance in designing easily linearizable systems that have low memory effects. It offers you a detailed understanding of how the matching impedances of a power amplifier and other RF circuits can be tuned to minimize overall distortion. What's more, you see how to build models that can be used for distortion simulations. A new measurement methodology enables you to gauge the amplitude and phase of distortion components and recognize memory effects. The book explains that by killing memory effects, it is possible to use simple linearizers, such as analog predistortion, and still achieve sufficient performance. You learn a distortion analysis technique that allows you to repeat the analysis with other amplifier structures. Including over 120 equations and more than 110 illustrations, this practical reference provides you with the assistance you need to create amplifiers suitable for linear transmitters, and offers you new views of semiconductor modeling.

Home Networking Annoyances

Author : Kathy Ivens
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The beauty of a home network is that it can make life so easy--what could be better than sharing an Internet connection so that everyone can be online at the same time? With home networking you can move files from one computer to another, share resources, print to a single printer or multiple printers from any computer in the house, and IM the kids when they're holed up in their rooms. And the downside? Anyone who's ever had to troubleshoot a network glitch doesn't need to ask that question. The simple words, "Why can't I print? Why can't I get to the Internet? Why does my computer say 'Access Denied' today, when it worked fine yesterday?" are enough to send the home network administrator running for cover. And the concept of "network security" can keep the soundest sleeper tossing and turning all night.Currently, more than 8 million homes in the US have installed a network of some kind, and within five years, that number is expected to jump to 37 million. This speaks to the availability of easy-to-install home networking products. Unfortunately, there's also a glut of potential headaches that can occur after installation (and during, sometimes) with no warning label on the box saying, "This product sure to cause annoyances."But help is here. Home Networking Annoyances will ease the headaches and annoyances of anyone who runs a home network. This book tackles all the common annoyances associated with running your network--whether it's wired or wireless, or a combination thereof. Its friendly, off-the-cuff approach will put you in a position of power over those home networking glitches, including file sharing, printing, cabling, security, and much more. You'll find dozens of on-target tips, workarounds, and fixes that will help you improve your home networking experience in every way possible.Whether you're a mainstream business user or a home user with newly installed network hardware, you've probably had your patience tested by frustrating network maintenance issues. Take a stand against annoyances now: just as the bestselling PC Annoyances brought peace and happiness to PC users everywhere, Home Networking Annoyances is your ticket to serenity.

Wireless Home Networking For Dummies

Author : Danny Briere
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Wireless home networks are better than ever! The emergence of new industry standards has made them easier, more convenient, less expensive to own and operate. Still, you need to know what to look for (and look out for), and the expert guidance you’ll find in Wireless Home Networks For Dummies, 3rd Edition helps you ensure that your wire-free life is also a hassle-free life! This user-friendly, plain-English guide delivers all of the tips, tricks, and knowledge you need to plan your wireless home network, evaluate and select the equipment that will work best for you, install and configure your wireless network, and much more. You’ll find out how to share your Internet connection over your network, as well as files, printers, and other peripherals. And, you’ll learn how to avoid the “gotchas” that can creep in when you least expect them. Discover how to: Choose the right networking equipment Install and configure your wireless network Integrate Bluetooth into your network Work with servers, gateways, routers, and switches Connect audiovisual equipment to your wireless network Play wireless, multiuser computer games Establish and maintain your network’s security Troubleshoot networking problems Improve network performance Understand 802.11n Whether you’re working with Windows PCs, Mac OS X machines, or both Wireless Home Networking For Dummies, 3rd Edition, makes it fast and easy to get your wireless network up and running—and keep it that way!

Home Networking For Dummies

Author : Kathy Ivens
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Having a network in your home increases work efficiency and minimizes confusion. If you want to set up a network in your home but you’re not quite sure where to start, then Home Networking for Dummies makes it easy for you to become your household’s network administrator. Now fully updated with information on the newest technology in networking available, this quick and to-the-point walkthrough will show you how to install Web connections in your entire home, whether by wires, cables, or WiFi. This resourceful guide illustrates: Planning and installing your network The differences between Ethernet cable, phone lines, and wireless technology Configuring computer sharing Setting up and managing users Installing, managing, and troubleshooting the network printer Understanding UNC format, mapping drives, and traveling on the network Working with remote files Securing your network from viruses, spyware, and other baddies Along with the basics, this book introduces fun ways to use your network, including sharing music, keeping shopping lists, creating photo albums, setting up a family budget, and instant messaging. It also provides ways to keep your network safe for kids, such as talking to your child about the Internet, creating site filters, and ISP E-mail filtering features. With this trusty guide your home will be fully connected and you’ll be working more efficiently in no time!

Technologies for Home Networking

Author : Sudhir Dixit
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A broad overview of the home networking field, ranging from wireless technologies to practical applications In the future, it is expected that private networks (e.g., home networks) will become part of the global network ecosystem, participating in sharing their own content, running IP-based services, and possibly becoming service providers themselves. This is already happening in the so-called "social networks" and peer-to-peer file sharing networks on the Internet—making this emerging topic one of the most active research areas in the wireless communications field. This book bridges the gap between wireless networking and service research communities, which, until now, have confined their work to their respective fields. Here, a number of industry professionals and academic experts have contributed chapters on various aspects of the subject to present an overview of home networking technologies with a special emphasis on the user as the center of all activities. Coverage includes: Networked home use cases and scenarios Media format, media exchange, and media interoperability Location-aware device and service discovery Security in smart homes Secure service discovery protocol implementation for wireless ad-hoc networks Multimedia content protection in consumer networks Mobile device connectivity in home networks Unlicensed mobile access/generic access network Wireless sensor networks in the home Ultra-wideband and sensor networking in the home environment With a balanced mix of practice and theory, Technologies for Home Networking focuses on the latest technologies for speedier, more reliable wireless networking and explains how to facilitate workable end-to-end solutions from a user's perspective. This book is an ideal resource for practicing engineers, designers, and managers with an interest in home networking and also serves as a valuable text for graduate students.

Home Networking

Author : Scott Lowe
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Explores the benefits of a home networking system--both wireless and wired--from the process of setting up through administration, with a special section on how readers can cable their home without destroying it. Original. (All users)

Mastering Home Networking

Author : Mark Henricks
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Now that many homes have two or more computers, home networks are spreading like wildfire. By networking your computers together, you can share files, high-speed Internet connections, and peripherals such as printers and scanners, saving your household time, effort, and money. And where home networking used to involve expertise with protocols, wires, and power tools, new networking products let you build an effective network in minutes-without drilling, without pulling cables, and in some cases even without using wires. Written in straightforward, easy-to-understand language, Mastering Home Networking shows you how to: * Choose the network topology and technology that best suits your home and your needs * Build a home network using Ethernet cables, your existing phonelines or powerlines, or wireless adapters * Configure networking on Windows 95, Windows 98, the Macintosh, Windows 2000, Linux, and NetWare * Design and build a home office that will enable you to telecommute effectively * Administer networked users, groups, and shared resources * Add e-mail, games, and applications to your network * Run your own Web server to share information with your household and friends * Secure and troubleshoot your network * Set up effective remote access so you can connect to your home network when you're on the road

Windows XP Home Networking

Author : Paul Thurrott
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This is the previous edition of this title. Please refer to ISBN 0764578162 for the latest edition of this bestselling book! Windows XP Home Networking makes home networking easy. With more and more families keeping an older computer in service when a new PC is purchased, there is now an opportunity for hundreds of millions of people worldwide to take advantage of the benefits of home networking. This book teaches the reader how to share Internet connections, share local resources like files and printers, and also ensure that their network is safe from attackers. Windows XP Home Networking covers both the professional and home editions of Windows XP. It includes information on connecting to the Internet with modem or broadband connections, planning and setting up a home network, sharing an Internet connection between two or more computers, understanding users, sharing networking resources, wireless networking, XP remote access features, XP .NET and Web integration, security, and more. Topics include basic connection and home networking advice, remote access, and Internet integration: Everything a home network owner will need to get online, share a connection, and publish information to the Web, all while keeping their home network safe from intrusion. Windows XP includes a new Network Setup Wizard, multiple IP profiles for network cards, pervasive wireless networking support, a new network bridging feature, improved Internet Connection Sharing, and a new Internet Connection Firewall. All of these features are covered in Windows XP Home Networking.

Wi Fi Home Networking

Author : Raymond Smith
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·Describes the costs, benefits and necessity of networking ·Reviews software networking tools that save money for small-time operators ·Summarizes business expenses and savings to help a prospective user choose their office setup ·Offers criteria for deciding on distribution media ·Compares wireless versus wired connections ·Includes important, practical information about security, viruses, and backing up

Home Networking Survival Guide

Author : David Strom
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Get clear, easy-to-follow advice for setting up your own home network using this step-by-step guide. Learn to network your computer to your printer, connect your PC to your stereo, share Internet access, and much more with this jargon-free manual. Filled with fun, survival-themed icons, you'll easily navigate through each chapter and find helpful information on basic concepts, potential problems, troubleshooting, and future developments, for a variety of home networking topics.

Home Networking

Author : Scott Lowe
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[This book] covers planning, buying, and setting up our network. [It also] covers the things you can actually do on your network once it's working, including exchanging files between computers, connecting, your PCs to your stereo, and tapping into your network when you're on the road.-Introd.

Home Networking Demystified

Author : Larry Long
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No need to be intimidated by home networking! With a very readable and easy to understand writing style, this book takes the anxiety out of learning how to build or expand a home network Read a home networking book organised like a fun and painless self-teaching guide. Use the 8 page, 2-colour visual instruction insert to see how to set up a home network. Take end of chapter quizzes to check your progress, as well as a final exam found at the end of the book.

The Rational Guide to Small Office and Home Networking

Author : Jim Boyce
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Reliable, shared Internet access is a must-have for many small businesses that need every advantage to compete in today's market. Home users are also relying on networks in more ways than ever, from sending e-mail to sharing documents to broadband multimedia streaming. Users may want to share a printer, lower the phone bill by switching to VoIP, and even play a networked game or two. With this book, you'll learn how to choose and configure the network that's right for you, and how to build a fast, reliable, secure network in your small office or home office (SOHO). This book takes a rational, no-nonsense approach in a compact guide - only 208 pages. The book is written to give you the basics...fast!

Basic Home Networking

Author : Ted Coombs
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Discover how easy it is to design, install, manage and troubleshoot your own home network! Ideal for do-it-yourselfers, Basic Home Networking contains all of the information today's homeowners and homebuilders need to create a cost-effective internal network that allows all of the computer users in any given residence to share files, printers, hard drives, backup hardware, Internet access, and more! The book begins by acquainting readers with different ways of building a home network, as well as the variety of networking hardware and cabling options available today for existing homes and new home construction projects. Subsequent chapters provide easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions for configuring Macintosh and Microsoft Windows operating systems, using firewalls and other means of network security, and testing and troubleshooting using standard tools included with Windows or available as freeware for Macintosh computer users. Clear and concise explanations of network basics, such as mission-critical TCP/IP and NetBEUI protocols, are also included to help readers understand what they are doing as well as how information will travel through their network and out across the Internet. The final chapter introduces readers to household appliances and digital phone systems that can be connected to the home network, as well as game systems that allow users to play with others within the network or across the Internet. Benefits: Both IBM PC and Macintosh computers are covered in detail, allowing this how-to book to be used in virtually any of the 15 million homes today that have multiple computers and computer users. Real-life examples illustrate different ways of building a home network to guide readers in choosing the one that best meet their needs - from a simple phone line, to a wireless infrared or radio-based network, to a speedy and powerful Ethernet. Practical tips for hiding networking cabling and protecting against dangerous Trojan hor

Home Networking Bible

Author : Sue Plumley
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Everything you need to know to set up a home network Is a home network for you? This comprehensive guide coverseverything from deciding what type of network meets your needs tosetting up the hardware and software, connecting differentoperating systems, installing the necessary applications, managingthe network, and even adding home entertainment devices. Fullyupdated with new material on all the latest systems and methods,it's just what you need to set up your network and keep it runningsafely and successfully. Inside, you'll find complete coverage of home networking * Compare the advantages and disadvantages of wired and wirelessnetworks * Understand how to choose between workgroup and client/servernetworking * Learn how to install and set up cables and routers and how toinstall and configure networking software * Share files, printers, and a single Internet connection * Back up files and secure your network * Set up your own home intranet and understand the technologiesinvolved in creating a Web page * Manage your network and learn to use tools for locating andrepairing problems * Expand your home network to include your digital camera, scanner,TV, sound system, and even game consoles * Explore SmartHome technology that allows you to automate varioushousehold functions * Investigate how your network can enable tele-commuting and otherremote access capabilities

Intro Guide Home Networking

Author : HELTZEL
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Wireless Home Networking

Author : Steve Rackley
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A clear step by step guide for anyone who wants to set up a wireless network in the home. Takes you through the basics from the simplest computer to computer link to a fully fledged home network.

POF Home Networking

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Digital Home Networking

Author : Romain Carbou
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This much-needed book describes the digital home networkingenvironment, its techniques, and the challenges around its servicearchitecture. It provides a broad introduction to state-of-the-artdigital home standards and protocols, as well as in-depth coverageof service architectures for entertainment and domotic servicesinvolving digital home resources. Topics include networking, remoteaccess, security, interoperability, scalability, and quality ofservice. Notably, the book describes the generic architecture thatwas proposed and developed in the context of the EUREKA/Celticresearch project [email protected]