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Contemporary Issues in Wireless Communications

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Contemporary Issues in Wireless Communications
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535117322
Number of pages: 252

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Wireless communications have a strong impact on improving the quality of life in this century. Smart phones industry is now considered one of the most attractive fields, so advanced research is conducted in order to improve the quality of service in wireless communication environments.

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