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ISBN:1890154121
Author: Penelope Stetz
ISBN13: 978-1890154127
Title: The Cell Phone Handbook: Everything You Wanted to Know About Wireless Telephony (But Didn't Know Whom or What to Ask)
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Language: English
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Publisher: Aegis Publishing Group, Ltd.; 1st Paperback Edition edition (June 25, 1999)
Pages: 336

The Cell Phone Handbook: Everything You Wanted to Know About Wireless Telephony (But Didn't Know Whom or What to Ask) by Penelope Stetz



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Home All Categories Computers & Technology Books The Cell Phone Handbook: Everything You Wanted to Know About Wireless Telephony but Didn't Know Who or What to Ask (Cell Phone Handbook). ISBN13: 9781890154264. The Cell Phone Handbook : Everything You Wanted to Know about Wireless Telephony (But Didn't Know Who or What to Ask). Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 18 years ago. Penelope Stetz ably covers a lot of ground, clearly describing cell phone technology as well as the pros and cons of various types of wireless equipment and services. This book is a model of how to explain a technical subject for both beginners and experienced users. Comprehensive, No-nonsense, and VERY readable.

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Reviews: 7
LiTTLe_NiGGa_in_THE_СribE
When I started a new job as a salesman for a software company offering solutions for the wireless communications market I bought this book. The result: in a few days I caught up with my colleagues and was able to very properly conduct myself in sales calls. I am buying a third volume, because the first 2 I gave to my customers. The last one, to a friend of mine who became IT Manager of a large communications company. He keeps it permanently on his credenza and it is his most frequently checked reference. If I could give Ms. Stetz more than five stars, I would.
Kemath
By the time you read this, Amazon may have corrected the listing, but when I bought this book it was listed as having been published in 2006. Actually it's from 2002. I'm sure it was a good book then, but there have been a lot of changes in this field since then. However, this may be the best book available--astonishingly, there don't seem to be any other books on this topic.
skriper
Haven't read it all, but can see it's gonna be good. It was copyrighted in 2002 so it obviously can't describe what's happened since, but it gives thorough background of the happenings up to then in a lucid, reader-friendly manner. This reader doesn't know what most of this stuff means but will after self-educating by finishing the book. Liking it a lot.
Xanna
old as the hills ,not what I thought it would be.......
Jare
Just what I expected.
BroWelm
A little heavy for my IQ
Grokinos
I was looking for a cell phone repair manual and after all my searching, this is the "best" book that Amazon had under my search, I was very disappointed with the content of the book.
Although you don't need to know how your cell phone works any more than you need to know how an internal combustion engine works in order to drive a car, it does help when it comes time to select a phone and service. This book will give you essential information for selecting the phone and service plan that's right for you. It does so in clear language, explaining technical details in a way that is not only understandable, but is actually fun to read. The author has a thorough knowledge of the industry and a gift for writing. That alone makes this book invaluable.
I appreciated the way that phone features and accessories were clearly explained. More importantly, I like the way Ms. Stetz navigates you through the confusing maze of service plans and options, which cuts through the confusion and makes you a more informed consumer. This is especially important when it comes to selecting a provided based on their technology. While the average consumer may thing that terms like GSM, TDMA and CDMA are not important, I can assure you from personal experience that they are. It also is important to know whether or not the provider you're considering has an all digital network or also has a mix of the older cellular technologies and digital because the ones with the old and new are less likely to impost roaming charges if you are in an area where digital service is unavailable and you have a phone that will switch modes. The providers that have only the newer digital technology will likely impose roaming charges if you go off their network, despite the advertising claims of for "anywhere" and "one rate". Armed with the information in this book you'll understand the fine print and can make informed decisions when selecting a provider (of understanding the costs of switching to a new provider).
If you're the type of person who is curious about how things work, then you're in for a treat because the book digs into details. Like the parts about phones, features and options, and service plans, the book sorts out the complexities and clearly explains them. You need not have a technical background (or even a technical mindset) to understand the book. I personally enjoyed learning about how the networks operate and what happens behind the scenes.