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Edited by K. Goals of future systems beyond 3G are straightforward—to provide wireless services to an increasingly mobile society that are dependable and enhanced, while minimizing their cost per megabyte. Such systems will require higher speeds, higher performance and higher capacity.
There has been a flurry of activity to standardize, test and implement the next-generation systems beyond 3G. The notions of spectral efficiency, multiple smart beams, dynamic carrier structure, and dynamic resource allocation are all designed to provide much more capacity at lower cost.
Who is a Wireless Professional? Each year, hundreds of schools in dozens of countries graduate thousands of wireless professionals. The education these institutions provide equips their graduates with varying levels of wireless system knowledge.
Some provide basic and some provide advanced training, while others provide an in-depth education within a narrow specialty.
Unfortunately, there is no common set of educational requirements that dictates the level of training. Today, more than ever, the dynamic growth and globalization of the wireless communications industry brings to the forefront the need for all practitioners to rely on a common language and set of tools. The intent of the WEBOK is to serve as a tool to help develop common technical understanding, language, and approach among wireless professionals whose careers have developed in different parts of the world.
The information presented in the following chapters is a general overview of the evolution of wireless technologies, their impact on the profession, and common professional best practices. Many wireless professionals may also find the WEBOK to be a useful tool for keeping pace with evolving standards.