This latest book by Dr. Wong (published by Wiley in January 2012) is for wireless engineers who would like to broaden their knowledge in the field, as well as graduate students in telecommunications who are interested in learning more about how the academic concepts covered in universities plays out in real wireless systems. Read more about this book in IEEE ComSoc's blog post.
Topics included: RF, antennas, propagation, wireless access, wireless network and service architectures, security and network management, facilities infrastructure, ASPR, fundamentals ..
This book by Dr. Wong (published by Artech House in December 2004) covers wireless networking in terms of concepts, protocols, and standards. It is recommended for engineers who are new to the field and who would like an overall picture of how IP and wireless converge. The book includes the following chapters
The Wireless Engineering Body of Knowledge (WEBOK) was compiled by IEEE Communications Society as a basic reference for those seeking to obtain the Wireless Communications Engineering Technologies (WCET) certification. It expands on the list of topics covered in the WCET exam, providing introductions to various topics and including many references for further study.
(by Mouly and Patet). We consider this book to be the best overall introduction to GSM.
(by Jakes). This book is a classic reference on radio propagation.
(by Rappaport). This textbook is an excellent introduction to wireless communications systems.