The book, " WirelessMAN: Inside the IEEE 802.46 Standard for Wireless Metropolitan Area Networks," the 802.16 Standard is explained and discusses in all forms of it's development. Authors Roger Marks and Kenneth Stanwood go through the process they took to write the book, and the people who helped them throughout this long process. This interview also explains what information the book covers, including why the features of 802.16 are the way that they are, how they got there and what the standard's purposes are. They hope that explaining this information more thoroughly will help engineers better understand the standard before they get involved, but also as they are working through the development process.
Authors Roger Marks and Kenneth Stanwood discuss their book, "WirelessMAN: Inside the IEEE 802.16 Standard for Wireless Metropolitan Area Networks." In this interview, the authors explain the process they took to write the book, who they book is intended to help, and why they decided to write the book in the format that they did.