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It is filled with technical information and strength calculation, the technology evolution behind the old technology to the new one and potential technology outlook. I went through it for 5 minutes and I know there's no way to understand this book without a professor explaining everything. I gave up. So, if you are looking for marketing related book, it isn't what you want. But for the technical insights it offers, even though I don't understand a single formula it listed, I am sure it's quite profound.
So far the content is quite good. I suspect that by the time I get to the end of the book I will be quite impressed. But, I am going crazy with this "English as a second language" grammar. The editor of this book ought to get into another line of work. This book is tedious to read with pointless punctuation, excessive passive voice and unnecessary words plugged-in all throughout the text.
For example: page 19, "Since it is impossible to know what services that will be poplar and since service possibilities and offers will differ with time and possible also with country Yikes what does this mean exactly? Engineering books are not exactly "page-turners" and tend to be a little monotonous at best - that is the nature of the beast.
But excessive use of passive voice makes the book exceptionally tiresome. For example: page 17, "In parallel to the technical development of the mobile devices, the mobile communication technologies are developed to meet the demands of the new services enabled". Versus something like this: Mobile communication technologies are developed in parallel with mobile device technologies to meet the demands of new services. At any rate these are a few samples of this tiresome writing style. Buyer beware Great educational guide From Amazon Read this book leisurely and there's quite a bit of info on the topic.
Though I don't have a huge background in engineering, I do come from the sciences so can understand much of the technical portions. It is all laid out in a good easy to read style. While portions of this book are highly technical, to say the least, you are never far away from a practical explanation in down-to-earth terms from one of the authors.
While this may not be considered a "page turner", it is very approachable when broken into individual chapters. You will likely find yourself re-reading many sections of the book to understand concepts that may have escaped your grasp earlier on, but everyone needs to learn at their own pace, and sometimes it is easier to set aside particular topics to come back to them later on. The individual chapters make learning in this fashion highly manageable, since they tend to stick pretty close to a specific subject.