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Network and Data Security for Non-Engineers by Stephan S. Jones, Kevin Groom, Frank M. Groom

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Chapter 18

Cellular Access Security: 4G LTE, Mobile WiMAX, 5G, and MIMOs

Mobile computing device (mobile devices) are information systems that are capable of storing and processing large amounts of data without having a fixed-in-place or set physical location, all while being portable. Examples of mobile computing devices include smartphones, mobile devices, personal digital assistants (PDAs), and notebook/tablet computers. Since the introduction of these devices into society, the impact of the change on our everyday lives has increased significantly. Mobile devices have provided the user with the ability to multitask like never before. They allow people to send and receive e-mails and text messages, all while surfing the web and streaming high-definition ...

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