31 Aug 2012
Book explains handset design
Two members of Cambridge Wireless, Abhi Naha and Peter Whale, have written a new book entitled ‘The Essentials of Mobile Handset Design’. Published by Cambridge University Press, the book is described as a "much needed guide that explains in a very understandable way all that is involved in designing a modern mobile handset, be that the latest smartphone, or the simplest “talk and text” device".
Nahu and Whale have made significant contributions to a number of Cambridge-based high-tech wireless ventures over the years. “We think the book is a much needed introduction to all of the key issues involved in designing the world's most advanced, highest volume product ever - the biggest platform in the history of humanity. All that we know and share in the book has been amassed through working in the hi-tech industry in Cambridge and engaging with key teams in all of the major mobile handset design and manufacturing organisations on the planet,” said Whale, who was recently re-elected to serve another term as a board member of Cambridge Wireless. He also co-chairs the Handset SIG with Abhi and others, and leads the team behind the annual Future of Wireless International Conference hosted by Cambridge Wireless.
“We cover all the key ingredients for success in the mobile industry, along with a range of case studies,” added Naha, who is the founding champion of the Cambridge Wireless Handset SIG.
In the book, the authors examine the critical factors for success in creating a winning design. The book is part of ‘The Cambridge Wireless Essentials Series’.
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