Handbook Lays Down Handset Design Essentials
Be it the latest smart phone or the simplest talk-and-text device, Essentials of Mobile Handset Design by Abhi Naha and Peter Whale, published by Cambridge University Press, explains all that is involved in designing a modern mobile handset. The book captures the know-how accumulated by the authors through their contributions to a number of Cambridge-based high-tech wireless ventures over the years. Abhi Naha, founding champion of the Cambridge Wireless Handset SIG, states, “We cover all the key ingredients for success in the mobile industry, along with a range of case studies.” The authors examine the critical factors for success in creating a winning design. “Innovation is the fuel of the mobile handset industry. But you can’t design in isolation,” Naha says. The book applies a holistic design approach, which is the inter-connectedness of a wide range of design issues requiring a strong collaboration dynamic between all the different players in the handset ecosystem. It’s available now from the Cambridge University Press web store and major online book retailers. For more info, go to www.cambridgewireless.co.uk or www.mobilehandsetdesign.com.
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