The understanding of fields and media using discrete lattice models has been greatly aided by the advent of powerful computers. This has also led to the formulation of new and inspiring problems associated with the analysis of homogeneous discrete networks of interacting dynamical elements. This book investigates the nonlinear dynamics of peculiar discrete media made up of interconnected phase synchronization systems. After an introduction which sets out the nature of the problem, the book goes on to consider dynamic processes in chain and lattice networks, utilising both continuous and discrete synchronization systems as component elements. Computational studies aimed at oscillatory-wave phenomena will make the book valuable for specialists in radio engineering, biological excitable media and other branches of physics and biology as well as specialists in applied mathematics and nonlinear sciences.