Wireless Communication

 

 

Objectives

 

This class surveys core technologies of transmission protocols, modulations, and error controls on wireless and mobile communication fields. Specifically, CDMA and WLAN technologies are introduced. Also, wireless and mobile communication simulation methods using NS-2 is presented in the course.


  • Medium of instruction : English
  • The class will start from September 30th, Friday because of lecturer's business trip.
  • The missed lecture will be provided before the final exam.

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[WLAN configurations]



Prerequisite  


The course assumes students have previous C/C++/MATLAB programming experience and have basic knowledge of digital signal processing and digital communication.

 

 

Required textbook

 

  1. Wireless Communication & Networks (William Stallings)
  2. Lecture notes (presentation files) are given to all students through the class website.



Reference Books and websites

 

http://williamstallings.com/StudentSupport.html

 

 

Course Description

 

  1. All lecture materials can be downloaded on the web site : http://ubicom.chosun.ac.kr
  2. Key technologies and features of wireless communication are introduced



Evaluation


All of full-time and part-time students are expected to attend the class regularly.


  • Class participation 30%
  • Assignments/term project 20 %
  • Final Exam 50 %



Course Outline


1st week - Introduction


2nd week - Transmission Fundamentals


3rd week - Protocols and the TCP/IP suite


4th week - Antennas and Propagation


5th week - Signal Encoding Techniques


6th week - Spread Spectrum


7th week - CDMA/GSM


8th week - CDMA/GSM


9th week - Coding and Error control


10th week - NS-2 simulation


11th week - Satellite systems


12th week - Mobile IP


13th week - NS-2 simulation


14th week - NS-2 simulation


15th week - final-term exam



Useful references


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