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ADVANCE MOBILE TECHNOLOGY & NETWORKING. Course Content. Schedules. Monday: 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM Wednesday: 11:00 AM– 1:00 PM Room 2406. Visiting Scholar. Name: Sharmin Parveen E-mail ID: [email protected] , [email protected]

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Advance mobile technology networking

ADVANCE MOBILE TECHNOLOGY & NETWORKING

Course Content


Schedules

Schedules

  • Monday: 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM

  • Wednesday: 11:00 AM– 1:00 PM

  • Room 2406


Visiting scholar

Visiting Scholar

  • Name: Sharmin Parveen

  • E-mail ID: [email protected] ,

    [email protected]

  • Course Web: https://scele.cs.ui.ac.id

  • Office Room:1201, Building A, Depok Campus

  • Time for consultation: On appointment


Advance mobile technology networking

GOAL

  • The objective of this course is to focus on recent advances in the wireless and mobile network technologies, Mobile Video Internet for supporting the broad spectrum of emerging video-centric applications.

  • The course is intended to provide students with the knowledge on Mobile WiMAX, Bluetooth, GPRS, UMTS along with their security issues.

  • This course will have the goal of understanding the research and deployment challenges in building the Next Generation Ubiquitous Networks.


Course layout

Course Layout

  • Mobile Network Architecture

  • Wireless and mobile network techniques and protocols

  • Concept of Heterogeneous Network

  • Wireless Network Security

  • Application-specific technologies

  • Cognitive Radio (CR) and dynamic spectrum sharing systems

  • Network Performance & Analysis

  • Wireless delivery models

  • Mobile and ubiquitous multimedia


Mobile network architecture

Mobile Network Architecture

  • GSM

  • GPRS

  • UMTS


Wireless and mobile network techniques and protocols

Wireless and mobile network techniques and protocols

  • 802.11 WLAN/802.11n

  • 802.16 WiMAX, Mobile WiMAX

  • 3G cellular networks

  • MAC/PHY layer techniques

  • MIMO technology for point-to-point and multi-user wireless communication


Concept of heterogeneous network

Concept of Heterogeneous Network

  • Integration of WLAN and 3G Networks

  • Integration of Wi-FI and WiMAX

  • Integration of WiMAX and GSM


Wireless network security

Wireless Network Security

  • Security and management in wireless, multicast, multi-media and/or converged environments

  • Threats, vulnerabilities and requirements for security management


Application specific technologies

Application-specific technologies

  • Mobile VoD, SDV, IPTV

  • Mobile video conferencing

  • Mobile video gaming

  • Video surveillance and sensing

  • Mobile Ad Hoc and Sensor systems

  • Bluetooth


Cognitive radio cr and dynamic spectrum sharing systems

Cognitive Radio (CR) and dynamic spectrum sharing systems

  • Multiple access schemes for cognitive radio

  • Resource management in cognitive radio networks

  • Spectrum sensing mechanisms and protocol support

  • Spectrum sharing/trading in cognitive radio networks


Network performance analysis

Network Performance & Analysis

  • Quality of Service metrics

  • Traffic analysis

  • Experimental results from test bed/deployments

  • Video quality measurement


Wireless delivery models

Wireless delivery models

  • Broadcast/multicast

  • P2P mobile video

  • Vehicular video deliver


Mobile and ubiquitous multimedia

Mobile and ubiquitous multimedia

  • Wireless and mobile multimedia systems

  • Media streaming, distribution and storage

  • Network support for multimedia

  • Overlay networks for multimedia

  • Grid /cloud computing support for multimedia


Assignments

Assignments

  • Periodically assingments will be given on relevant topics.

  • Assignments will be due on the specified date.

  • Late Policy: 20% maximum grade will be deducted every additional day.


Examination scheme grading system

Examination Scheme & Grading System

  • Examination Scheme:

    • Class Participation

    • Quizes

    • Case Analysis

    • Group Projects and Presentation

    • Midterm Exam and

    • Final Exam

  • Grading System:

    • Class Participation - 10%

    • Quizzes - 10%

    • Case Analysis Assignments- 10%

    • Group Project - 25%

    • Midterm Exam - 20%

    • Final Exam - 25%

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      Total 100%

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Reference books

Reference Books

  • J. Schiller, Mobile Communication, Addison-Wesley, 2003.

  • J. W. Mark, W. Zhuang, Wireless Communications and Networking, Prentice-Hall of India Private Ltd.

  • G. Sanders, L. Thorens, M. Reisky, O. Rulik and S. Deylitz, GPRS Networks, John Wiley, 2003.

  • K. Pahlavan, P. Krishnamurthy, Principle of Wireless Networks, Prentice-Hall of India Private Ltd., 2003.

  • A. K. talukder, Roopa R. Yavagal, Mobile Computing, Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Ltd., 2005.

  • T. S. Rappaport, Wireless Communications: Principles and Practice, Prentice Hall, 1996.

  • K. Feher, Wireless Digital Communications - Modulation & Spread Spectrum Applications, Prentice Hall, 1995.

  • C. Smith, D. Collins,3G Wireless Networks, Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Ltd., 2007.

  • W. Stallings, Wireless Communications & Networks, Prentice-Hall of India Private Ltd., 2006.

  • R. Kamal, Mobile Computing, OXFORD University Press, 2007.

  • William C.Y. Lee, Wireless and Cellular Communications, McGraw-Hill, 2006.

  • J.G. Andrews, A Ghosh, R. Muhamed, Fundamental of WiMAX-Understanding Broadband Wireless Networking, Prentice-Hal

    (Relevant Journal and Conference Papers will be provided whenever required.)


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