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Wireless Systems Instructional Design. What is this course about?. Application. Network. Link. PHY. Spectrum. Computer Science. Electrical Engineering. Course Outline. Foundation Introduction to wireless communication RF signal propagation & Measurements

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what is this course about
What is this course about?

Application

Network

Link

PHY

Spectrum

Computer Science

Electrical Engineering

course outline
Course Outline
  • Foundation
    • Introduction to wireless communication
    • RF signal propagation & Measurements
    • Overview of modulation techniques & PHY
    • Multiple Access Techniques
    • Network Layer Protocols
    • Application Layer Issues
    • PHY, MAC & Networks layer Simulation and Protocol Design
  • Case studies
    • IEEE 802.11
    • Adhoc & Sensor Networks
  • Lecturers
lecture project details
Lecture & Project Details
  • Weekly Outline
    • Lecture 1: Overview & Introduction to propagation & PHY
    • Lecture 2: PHY and RF signal propagation & Measurements Project
    • Lecture 3: PHY Simulations of Communication Systems: Principles & Methodology
    • Lecture 4: Introduction to Multiple Access Techniques and Project Description
    • Lecture 5: Introduction to Network Layer Protocols and Project Description
    • Lecture 6: MAC & Network Simulations of Wireless Systems: Principles & Methodology
    • Lecture 7: Application Layer Issues and Project Description
    • Lecture 8: Interactions of PHY, MAC & Network layer Simulation and Protocol Design
    • Lectures 9++ : Devoted to Project Work related discussion
  • Tools & Packages
    • Spectraplan, SPW, ns2
references
References
  • Wireless Communications:Theodore S. Rappaport, Prentice Hall Communications Engineering and Emerging Technologies Series.
  • IEEE 802.11 standards specification.
course grading project format
Course Grading & Project Format
  • Project Work & Presentation - 70%
  • Project Related Oral Exam  - 30%
  • Project Format
    • Each student will do a total of either 2 or 3 team projects from PHY/MAC/Network/Application Layers
    • Teams will be formed based on class break-up among ECE and CS students
wireless systems examples
AM, FM Radio

TV Broadcast

Satellite Broadcast

2-way Radios

Cordless Phones

Satellite Links

Mobile Telephony Systems

Wireless Local Loop (WLL)

Microwave Links

Wireless LANs

Infrared LANs

Wireless Systems: Examples

Broadcast (analog)

2-way communication

(analog)

2-way communication

(digital)

wireless systems range comparison
Wireless Systems: Range Comparison

Mobile

Telephony,

WLL

MW

Radio

SW

Radio

Satellite

Links

FM

Radio

WLANs

Blueooth

IR

1 m

10 m

100 m

1 Km

10 Km

100 Km

1,000 Km

em spectrum
EM Spectrum

ISM band

902 – 928 Mhz

2.4 – 2.4835 Ghz

5.725 – 5.785 Ghz

VHF

UHF

SHF

EHF

LF

MF

HF

300MHz

30MHz

30GHz

300GHz

3GHz

3MHz

30kHz

300kHz

100mm

10cm

10m

1cm

1m

100m

10km

1km

FM radio

S/W radio

TV

TV

AM radio

cellular

X rays

Gamma rays

visible

UV

infrared

1 MHz

1 GHz

1 kHz

1 THz

1 EHz

1 PHz

Propagation characteristics are different in each frequency band

rest of this lecture
Rest of this lecture
  • Overview of Radio Propagation
  • Overview of Digital Communication Systems with emphasis on PHY
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