CE 405 – Wireless information networks

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CE 405 – Wireless information networks; Weekly hours: 2+1, ECTS: 5
The course introduces underlying principles of wireless communications and practical systems. Topics covered include radio signal propagation, interference-limited communications, multiple access, radio resources management and mobility management. It describes the building blocks of wireless networks. The essential functions of cellular telephone systems and cellular planning. Details of the most important technologies including GSM, TDMA, FDMA, CDMA, and wideband CDMA. Introduction and overview personal communications; Principles of personal communications; Overview of digital communication systems; Functions of cellular telephone systems; Cellular planning; Analog cellular systems; Inter-system operations; Time and frequency division multiple access TDMA and FDMA; Global system for mobile communications (GSM); Spread Spectrum; Code division multiple access (CDMA); Wideband CDMA.