In the last decade, wireless technology has evolved rapidly, paving the way for a myriad of mobile applications with significant impact on different aspects of our life. The increasing demand for bandwidth, coupled with the agility and flexibility needed for “anytime, anywhere” access. Has brought about new challenges and gave rise to new paradigms and technology to address the exponential growth in the number of wireless devices and the need for high-speed, long-range wireless communications.
This course introduces fundamental concepts of wireless networks. In particular, this course will introduce students to fundamental concepts and design principles of wireless networking. The course will also discuss enabling technologies, including wireless personal and local area networks, and cellular network (4G and LTE). Introduction to the wireless physical layer, presented in a way that is accessible for students, discusses using wireless MAC mechanisms and describes commonly used wireless data communication standards and applications.
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