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Iqra University Islamabad Campus Department of Computing and Technology Fall 2011 Semester Course Title : CrHr : Pre-requisite

: Wireless Communication Networks 3 Digital Communications, Computer Networks

, Contact: 03215204266 Instructors: Dr. Adnan Ahmed Khan Email: Web site for notes:

Introduction: Mobile Communication Networks enable people to communicate on the go, anywhere, anytime. In this course you will learn the fundamental techniques for the design and analysis of mobile communication Networks. The course deals with the fundamental physical layer and MAC layer principles and system level study of modern wireless communication systems. Wireless systems and standards like GSM, GPRS, IS-95, CDMA-2000, WCDMA, UMTS, HSPA, and LTE will be studied from system level perspective. In addition, Wireless Networks like IEEE 802.11 a/b/g, IEEE 802.16d/e . This is an industry-oriented course. Final Year Engineering students, Post Graduate students, Faculty Members from academia and professionals related to cellular and wireless industry will find it a useful course, to understand these systems and apply knowledge/ skills in real-life

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Overview of Wireless Systems and Standards. 2G Cellular Systems like GSM, IS-95 (CDMA) and CDMA-2000 Link Budget, Network Planning and Optimization of 2G Systems. 3G Cellular Communication Systems like WCDMA. Radio Resource Management (RRM) and Link Budget in WCDMA, WCDMA load Equations. 6. Network Planning and Challenges of WCDMA. 7. High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA). Adaptive Coding and Modulation and HARQ in HSDPA Release 5. 8. The dual-beam MIMO Spatial-Multiplexing scheme of HSDPA. 9. Time division-synchronous code division multiple access (TD-SCDMA). 10. Baton Handover, Time synchronization, Smart Antennas and Joint Detection in TD-SCDMA. 11. Multi-Carrier TD-SCDMA and TD-SCDMA HSDPA. 12. Capacity, coverage, Planning and Dimensioning of HSPA Network. 13. 4G Systems like Long Term Evolution (LTE). 14. Multi-Antenna Technology, Multi-Carrier Multiple Access (OFDMA, SCFDMA) in LTE. 15. Channel Models for UMTS and LTE.

16. Radio Resource Optimization and Scheduling Techniques for HSPA and LTE. 17. Wireless LAN IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n 18. Wireless MAN IEEE 802.16 d/e 19. Cooperative Relay Networks.
20. Detailed discussion on CSMA/CA MAC. 21. VSAT based Satellite Networks.

Text Book and course material: Wireless Communications: Principles and Practice, 2/e, Theodore S. Rappaport CDMA RF System Engineering by Samuel C. Yang Artech House ISBN 0-89006991-3 Radio Resource Management strategies in UMTS by Jordi Perez-Romero, Wiley Sons Introduction to 3G Mobile Communications 2nd Edn by Juhn Korhonen Major Examinations in the course : 2 x Midterm Exam Final Exam Marks Distributions and Timeline: Two Sessional Exams (5th &10th Week) Research Paper Review (Individual) Group Study project (max upto 4 students) Final Exam (18th Week) 30% (15% each) 15% 10% 40%

Week # Week 1 Lecture 1 Week 1 Lecture 2 Week 2 Lecture 1 Week 2 Lecture 2 Week 3 Lecture 1 Week 3 Lecture 2 Week 4 Lecture 1 Week 4 Lecture 2 Week 5 Lecture 1 Week 5 Lecture 2 Week 6 Lecture 1 Week 6 Lecture 2 Week 7 Lecture 1 Week 7 Lecture 2

Topics Overview of Wireless Systems and Standards 2G Cellular Systems like GSM, IS-95 (CDMA) and CDMA-2000 Introduction to Rel 99 UMTS/WCDMA, Channel Mapping, Physical Layer, Power Control Introduction to Rel 4 High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) and Rel 5 High Speed Uplink Packet Access (HSDPA) Introduction to IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n standards Introduction to IEEE 802.16 d/e standards Multi-Antenna Technology, Multi-Carrier Multiple Access (OFDMA, SC-FDMA) in LTE. Channel Models for UMTS and LTE. Mobile Adhoc Networks

Week 8 Lecture 1

Week 8 Lecture 2 Week 9 Lecture 1 Week 9 Lecture 2 Week 10 Lecture 1 Week 10 Lecture 2 Week 11 Lecture 1 Week 11 Lecture 2 Week 12 Lecture 1 Week 12 Lecture 2

Wireless Sensor Networks Cooperative Relay Networks and applications in Wireless Networks Advanced concepts like Hybrid ARQ, Adaptive Modulation and Coding, Multi-Antenna Technology,

Multi-Carrier Multiple Access (OFDMA, SC-FDMA) Introduction to SDR" The Need for Software Radios. What Is a Software Radio? Characteristics and Benefits of a Software Radio. Design Principles of a Software Radio.
Cognitive Radio (CR) Techniques

Week 13 Lecture 1 Week 13 Lecture 2 Week 14 Lecture 1 Week 14 Lecture 2

Basics of Satellite Communications, Clarks Concept, Satellite Orbit, Satellite configurations, Launch vehicles and launching of satellites, Satellite bus systems, Communication payload, Satellite Communication links, Frequency bands for satellite communications, etc Antenna parameters, Equivalent Isotropic Radiated Power (EIRP), Received Signal Power, Signal-toNoise ratio at the receiver Input, Influence of Propagation medium, Analysis of Satellite Link Budget parameters, Satellite link budget calculations, Case studies for Satellite link budgeting.
Very Small Aperture Terminal (VSAT) Networks Revision

Week 15 Lecture 1 Week 15 Lecture 2

Week 16 Lecture 1 Week 16 Lecture 2 Week 17 Lecture 1 Week 17 Lecture 2