CS 117 Lec 1A intro

CS 117 Lec 1A intro - CS 117 Computer Communications...

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1 CS 117: Computer Communications Networks: The Physical Layer Spring 2009 3704 BH Instructor: Prof. Revaz Dzhanidze (Thr lect + Lab) 3732K BH, Ph: 794 4579 [email protected] Co- Instructor: Prof. Mario Gerla (Tu Lectures only); 3732F BH, Ph: 825 54367 [email protected] Office hours: Th 10-12 AM Wireless Project Tutor: Daeki Cho  [email protected]  
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2 Course Objectives complement CS 118 in the Phy/MAC layer basic theory and technology of optical, wired and wireless Phy/MAC layers hands-on experience ( lab experiments) technical reports
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3 Reference Material Required: R Dzhanidze/M. Gerla: Course Notes for CS 117. 2004 . Course Reader Material; 1137 Westwood Blvd. (310) 443 3300. A. Tanenbaum. “Computer Networks”. Prentice Hall PTR. 2002. Recommended : Shiller. Mobile Communications . Second Edition, Addison Wesley 2003
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4 Tuesday Classes Internet and Wireless Nets Wireless LANs (802.11) Personal Communications Nets (Bluetooth) Sensor Networks (ZigBee) Cellular communications
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5 Model of a computer network Clients Server Network
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6 LAN Topology of the: Ethernet (a) and Token Ring networks (b). A B a b IEEE 802.3 IEEE 802.5
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7 Wide Area Network (WAN) Subnet Router (Switch) Host (Server) Client Links
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8 S print US  b a c kb o ne  ne two rk
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9 Wireless Networks In recent years, there has been an explosion of wireless applications Three wireless “waves”: Cellular networks (ie, cellphones) Wireless LANs Ad Hoc Networks; Personal Area Networks; sensor networks
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10 SURVEILLANCE MISSION SURVEILLANCE MISSION AIR-TO-AIR MISSION STRIKE MISSION FRIENDLY GROUND CONTROL (MOBILE) RESUPPLY MISSION SATELLITE COMMS Unmanned Control Platform COMM/TASKING COMM/TASKING Manned Control Platform COMM/TASKING UAV-UAV NETWORK AINS Scenario: Network of Autonomous Agents UAV-UGV NETWORK
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11 Ad Hoc Deployment of Sensors…
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12 Self-Configuration…
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13 Provide Situational-Awareness & Coordination Infrastructure
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This note was uploaded on 06/14/2009 for the course CS M117 taught by Professor Dzhanidze during the Spring '09 term at UCLA.

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