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1.0_117_Intro_S_10 - CS M117 Computer Networks The Physical...

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1 CS M117 Computer Networks: The Physical Layer March 30; Spring 2010 Instructor: Revaz Dzhanidze BH 3732K; [email protected] TA: Tsung-Yi (Steven) [email protected] Reader: Siddharth Mundle 3704 BH [email protected]
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2 Office Hours (tentative) Professor R. Dzhanidze 11:00-12:00 AM T/R 3732K or 3704 BH TA - Lab 1 A Wednesday 10:00 - 11:50 AM; 3704 BH TA - Lab 1 B Wednesday 12:00 - 1:50 AM; 3704 BH Additional lab time may be scheduled by appointment with the TA. The TA may announce additional lab time during the quarter. Newsgroup and Website http://www.cs.ucla.edu/classes/spring10/cs117 ucla.classes.cs.cs117 - available on CSnet and SEASnet news servers
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3 Course Objectives To provide fundamental knowledge of the theory underlying wireless data communication systems relevant to digital data communications. To provide hands-on experience by performing a series of laboratory experiments with a number of important laboratory instruments. To gain experience in preparing formal technical project and report based upon series of laboratory experiments and special experiments using set of wireless communication network.
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4 CS M117 is a 6 unit course. Workload Weekly 3 hours lecture 2 hours homework 2 hours lab experiment 2 hours report 6 hours outside study 3 hours project No Midterms, No Finals
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5 Lab Experiments Laboratory Experiments: Lab 1 - Signals in frequency and time domains Lab 2 - Amplitude & Frequency modulation Lab 3 - 802.11b Wireless LAN Lab 4 - Bluetooth communications PJ. Lab– Special Wireless Experiments (SWE)
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