syllabus - wireless communication standard(e.g IEEE 802.11n...

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EE 5505 - Wireless Communication Spring 2010 Course Information Instructor: Nihar Jindal, 6-119 EE/CS, [email protected], 625-6306 Class Time and Location: Tu/Th, 11:15 AM - 12:30 PM, ME 108 Office Hours: Mon 2-3, Thurs 1:30 - 2:30, 6-119 EE/CS TA: Peng Wu, [email protected] TA Office Hours: Wed, 1-2:30, 2-127 EE/CS Class Webpage: Required Textbook: Wireless Communication , Andrea Goldsmith, Cambridge University Press, 2005. Prerequisite: EE 4501 or an equivalent undergraduate communications course is required; EE 5501 (Digital Communication) or an equivalent graduate digital communications course is recommended. Familiarity with MATLAB will be useful. Homework: Approximately weekly. Exams: One midterm exam (date TBD) and a final exam (Tuesday, May 11, 8-10 AM). Project: A project is a required portion of this course. The project will either be on a
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Unformatted text preview: wireless communication standard (e.g., IEEE 802.11n) or on a research topic. The project will be due towards the end of the semester, and detailed will be provided later. Grading Policy: Final grade will be 10% project, 20% midterm, 35% homework, and 35% final. Course Topics 1. Wireless Channel Models Path Loss, Shadowing, Statistical Models for Narrowband and Wideband Fading 2. Digital Communication in Wireless Channels Performance of Digital Modulation in Fading Channels, Channel Coding & Capacity, Adaptive Modulation & Coding, Diversity, ARQ 3. Digital Communication in Wideband Fading Equalization, OFDM, Spread Spectrum 4. Multi-User Systems Multiple Access, Scheduling, Multi-User Capacity Limits 5. Multiple Antenna Communication 1...
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