CSE3213_01_Introduction_W2012

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2 CSE 3213: Communication Networks Winter 2012 Course Web-Page : http://www.cs.yorku.ca/course/3213/ (all lecture notes will be posted on this page) Instructor : Dusan Stevanovic (dusan@cse.yorku.ca) Office Hours : Monday 14:00 - 16:00 (CSE 2052) Prerequisite : General Prerequisite. Textbook : " Communication Networks: Fundamental Concepts and Key Architectures ", A. Leon-Garcia and I. Widjaja, McGraw Hill, 2004, 2nd edition. Other Material : “Data Communications and Networking", B. A. Forouzan, McGraw Hill, 2007, 4 th edition. "Computer Networks: A Systems Approach – Network Simulation Experiments Manual", E. Aboelela, Morgan Kaufmann, 2008, 2nd edition.
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4 Grading Scheme : Quiz 1, 2: 2 x 6 % = 12 % Lab Report 1, 2: 2 x 4 % = 8 % Midterm ( Feb 15 ): 35 % Final: 45 % Missed Quizes: Make-ups of missed Quizzes will NOT be possible. Exact time of each Quiz will be announced on the course Web site, in advance. Missed Midterm : Make-ups of missed midterm exams are only possible in extremely exceptional situations, by arrangement well prior to the exam. Lab Software : OPNET IT Guru (Academic Edition) free network simulation software 6-month renewable licence lab-manual will be available after reading week labs to take place in March
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5 Course Objective and Schedule : The course is an introduction to communications and networking. Topics covered include: Message, Circuit, Packet Switching LANs, WANs Applications and Layered Architectures Time and Frequency Representations of Signals Intro to Fourier Analysis Digital vs. Analog Communications Channel Capacity, Nyquist and Shannon Theorems Line Coding (RZ, NRZ, Bipolar, Manchester) Digital Modulation (ASK, PSK, FSK) Analog Modulation (AM, FM, PM) PCM and Delta Modulation Error Detection and Correction Flow and Error Control Medium Access Control (Aloha, CSMA, Scheduling) LAN Protocols (Ethernet, Token Ring, Wireless LANs) Connecting LANs Network Layer IP Protocol
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6 Channel or Communication Medium coding Receiver Sender decoding Signal Signal Data Data Fact, Idea, Feeling, Knowledge Telecommunication = communication over distance modulation
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