CE-451 Spring 12-lec1 - Lecture 1 Introduction...

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Unformatted text preview: Lecture 1 Introduction & Background CE-451 Spring 2012 Mobile Communications Syllabus Introduction to Wireless Communications Modern Wireless Communication Systems Cellular Design Fundamentals, cell planning, frequency reuse, handoff strategies, Link Budget Analysis Multiple Access Techniques for Wireless Communications CDMA in Mobile Communication Systems Mobile Radio Propagation: Large Scale Path-loss Mobile Radio Propagation: Small Scale Fading & Multipath Mobile Network Layer Diversity Equalization Wireless Systems & Standards: GSM, GPRS and EDGE Thirds Generation Network Fourth Generation Network 3/13/2012 Institute of Space Technology 2 Textbook & Reference Books T. S. Rappaport, Wireless Communications: Principles & Practices, 2nd Edition, Prentice Hall. Jochen Schiller, Mobile Communications, 2 nd Edition GSM Architecture Protocols and Services, 3 rd Edition by Christian Bettstetter and Christian Hartmann GPRS in Practice: A Companion to the Specifications by Peter McGuiggan References Material: Mobile Communication Systems by Krzysztof Wesolowski Wireless Communications by Andrea Goldsmith, Cambridge University Press 3/13/2012 Institute of Space Technology 3 ASSESMENT: Assignments 10% Quizzes 20% Hour Tests 30% Final 40% Total 100% 3/13/2012 Institute of Space Technology 4 Why Mobile Communication? 3/13/2012 Institute of Space Technology 5 Challenges of mobility 3/13/2012 Institute of Space Technology 6 A little history and evolution of mobile radio 3/13/2012 Institute of Space Technology 7 1897: Marconi invented wireless concept 1960s & 1970s: Bell laboratories developed the cellular concept 1970s: Development of highly reliable, miniature solid state radio frequency hardware Wireless communication era was born Mobile telephone penetration 3/13/2012 Institute of Space Technology 8 Figure 1.1 The growth of mobile telephony as compared with other popular inventions of the 20th century. Historical Background 3/13/2012 Institute of Space Technology 9 3/13/2012 Institute of Space Technology 10 3/13/2012 Institute of Space Technology 11 The current status of Wireless Communication 3/13/2012 Institute of Space Technology 12 3/13/2012 Institute of Space Technology 13 Examples of Mobile Radio Communication Systems 3/13/2012 Institute of Space Technology 14 Definitions...
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