Network structure o packet data transport process

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Network structure o Packet-data transport process flow o Radio network o EVDO o EVDO Session flows Week 4 Assignments o Week 4 Lecture & Presentation o Quiz 4 Week 5 – LTE Week 5 Learning Objectives – Upon completion students will be able to: o LTE network architecture o UE o Enhanced node B o Core network o Radio channel components o Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) o Carrier Aggregation o Handover o LTE-Advanced Week 5 Assignments o Week 5 Lecture & Presentation o Quiz 5 Week 6 - WiFi Week 6 Learning Objectives – Upon completion students will be able to: o 802.11 Standards o WiFi Protocols o Network Architecture o 802.11 Encryption Standards Week 6 Assignments o Week 6 Lecture & Presentation o Quiz 6 Week 7 – Mobile Location-Based Services (LBS) and Mobile Security Week 7 Learning Objectives – Upon completion students will be able to: o Location based services (LBS) architecture
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o Locating methods o LBS applications o Mobile encryption standards: CMEA, A5/1, A5/2, KASUMI, KASME o Security vulnerabilities associated with wireless network architectures o Security vulnerabilities associated with mobile devices Week 7 Assignments o Week 7 Lecture & Presentation o Quiz 7 Week 8 – Review & Final Exam University of Arizona Final Examination Policy: - information?audience=students&cat1=10&cat2=31 ACCESSIBILITY AND ACCOMMODATIONS: It is the University’s goal that learning experiences be as accessible as possible. If you anticipate or experience physical or academic barriers based on disability, please let me know immediately so that we can discuss options. You are also welcome and encouraged to contact Disability Resources at (520-621-3268) to establish reasonable accommodations. TECHNOLOGY REQUIREMENTS AND SUPPORT: This course uses Desire2Learn (D2L), a web-based system for managing class activities and communications. You are automatically enrolled in the D2L course site, which will be utilized for the following purposes: 1) distribute course materials, 2) communicate and collaborate online, 3) post-grades, 4) submit assignments, and 5) take online quizzes and surveys. You are responsible for checking the D2L site regularly for classwork and announcements. The course site may be accessed through If access to D2L is not available for an extended period of time (greater than one entire evening - 6pm till 11pm) you can reasonably expect that the due date for assignments will be changed to the next day (assignment still due by 11 pm). Technical assistance is available 24/7 through the UA Help Desk at (520) 626-TECH (8324) or Online Class Etiquette What is Netiquette? Simply stated, it is network etiquette -- that is, the etiquette of cyberspace. And "etiquette" means "the forms required by good breeding or prescribed
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