Wireless Communications
EEE-534 Wireless Communications
2014-2015 Spring
Course Information (1/2)
Instructor: Sinan Gezici
Office: EE503
Email: [email protected]
Office Hours: Monday 16:00-17:00, or anytime you can reach me.
Assistant: Ahmet D
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Chapter 1
1. In case of an accident, there is a high chance of getting lost. The transportation cost is very high each
time. However, if the infrastructure is set once, it will be very easy to use it repeatedly. Time for
wireless transmission is negligibl
Distributions of Functions of
The unit or standard normal random variable U is a normally distributed variable with mean zero and variance one, i.e. U N(0, 1). Note that if x N(, 2 ) that x U N(0, 1) Thus, to simulate a normal random variable with mean an
Homework Assignment 1: Physical Layer
18759: Wireless Networks [Max. 100 points]
Due Date:8th Feb(In class)
Problem 1: Shannon Capacity Theorem: [15 points]
According to the Shannons Channel capacity theorem:
Channel capacity C = B*log (1 + S/N)
Where B =
ENGG 5303/IERG 5100 Homework 1 Solution
September 30, 2013
P. 1
Pnoise = 160dBm
fc = 1GHz, d0 = 1m, = 0.3m, K = ( 4d0 )2 , = 4
We want SN R = 20dB = 100.
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Bilkent University
EEE-534 Wireless Communications
Homework 1
Due: March 9, 2015 (9:40)
1) Suppose we have a deterministic bandpass signal x(t) of bandwidth B around a carrier frequency
fc which we desire to lter with the following deterministic bandpas
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Cellular Concept
- In cellular systems, the total service area is divided into a number of smaller
areas, each of which is deﬁned as “cell”.
. Regular polygons may be used to represent the cell coverage: Hexagonal
cells are