Wireless Network and Communication

Course number: 
CIS 5639
Fall 2015

Participants are expected to have knowledge of the following courses (grade of C or better)

  • CIS 3207: Introduction to Systems Programming and Operating Systems
  • CIS 3223: Data Structures and Algorithms
  • —Wireless Communications and Networks, Second Edition, William Stallings.
  • Jon Mark, Weihua Zhuang, "Wireless Communications and Networking," Prentice Hall. ISBN: 0130409057; 2003
  • P. Zheng et al. Wireless Networking Complete, Morgan Kaufmann, 2009.
Topics covered: 
  • Basic overview of wireless transmission
  • Basic communication network technologies
  • Wireless Networks & Protocols
  • Antennas and Propagation Fundamentals
  • Wireless Signal Transmission Techniques
  • Spread Spectrum
  • Transmission Error, Detection, & Control
  • Satellite Communications
  • Cellular Communication and Networks
  • Mobile IP and Wireless Access Protocol
  • Wireless Local Area Networks
  • Wireless Ad Hoq and Sensor Networks
  • Advanced Networks Technologies
Course goals: 
—Introduce fundamental concepts, design principles and performance issues in wireless communications, wireless networks, and associated technologies. Particularly, 
  • —Characterize and differentiate wireless networks and communications, including frequency band, signal encoding technique, error correction technique, and network architecture.
  • —Introduce wireless networks and technologies, satellite, cellular, fixed wireless access, and wireless LANs, 4G LTE, wireless sensor networks
  • Applications: Technologies and applications developed on top of wireless infrastructures, especially mobile IP and wireless Web access.
Attendance policy: 
Attendance to all meetings of the class is mandatory.
There will have Q&A, class discussion, and home works
Accomodations for Students with Disabilities: 
Any student who has a need for accommodation based on the impact of a documented disability, including special accommodations for access to technology resources and electronic instructional materials required for the course, should contact me privately to discuss the specific situation by the end of the second week of classes or as soon as practical. If you have not done so already, please contact Disability Resources and Services (DRS) at 215-204-1280 in 100 Ritter Annex to learn more about the resources available to you. I will work with DRS to coordinate reasonable accommodations for all students with documented disabilities. (http://www.temple.edu/studentaffairs/disability/accommodations/).
Student and Faculty Academic Rights and Responsibilities: 
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