Wireless Systems Instructional Design

The Wireless Systems Instructional Design Course utilizes a multidisciplinary approach to foster understanding and hands-on design of wireless systems with emphasis on crosslayer issues. This course combines graduate elements of both Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) and Computer Science (CS) Courses.

Topics covered include: wireless systems and technologies: standards, spectrum and evolution; radio propagation, interference and PHY layer issues; design and protocols of MAC layer, network layer; challenges & opportunities in application designs for resource and cost constrained mobile terminals; impact and interaction of PHY, MAC and network layers; challenges of crosslayer design; challenges in simulation and emulation of wireless system design; software and hardware packages in the instructional laboratory (e.g. SPW, Spectrum Analyzer, ns2, OPNET, etc).

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