|CME 568A: Mobile Communications|
Introduction, mobile communication systems and standards, mobile radio propagation, large scale path loss and small scale multi-path fading, Doppler Spread, delay spread and coherence bandwidth, coverage techniques and cellular concept, modulation techniques for mobile radio, access techniques spread spectrum and diversity. (3 credit hours)
|CME 460: Optical Fiber Communications|
Introduction to principle of optical communications, including: Theory of optical waveguides/ Electromagnetics in optical waveguides, Step- and graded-index fiber, Attenuation and dispersion, Optical sources (LED and lasers) , Amplifiers, Detector, Modulation and multiplexing/ Coherent optical communications, Applications of optical fiber comm. (examples of actual systems)
|Wireless Networks-Graduate Course |
This course focuses on the principles of operation, architectures, protocol design, and applications of the various types of wireless networks. Specifically, this course covers wireless networking fundamentals, wireless networking enabling technologies, wireless networking protocols/schemes, quality of service and mobility aspects in wireless networks, wireless networking programming: modeling and simulations. The practical component of the course will be implemented at the Wireless Networking Lab.
|Signals and Systems|
Continuous and discrete time signals and systems, continuous and discrete time convolution, continuous and discrete LTI systems, Fourier analysis for continuous-time signals, properties and applications of Fourier transform, Laplace transform and z-transform. Prerequisite.
|Wireless Protocols (Graduate Course)|
This course will first briefly review wireless communications and networking principles. Then, this course will cover the underlying and future enabling-technologies and standards related to wireless cellular networks (GSM/WCDMA; Pico and Femto cells), wireless local area networks (LANs), Ad Hoc wireless mobile networks, self-organizing networks and complex networks, next-generation cognitive radio networks, and vehicular Ad Hoc networks, with special emphasis on core network consolidation.
Introduction to Generic Communication Systems, Review of Signals & Linear Systems, Linear (or Amplitude) Modulation/Demodulation: DSB, AM, SSB, receivers, bandwidth QAM, VSB, FDM, Angle Modulation: FM, PM, receivers, bandwidth, Superheterodyne receiver, Pulse Modulation: PAM, PDM, PPM, PCM, DM, Differential PCM, Adaptive, Differential PCM.
|CME 654 Advanced Probability Theory||2018|