Lecture: Mobile Communication
The lecture is offered for Master Computer Science (module MA-INF 3202), for Diploma students (DPO Informatik, Hauptstudium) and for B-IT students in Master Media Informatics. More information see below. Lecture and Exercises/Tutorials will be given in English language.
- Term: Master, Diploma (Graduate)
- Requirements: see below
- Faculty: MA-INF 3202; alte DPO: B/C; neue DPO: B
- Effort: 2L+2E / 6CP (diploma 4CP)
- Follow-up/Side-events: A seminar will take place in the next lecture period. Subsequent to lectures "High Performance Networking" and "Mobile Communication" participating in a lab is possible.
Registration - information on how to officially register for the module "Mobile Communication" can be found in this slide set - the deadline for registration is Nov. 30, 2011 (for all students of Uni Bonn).
If you did not participate in the first lecture on Tuesday October 11, please carefully read the "information on tutorials/exercises".
The first assignment sheet will appear on Tuesday October 18, the first exercise will take place on Tuesday October 25, attendance and preparation/active participation is mandatory!
Please note that the lecture room has been changed to LBH III.03a compared to the prior announcement of room II.27!.
- for students of Master Computer Science: High Performance Networking (MA-INF 3101)
- for Diploma students: High Performance Networking or legacy: Data Communication and Internet Technology or Rechnernetze I
- for B-IT MI students: High Performance Networking / Data Communication and Internet Technology (or similar - requiring specific negotiation with the lecturer)
Mobility Management in the Internet, Wireless Communication Basics,
Wireless Networking Technologies, Cellular/Mobile Communication
Networks (voice and data communication), Ad-hoc and Sensor
Mailing List - "Mobile Communication"
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Slides and Presentations
Access to the files is unrestricted from within the computer science department. Access from outside requires a username and a password, which has been announced in the first lecture.
0. Important information about this lecture
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1.1. Everything moves …
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2. Wireless Communication Basics
2.1. Signal Propagation Characteristics
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3. Wireless Technologies Overview3.1. Bluetooth
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|3.2. Wireless LAN IEEE 802.11||Slides 1-71 (780.591 Bytes)|
|3.3. WiMAX - Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access (IEEE 802.16) |
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4. Cellular phone network: GSM, HSCSD, EDGE, GPRS
4.1. Motivation + Overview of GSM
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5. Mobility Management in (Wireless) Networks5.1. Mobility in the Internet – Mobile IP
5.2. Mobility Management Internet vs. GSM/GPRS
5.3. Further Information
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6. Third generation mobile communication: UMTS6.1. Overview of 3G/UMTS and its architecture
6.2. WCDMA Principles, Spread Spectrum
6.3. Support of mobility: Macro-diversity & Handover
6.4. Breathing cells & Power Control
6.5. Outlook: Future generations of mobile communication
6.6. Further information
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Changes / Add-ons in chapter 66.5. Outlook: Future generations of mobile communication
|7. Mobile Ad hoc Networks (guest lecture Dr. Michael Gerharz)||Handout (2.250.477 Bytes)|
|Sensor Networks Overview (guest lecture Prof. Dr. Pedro José Marrón)||Slides (670.620 Bytes)|
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