Mobile and Personal Networking

TNE80005 12.5 Credit Points Hawthorn

Duration

  • 1 Semester or equivalent

Contact hours

  • 48 Hours

Aims and objectives

Students who successfully complete this unit of study will be able to:

1. Use common wireless communications terminology and IEEE standards relating to wireless and cellular networks
2. Assess the performance of wireless links under varying conditions by selecting and applying suitable channel models.
3. Assess the performance of wireless networks under different traffic loads and the presence of noise.
4. Appreciate the advantages, disadvantages, and behaviour of different mobile communications systems.
5. Design cellular mobile telecommunication systems to specified parameters.
6. Appraise the performance of wireless communications systems and sub-systems
7. Predict the performance of wireless modulation and multiple-access techniques.
8. Assess the behaviour of protocols and architectures as used in current wireless networks.
9. Simulate and analyse the performance of wireless communications systems and sub-systems, interpret results, and formulate conclusions.