Communication Networks (Kommunikationsnetvaerk)

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Communication Networks
(Kommunikationsnetværk)



Specialisations:


Distributed Application Engineering



Network Planning & Management

Ole Brun Madsen

Professor

Henrik Schiøler

Associate Professor

Ramjee Prasad

Professor


Institute of Electronic Systems

Objectives:

to give the students knowledge about and understanding of analysis and
design of modern communication networks


to make it possible for the student to apply classic as well as advanced
methods and theories in analysis, design, validity control and test of
modern communication systems.


The line communication networks consists of two semesters which
covers wireless and stationary communication technology.

The line supports the specialisations within:



Distributed Application Engineering


Network Planning and Management.



Communication Networks

Project Unit Description for 6th semester
-

Communication Networks


Theme: Basic Wireless Communication Technology


Objective:



To obtain knowledge about basic wireless communication systems


To obtain knowledge about the qualities of present wireless
communication principles


To be able to use methods and theories for analysis and design of
functional wireless communication systems.


Communication Networks
6th semester

Content:

The project work is based on a specific problem where wireless communication
technology gives a possible solution.

The problem is analysed according to communication needs including quality
service. A number of wireless communication technologies are compared with
the identified needs and a technology is chosen for further processing.

As a solution to the problem a distribution system is designed based on the
wireless communication technology chosen for the purpose.

A small number of elements are implemented, enough to be able to demonstrate
the abilities of the established communication facilities. Tests are carried out at
module system level and accept tests are partly specified.

The project work has to cover practical wireless communication, fixed systems,
system/SW analysis and design, real time aspects and tests. In the wireless
communication you use a completed module which is able to communicate with
a fixed control system.

Communication Networks
6th semester

Courses:


There are courses within wireless communication systems and
stationary systems.


Examination:


The examination is assessed as an oral exam with the participation of an
internal examiner.

The exam is based on the report made by the student.

Each student is given an individual mark in accordance with the Danish
13 marking scale.

Communication Networks
6th semester

Courses:


F6
-
1 Probability Analysis

F6
-
2 Statistics

F6
-
3 Stochastic Processes 1

F6
-
4 Numeric Methods

F6
-
5 Management

FP6
-
1 Information Theory

IN6
-
1 Formal language, Programming Language and programming paradigms

TE6
-
1 Communication Systems

TE6
-
2 Digital Modulation and Signal Transmission

CN6
-
1 Wireless Communication Protocols and Technologies

CN
-
6
-
2 Embedded Systems Design and Tools

Communication Networks
6th semester

Project Unit description for 7th semester
-

Communication Networks


Theme: Basic Stationary Communication Technology.


Objective:



To obtain knowledge about basic wired telecommunication
technologies


To obtain knowledge about the qualities of present wired
communication protocols


To be able to use methods and theories for analysis and design of
functional wired communication systems.

Communication Networks
7th semester

Content:

The project work is based on a specific problem where wired communication
technology gives a possible solution. The problem is analysed according to
communication needs including service quality. A number of stationary
communication protocols are compared with the identified needs and some are
chosen for further processing. As a solution to the problem a distribution
system is designed based on the communication protocols chosen.


A small number of elements are implemented, enough to be able to demonstrate
the abilities of the established communication facilities. Tests are carried out at
module system level and accept tests are partly specified.


The project work has to cover practical wired network protocols, network
programming, distributed real time systems, systems/SW analysis and design,
real time aspects and tests.

Communication Networks
7th semester

Courses:


There are courses within stationary communication systems and
distributed systems.


Examinations:


The examination is assessed as an oral exam with the participation of an
internal examiner. The exam is based on a report which is assessed as
passed/not passed.

Communication Networks
7th semester

Courses:


F7
-
1 Linear Algebra

F7
-
2 Scientific Work Methods and Communication

FP7
-
4 Statistics 2

FP7
-
5 Stochastic Processes 2

FP7
-
6 Advanced Networks

D5
-
12 Networks and Data Communication

FP7
-
7 Distributed Systems

CN7
-
1 Software Validation and Testing Techniques

CN7
-
3 Advanced Networks 2

IN7
-
3 Object Oriented Network Programming

Communication Networks
7th semester

The Distributed Application Engineering specialisation aims to provide
students with knowledge and understanding of distribution
methodologies and their impact on system availabillity, performance
and reliabillity.



The Distributed Application Engineering specialisation comprises three
semesters covering network management and distributed real time
systems application engineering.



The specialisation is supported by


Comunication Networks


Informatics


Tele Communications


Process Control lines

Distributed Application Engineering

The Network Planning and Management specialisation aims to provide
students with knowledge and understanding of management and
planning methodologies for communication networks.



The Network Planning and Management specialisation comprises three
semesters covering network planning and management.



The specialisation is supported by


Communication Networks


Informatics


Tele Communications


Process Control lines

Network Planning & Management

Theme: Network management.

PERIOD: 1 February
-

30 June.


OBJECTIVE:


To provide knowledge of network management
methodologies within telecommunication systems in general.


To provide understanding of how existing policies influence
the efficiency and service profile of telecommunication
systems.


To enable student to analyse and design functioning
management systems for communication purposes.



8. Semester:

Distributed Application Engineering



Network Planning and Management


CONTENTS:


Project work is based on an existing communication system, where efficiency
may be improved by better network management.


The communication system is analysed with respect to capacity, user profiles,
required quality of service and existing network management policies.


Ideas for improved network management are presented and some are selected
for further investigation.


A simulation system is designed and implemented on which the selected
management policy is implemented and tested.


If possible the selected management system is tested on the real life
communication system.


Simulation/Test results are given proper statistical treatment and conclusions
are made with respect to improvement and statistical significance.

8. Semester:

Distributed Application Engineering



Network Planning and Management


Courses:



F8
-
1

Engineering Responsibilities

FP8
-
4



Neurale netværk og fuzzy logik

CN8
-
1


Network Management

CN8
-
2


Traffic analysis 1

FP8
-
11


Graph Theory

FP8
-
6



Kommunikationssystemer 2

FP8
-
10


Ræssonnerende og selvlærende systemer

FP8
-
24



Human Computer Interaction og Multimodale




brugergrænseflader

8. Semester:

Distributed Application Engineering



Network Planning and Management


OBJECTIVE:


To provide knowledge and understanding of analysis and design methodologies of
distributed real time systems.


To provide understanding of the importance of reliable temporal behaviour in
dependable systems.


CONTENTS:


Project work is based on a general problem, where distributed real time systems
provide possible solutions. The problem is analysed w.r.t. communication needs and
associated quality of service aspects.


A number of communication technologies and architectures are compared to the needs
identified and some are selected among those for further treatment.


A distributed real system is designed as a solution to the problem based on the selected
technology and architecture. A number of elements, sufficient to demonstrate the
virtues of the designed system, are implemented.


Test is performed at module and system levels and acceptance testing is partly
specified.


At every relevant level temporal behaviour and reliability should be tested.

9. Semester: Distributed Application Engineering


Courses:



FP9
-
4



Hybrid Systems

CN9
-
6


Discrete Event Systems

CN9
-
4


Traffic analysis 2

FP9
-
13


Analysis and Design of Fault tolerant Distributed



Real
-
Time Systems

9. Semester: Distributed Application Engineering



Master Thesis Work in Distributed Application Engineering




10. Semester: Distributed Application Engineering


OBJECTIVE:


To give the students an insight into the network planning process.


To enable students to apply tools in the analysis and planning of
communication systems.



CONTENTS:


The project unit is based on data technical aspects, for planning of
communication networks.


Network description and planning parameters, Capacity and Traffic
estimation, Network Modelling and Modelling Tools,


Network evolution over time in the range of In
-
House Networks,
Access Networks, Cellular systems and Wide Area Networks.

9. Semester: Network Planning & Management

Courses:



CN9
-
1



Network Modelling Tools

CN9
-
2


Network Planning Tools

CN9
-
3


Geographical Information Systems

CN9
-
4


Traffic analysis 2

FP9
-
13


Analysis and Design of Fault tolerant Distributed



Real
-
Time Systems





9. Semester: Network Planning & Management


Master Thesis Work in Network Planning and Management



10. Semester: Network Planning & Management