Advanced Wireless Communications (8701611)

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Al
-
Quds University

Faculty of Engineering

Electronics

and Computer

Engineering

Master Program

Advanced Wireless

Communications

(
8
701
6
11
)

S
pring

20
10
/20
1
1



Instructor :



Dr. Ali Jamo
o
s
,
ali@eng.alquds.edu
,


http://mail.alquds.edu/~f2095/

Lectures :



Sat.
,
1
4
:
0
0



1
6
:
5
0

Office Hours :


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at.
,

Wed.,
1
0
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Textbook :


Wireless Communications: Principles & Practice
,

Theodore

S. Rappaport
,
Second edition
,

200
2


References :

1.

Principles of
M
obile
C
ommunication
, G. L. Stuber, 2001

2.

Mobile Communications,
J
.

Schiller, 2003

3.

Mobile Communication Systems, K. Wesolowski, 2004

4.

Modern Wireless Communications
, Simon

Haykin
, 2005

5.

Wireless Communications & Networks,
William

Stallings
, 2005

6.

Digital
C
ommunications, John G. Proakis, 2001


E
-
Class Enrolment Key :
MECE611




Course
objectives

:



Understand the
elements

of wireless
communication
systems



Understand and apply multiple access techniques for mobile systems




Understan
d mobile systems and standards



Understand and apply cellular systems design fundamentals



Ability to analyze and design cellular systems in the physical layer




Understand and apply characterization of wireless channels



Ability to analyze wireless channel pa
rameters and relate them to
wireless systems


Course Outline
s

:



Overview of

Wireless Communication Systems

Elements of wireless communication systems
.

F
requency

bands
.

E
volution of
mobile radio communications: first Generation (1G) cellular systems, 2G, 3
G
and beyond
.

E
xamples of Wireless communication systems and standards
:
GSM, IS
-
95, GPRS, EDGE, WCDMA, CDMA2000, WLAN,
LTE,
WiMAX,
Bluetooth
.

Trends in
c
ellular
r
adio and
p
ersonal
c
ommunications
.



Multiple Access Techniques for Wireless Communications

Intro
duction. Frequency Division Multiple Access (FDMA). Time Division
Multiple Access (TDMA). Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA). Spread
Spectrum Multiple Access (SSMA). Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiple
Access (OFDMA). Multi
-
Carrier (MC) Direct
-
Sequenc
e (DS) CDMA (MC
-
DS
-
CDMA). MC
-
CDMA. Space Division Multiple Access (SDMA). Carrier
Sense Multiple Access (CSMA). Capacity of Cellular FDMA, TDMA and
CDMA Systems.





The Cellular Concept
:
System Design Fundamentals

Introduction. Frequency reuse. Channel assi
gnment strategies. Handoff
strategies. Interference and system capacity. Trunking and grade of service.
Improving coverage and capacity in cellular systems
: c
ell
s
plitting,
c
ell
s
ectoring and
m
icrocell
c
oncept
.



Mobile Radio Propagation: Large
-
Scale Path Lo
ss

Introduction to radio wave propagation. Free space propagation model.
Relating power to electric field. The three basic propagation mechanisms.
Reflection. Ground reflection (two
-
ray) model. Diffraction. Scattering.
Practical link budget design using pa
th loss models. Outdoor propagation
mod
els. Indoor propagation models.



Mobile Radio Propagation: Small
-
Scale Fading and Multipath

Small
-
scale multipath propagation. Impulse response model of a multipath
channel. Small
-
scale multipath measurements. Paramete
rs of mobile multipath
channels. Types of small
-
scale fading. Rayleigh and Ricean distributions.

Statistical models for multipath fading channels.

Clarke/Jakes model.

Simulation of fading channels
.



Mobile Systems and Standards

Case study: Global System fo
r Mobile Communications (GSM).



Trends

in Wireless Communications

Multicarrier modulation, OFDM, FBMC, MIMO, Multiuser detection in
CDMA, diversity and diversity combining techniques, cognitive radio, smart
antennas
, etc.


Grading :


Term exam







15
%

P
roject








1
5
%


Final
e
xam







20
%


Total








50
%