Fachgebiet Funkkommunikation und Navigation (WICON)

Course Information

 

Latest News

  • The final grades of examination and lab reports regarding inspection results are now available.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT COVID-19

According to the University's policy and measures in the current situation of COVID-19:

  • The course Wireless Communications in Summer Term 2020 will be provided as scheduled.
  • We are currently providing this course online, until future decisions are eventually made. The access to course materials (slides, exercises, solutions, lab report template, etc.) has been shared via Email to every registered student. If you have not received these information please let us know.
  • We are currently using OpenOlat as online course platform, the access link to our Course Group as well as the AdobeConnect sessions have been shared via Email to every registered student. If you have not received these information please let us know.
  • The final examination of Wireless Communication, as all other exams, will be organized in Summer Term 2020. The time and room of the exam is in the KIS system available. The students who are not able to be present at the exam due to COVID-19 reasons (e.g. containment or travel ban) should contact us in advance of the exam with evidence of the unavailability to attend, and take the exam at the next opportunity (i.e. in February/March 2021).

     


 Content

  • Wireless channels
  • Baseband systems
  • Fundamentals of cellular communication
  • Multiple access technologies
  • Coding/decoding, modulation/demodulation
  • Mobility management
  • Simulink laboratories on simple wireless communication systems

Lecture notes and exercise sheets are available for download here.


Recommended Pre-knowledge

  • Probability Theory and Statistics
  • Signals and Systems
  • Communications Theory
  • Digital Signal Processing


Textbook

  • Vijay K. Garg, Wireless Communications and Networking, Elsevier, 2010.
  • Harri Holma and Antti Toskala, LTE for UMTS: OFDMA and SC-FDMA Based Radio Access, John Wiley & Sons, 2010
  • John G. Proakis and Masoud Salehi, Digital Communications (5th Edition), McGraw-Hill Education, 2007.


Scheduled Appointments:

Wednesdays 10:00-11:30, Thusdays 15:30-17:00

Lecture 1:

Introduction, Radio Link and Channel Model

Wed. 22.04.

Lecture 2:

Fundamentals of Digital Communications

Wed. 29.04.

Exercise 1

Thu. 30.04.

Lecture 2 (cont.)

Wed. 06.05.

Exercise 2

Thu. 07.05.

Lecture 3:

Fundamentals of Cellular Communications

Wed. 13.05.

Lecture 4:

Multiple Access Technologies

Thu. 14.05.
Exercise 3Wed. 20.05

Lecture 5:

Coding-Decoding and Modulation-Demodulation

Wed. 27.05.
Exercise 4Thu. 28.05.

Lecture 5 (cont.)

Wed. 03.06

Exercise 5

Thu. 04.06.

Lecture 6:

Mobility Management

Wed. 10.06.

Laboratory 0:

Introduction to MATLAB and Simulink

Wed. 17.06.

Exercise 6

Thu. 18.06.

Laboratory 1:

Amplitude Modulation

Wed. 24.06.

Laboratory 2:

DSC-SC, AM Demodulation and Image Rejection

Wed. 01.07.

Laboratory 3:

BPSK and QPSK

Wed. 08.07.

Laboratory 4:

Channel Equalization

Wed. 15.07.
Lab 4 Q&A:Wed. 22.07.
Holidays

Thu. 21.05., Thu. 11.06.

Reserved for flexibility

Thu. 23.04., Thu. 25.06., Thu. 02.07., Thu. 09.07.

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