Course Details

Subject {L-T-P / C} : EE6134 : Advanced Wireless Networks {3-0-0 / 3}
Subject Nature : Theory
Coordinator : Prof. Susmita Das

Syllabus

Fundamentals: 4G Networks and Composite Radio Environment, Green Wireless Networks , Opportunistic Communications: Multiuser Diversity, Opportunistic Beam forming,, Network Cooperation and Opportunistic , Opportunistic and Cooperative Cognitive Wireless Networks, Relaying Strategies in Cooperative Cellular , Mobility Management: Mobility Prediction in Pico- and Micro Cellular Networks , Cognitive Radio Resource Management : Channel Assignment Schemes, ,Dynamic Channel Allocation with SDMA, Packet-Switched SDMA/TDMA Networks, SDMA/OFDM Networks with Adaptive Data Rate, Inter cell Interference Cancellation , Cognitive and Cooperative Dynamic Radio Resource Allocation, ¬Network Deployment: Self-Organization in 4G Networks, Network Management : Distributed Network Management, Energy-efficient Wireless Networks : Energy Cost Function , Minimum Energy Routing , Maximizing Network Lifetime.

Course Objectives

  1. To obtain a broad understanding of the technologies and applications for the emerging and exciting domain of wireless sensor networks,
  2. To get in-depth hands-on experience in designing and developing a real operational embedded network system.
  3. To design and develop foundational systems software, sensor-actuator-controller algorithms and network protocols.

Course Outcomes

Compare analysis between performance and resources
• Assess coverage and conduct node deployment planning
• Determine suitable MAC protocol and radio hardware

Essential Reading

  1. Savo Glisic & B. Lorenzo, Advanced wireless Networks: Cognitive, Cooperative & Opportunistic 4G Technology, Wiley, , Second Edition, 2009
  2. RaminHekmat, Ad-hoc Networks, Fundamental Properties and Network Topologies, Springer, , 1st Ed. 2006.

Supplementary Reading

  1. Savo Glisic, Advanced Wireless Networks: Technology and Business Models, Wiley , 3 rd Edition, 2016
  2. B. Tavli and W. Heinzelman, Mobile Ad Hoc Networks: Energy-Efficient Real-Time Data Communications, Springer , 1st Ed. 2006.