This is an archived syllabus from 2013-2014
COMP61242 Mobile Comminucations syllabus 2013-2014
COMP61242 Mobile Comminucations
Enrolled students: 14
Course leader: Nick Filer
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- 50% Written exam
- 50% Coursework
|Sem 2 P4||Lecture||2.15||Wed||09:00 - 09:00||-|
Themes to which this unit belongs
- Mobile Computing
- Computer Science units for ACSwITM students (semester 2)
Understanding of concepts underlying current developments in mobile communications and wireless computer networks.
- Introduction to wireless networking & mobile communications.
- Protocols supporting mobility.
- Application layer issues: multimedia, VoIP & VoWLAN.
- Network & transport layer issues: Mobile-IP & Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP). Mobile-TCP, indirect-TCP & Wireless Application Protocol (WAP).
- Security in mobile computing.
- Medium Access Control (MAC) issues: MAC protocols for digital cellular systems such as GSM & wireless LANs. Near-far effect. Hidden and exposed terminals. Collision avoidance (RTS-CTS) protocols.
- Error control in data-link layer.
- Digital modulation & transmission
- Radio propagation & antennae
1 day per week (5 weeks)
- Lectures (35 hours)
On successful completion of this unit, a student will be able to:
Learning outcomes are detailed on the COMP61242 course unit syllabus page on the School of Computer Science's website for current students.
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