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TCOM 510: Wireless Networking
Magda El Zarki
Dept. of Electrical Engineering, The Moore School
University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, PA 19104, USA
www. seas. upenn. edu/~ magda
[email protected] ee. upenn. edu
 Ch 1: Introduction
• What is a wireless Network?
• History and background - Wireless Voice and Data
• History and background - Satellite Systems
 Ch: 2 Digital Cellular Systems, Traffic Engineering and Capacity
• The cellular concept (based on first generation systems)
• Digital Access Technologies
• IS- 136 - North American TDMA
• GSM - European TDMA
• IS- 95 North American CDMA
• Traffic engineering
• Spectral efficiency and capacity studies
 Ch 3: Personal Communication Systems (PCS)
• Definition of PCS: what is it?
• Requirements of PCS
• Evolution of current digital systems to PCS
 Ch 4: Wireless LANs
• Topologies and Media Access Schemes
• IEEE 802.11
 Ch 5: Wireless Broadband ISDN
• Introduction to ATM
• Wireless ATM
 Ch 6: The Internet and Mobility
• Mobile IP
• Routing
•Reference Texts:
• Wireless Personal Comm. Systems, D. J. Goodman, Addison Wesley
• Wireless Comm.: Principles and Practice, T. S. Rappaport, Prentice Hall
• Wireless and Personal Comm. Systems, V. K. Garg and J. E. Wilkes, Prentice
• Mobile and Wireless Networks, Uyless Black, Prentice Hall
• Wireless Information Networks, K. Pahlavan and A. H. Levesque, John Wiley
• Mobile IP, Charles Perkins, Addison Wesley