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Wireless Communication Engineering
( Araki Kiyomichi  )


Fri 7-8Session S322

Credits  Lecture:2  Practice:0  Experiment:0 / code:54002
Update : 2012/7/19
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Spring Semester

Outline of lecture
Explain the fundamentals in wireless communication engineering, from wireless channel characteristics to traffic control.
Purpose of lecture
Explain the fundamentals in wireless communication engineering, from wireless channel characteristics to traffic control.
Plan of lecture
01. Introduction, Electromagnetic Wave: Information, Energy, Sensing
02. Channel Fading, Channel Estimation, Diversity Technique
03. Noise & Interference, Spatial Signal Processing
04. MIMO Transmission: Spatial Multiplexing
05. UWB Transmission: Low Frequency Efficiency & Low Power Transmission
06. Digital Modulation & Demodulation
07. Filtering, Signal Conditioning and Processing
08. Software Defined Radio & Cognitive Radio
09. Digital RF Circuit Design : Combination of CT and DT Systems
10. Error Correction Codes & Information Theory
11. Multiple Access and Multi-user Communication
12. Power Amplifiers: Nonlinear Distortion, Efficiency, Architecture
13. Cryptography for secure networking
Textbook and reference
Lecture note is handed out.
Additional references are; S.Haykin, ”Communication Systems” (4th Edition), John Wiley & Sons, Inc. and J.G.Proakis, ”Digital Communications” (3rd Edition), McGraw-Hill.
Related and/or prerequisite courses
Students are requested to have a knowledge of electromagnetics and communication theory.
Evaluation
Grade is evaluated by a report to topics in wireless communication engineering.
Comments from lecturer
Wireless communication systems are the key infrastructures for multi-media era.
Contact Information
araki@mobile.ee.titech.ac.jp
Office Hours
Office hour is basically scheduled after 5PM, and a question via e-mail is available at anytime.

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