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Introduction to MW Radio Communications

Introduction to MW Radio Communications

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National and Technology (NUST)
 
School of Electrical Engineering andComputer Science (SEECS)
 
CSE-426 Advanced Communication Systems (3+0) Fall-2010
Prerequisite: CE-318 Analogue & Digital Communication Systems
Instructor:
Dr. Nasir ud Din Gohar
 Office:
Faculty Block A-116
 
Tel: 9085-2263
 
Time and Place:
Lec: Tue/Wed/Thu @ 10:00/11:00-10:50/11:50 Hrs,Class Room: Undergraduate Block CR-XX
 Office Hours
AWDs: 16:00-17:00 HrsAny Other Time: By Appointment via Tel / Email
 
 Course Objectives and Outcomes:
 
This course aims at providing the senior-level under-graduate BICSE/BEE students an introduction to the theory andpractical know-how about the Advanced Communication Systems such as Cellular Mobile and SatelliteCommunications-one of the fastest growing field in the engineering world. The basic and under-lying technicalconcepts, which are essential for the design, implementation, and research in the Radio Communication Systems,will be presented in an easy to understand way while discussing practical examples and solutions to some real-worldproblems.
On successful completion of this course, the students will be able to understand the BasicPrinciples behind MW Radio Link, Basic Cellular Radio Concept and Design, Radio Wave Propagation andPropagation Models and Access Techniques for Wireless Communications, MW Radio Link Models and LinkBudget Analysis. They will, also, learn the fundamental concepts of Satellite Radio Link and GPS system.Text Books:
 
WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS: Principles and Practice by T.S. Rappaport, Prentice-Hall Inc, 2
nd
Edition, Dec31 2002, [ISBN # 0130422320 ]
 
ADVANCED ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS by W. Tomasi, ,
Prentice Hall, 6th edition,April 2003, [ISBN # 0130453501
]
 
Reference Books:
 
Wireless and Personal Communications Systems, by Garg, & Wilkes, Prentice Hall PTR , 1996. [ISBN # 0-13-234626-5]
 
Digital Satellite Communications, By Tri T. Ha, McGraw-Hill Publishing Co., 2
nd
Edition, 1990. [ISBN # 0-07-100752-0]
 
Main Topics to be Covered:
(The order and number of topics to be covered is subject to change.)
Introduction to Satellite Communications
Satellite System Concepts
•Kepler’s
Laws and the Orbit design
Satellite Classifications, Spacing, and Frequency Allocations
Satellite System Parameters
Satellite Link Models and Link Budget
Satellite Multiple Access Techniques and GPS System Design
Wireless & Cellular Radio Systems
Cellular Radio Communications Concept
First, Second and Third Generation Systems
Fundamentals Concepts of Cellular Communications
Cellular Radio System Design
Radio Wave Propagation and Fading Analysis
Multiple Access Technologies: FDMA, TDMA, CDMA
GSM Architecture and Working
 
Grading Policy:
 1.At least Five
Assignments [5%]
will be issued and each will be due one week after its issue date unless otherwise specified. Absolutelyno late submissions will be allowed.2.At least Five10/15 minute
Quizzes [10%]
will be conducted, one each in the class, most probably, on the day of submission of eachAssignment.3.Class
Project [10%]-
Groups of 3-4 students will conduct research projects and submit a Project Reports within 6 -weeks time from theissue date. Presentation of these projects will be must to get the credit.
4.Class Participation and Technical Discussions [5%]
for those who are regular and participate actively in class discussions (technicalonly)
5.Two One-Hour Test [30%]
during 6
th
and 12
th
weeks.
6.Final Test [40%]
in 18-19
nd
week. It is mandatory to maintain at least 75% class attendance to sit in the Final Test.

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