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11IT703

MOBILE COMMUNICATION

LT PC M
3 0 0 3 100

AIM:
To study the specifications and functionalities of various protocols/standards of mobile
networks.
OBJECTIVES:
 To understand the concepts of modern wireless systems.
 Provides a broad knowledge of different aspects of modern data
architecture
 To know the emerging mobile computing ideas and best practices.
 To realize the routing mechanism of mobile networks.
 To understand the necessary concepts in Mobility

communications

UNITI
INTRODUCTION
10
Frequencies for Radio Transmission- Antennas- Signal Propagation-Multiplexing-ModulationMedia Access Control Techniques-Introduction to Cellular Systems-Frequency Reuse and
Management- Handoff- Capacity Improvement- Channel Management- Location ManagementInterference in Mobile Networks.
UNIT II
MOBILE COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS
10
Generations of Mobile Communication- GSM: Mobile Services-System Architecture-Radio
Interface-Protocols-Localization and Calling-Handover-Security-New Data Services-GPRSSpread Spectrum and Coding Methods in CDMA Systems-LTE-WCDMA.
UNIT III
MOBILE IP LAYER
9
Mobile IP Packet Delivery-Agent Discovery-Registration, Tunneling And EncapsulationOptimization-Reverse Tunneling-DHCP –Mobile Adhoc Networks: Routing-DestinationSequenced -Distance Vector Routing (DSDV)-Dynamic Source Routing (DSR) - Alternative
Metrics.
UNIT IV
MOBILE TRANSPORT LAYER
8
Traditional TCP- Congestion Control-Slow Start –Fast Retransmit/ Fast Recovery-TCP
Improvements: Indirect TCP- Snooping TCP-Mobile TCP-Transmission / Timeout Freezing –
Selective Retransmission- Transaction Oriented TCP.
UNIT V
SUPPORT FOR MOBILITY
8
Mobile File Systems- Architecture of Mobile Operating System- Mobile Databases-Mobile
Middleware-Wireless Application Protocol- Security in Mobile Computing.
Assignment Components

Students have to develop mini project using the tools like Android/J2ME/.Net.
These assignment components are given the weightage of 7.5 marks out of 25 marks in
the internal assessment in addition to assignments/tutorials/quiz.

L:45, T:0, Total: 45
TEXT BOOK:
1. Jochen H. Schiller, “Mobile Communications”, second edition, Pearson Education,
New Delhi, 2009
.
REFERENCES:

1

Roopa R Yavagal. 3. Second edition. Pearson Education.. Hasan Ahmed. 2. “Mobile Computing”. Asoke K Talukder. William Stallings. 2009. Ltd. Sandeep K S Gupta. “Mobile Computing: Technology. Raj Kamal. 2010. New Delhi. 2005 2 . Oxford University Press. 4. Second Edition. “Fundamentals of Mobile and Pervasive Computing”. Golden G Richard.1. 2012. Applications and Service Creation”.Tata Mc-Graw Hill Education Pvt. New Delhi. Second edition. Tata McGraw Hill. “Wireless Communications and Networks”. Frank Adelstein. Loren Schwiebert.