Wireless Communication Principles – Basics to Advanced
Wireless Communication Principles – Basics to Advanced. If you want to prepare yourself to work in companies like NOKIA, HUAWEI, SAMSUNG, APPLE, GOOGLE, FACEBOOK, MICROSOFT, ERICSSON, QUALCOM, INTEL, ZTE, etc.
then this course is for you. Introduction to wireless communication covers IMPORTANT topics related to transceiver structure and wireless medium characteristics including path loss and shadowing, statistical multi-path channel models, the capacity of wireless channels, digital modulation techniques and their performance analyses in the wireless medium, diversity methods, coding techniques, multicarrier systems (OFDM), multiple antennas (MIMO) and Spatio-temporal analysis, multi carrier-based modulation, spread spectrum analysis, multi-user systems, cellular systems, and wireless networks.
What Will I Learn?
- Learn the fundamentals of Statistical analysis and characteristics of communication channels
- Learn the Estimation of capacity and performance for wireless channels
- Learn Probabilistic analysis and synthesis of wireless and cellular communication systems
- Learn multiple access schemes, diversity, equalization, modulation, and coding concepts
- Acquire the ability to interpret and design multi-carrier (OFDM) digital cellular systems.
- Acquire the ability to interpret and design multi-input multi-output (MIMO) systems.
Topics for this course
Thank you professor, I learned a lot about wireless networking technology and related wifi technology.5G,6G and feature...
It was an intresting subjects which have real based applications i have learnt from basic to advance level with deep concepts. we also worked on project which are future trend based emerging technology
Thank you professor, I have learned a lot. I started from the very scratch and today thanks to the course I have got important knowledge about wireless communication.
Thank you professor, it was a very interesting subject. I have learned a lot from this subject. Especially about future trends and the technologies being used right now such as 5g and IoT.