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Wireless Communications: From Theory to Practice

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Wireless Communications: From Theory to Practice (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, QUALCOMM, INTEL, ZTE, or want to be an entrepreneur engineer in the ICT industry, then, this course is just 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.

More specifically, the covered topics in the course are listed as follows:

  • L0 – The course content (main topics) and some details about evaluation criteria19:27
  • L1 – P1 – Brief introduction to wireless communication and background41:56
  • L1 – P2 – Brief introduction to wireless communication and background1:05:36
  • L1 -P3 – Introduction to wireless mobile communication systems35:05
  • L2 – Wireless Propagation Characteristics: (Large scale / Path-loss & Shadowing Models)56:38
  • L3 – Wireless Propagation characteristics: shadowing, outage performance, & measurement vs statistical models14:24
  • L4 – Wireless Propagation Characteristics: (Multipath Narrow-Band Model)33:30
  • L5 – Wireless Propagation Characteristics: (Multipath Wide-Band Model, Time-varying Impulse Response & Delay-Doppler Model)29:23
  • L6 – Wireless Propagation Characteristics: Fading, Power Delay Profile & Doppler Power Spectrum Density54:00
  • L7: Capacity of Flat-Fading Channels42:49
  • L8: Capacity of Frequency Selective Fading Channels53:13
  • L9: Linear Modulation and Outage Probability over Fading Channels13:20
  • L10: Effect of Fading, Doppler, and Delay Spread on Average Outage Probability13:27
  • L11: Diversity in wireless communication: concept and techniques1:22:51
  • L12: Adaptive Modulation in wireless communication: concept and approaches48:25
  • L13: Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) Systems43:45
  • L14: Techniques for Overcoming Interference in Wireless Systems: OFDM, WCDMA, Equalization, Multiuser Networks (multiple access and random access)52:41
  • L15: Spread spectrum and multi-user communication in wireless cellular systems50:57
  • L16 – OFDM in Details. Why should you know it? What is it? and What are its merits/advantages & demerits?1:17:00
  • L17 – OFDM Simulation Using Matlab Software: Full Tutorial1:44:35
  • L18: Wireless Channel Estimation39:03
  • L19: Multi-layer precoding for MIMO17:03
  • L20: Modelling Wireless Channels15:07
  • L21: Building a complete OFDM model that can send and receive real-time signals carrying IP packets20:17
  • L22: Build Advance NFM SCOPE Receiver with real-time Recorder GNU-RADIO Win101:16:38
  • The Story of communication systems evolution from an information theory perspective

======== About the Insturctor ===========

Jehad M. HAMAMREH is the Founder and Director of WISLABi/com, Editor at Researcherstore/com & RS-OJICT journal, as well as A. Professor with Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, Antalya International (Bilim) University. He earned his Ph.D. degree in Telecommunication Engineering and Cyber-Systems from Medipol University. Previously, he worked as a Researcher at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Texas A&M University. He is the inventor of more than 20 Patents and has authored more than 90 peer-reviewed scientific papers along with several book chapters. His innovative patented works won the gold, silver, and bronze medals in numerous international invention contests and fairs.

His current research interests include Wireless Communication, Wireless Security, Wireless Sensing, O-RAN, 5G/6G, IoT, AI/ML, wireless physical and MAC layers security, orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (OFDM), multiple-input multiple-output systems (MIMO), advanced waveforms design, multidimensional modulation techniques, and orthogonal/non-orthogonal multiple access schemes for future wireless systems. He is a regular investigator and a referee for various scientific journals as well as a TPC member for several international conferences. He is an Editor at RS-OJICT and Frontiers in Communications and Networks.

Key Research Topics: Wireless Communication, Wireless Security, Wireless Sensing, Open RAN, 5G/6G, IoT-AI

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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, QUALCOMM, 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.

=========== About the course instructor: Dr. Jehad Hamamreh ===========

J. M. HAMAMREH, Ph.D. (Bio in bullet points)

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What Will You 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.
  • Learn how to not just understand new wireless technologies quickly but also invent new ones.
  • Know the blueprint formula of how to write high quality, impactful technical papers
  • Learn the scenarios and use cases that AI and machine learning (ML) can be really useful in wireless.
  • Learn how to practically transmit and receive real-life signals and how to analyze and characterize them

Course Content

Wireless Communication: From Theory to Practice by Dr. Jehad Hamamreh

  • About the Instructor Dr. Jehad Hamamreh
    03:09
  • Overview and background introduction – L1-P1 – What really happen when you want to send something from the transmitter to the receiver?
    20:10
  • Overview and background introduction – L1-P2 – How bits, zeros and ones, are directly related to transistors, electrical signals and frequency spectrum?
    12:55
  • Overview and background introduction – L1-P3 – Unfolding the physical layer and understanding its main building blocks and their jobs
    20:15
  • Overview and background introduction – L1-P4 – Explaining the details of Modulation in the physical layer and how it really works
    06:33
  • Overview and background introduction – L1-P5 – Explaining the concept of waveforming and pulse shaping and how it works in the physical layer
    11:14
  • L1 -P6 – Introduction to wireless mobile communication systems: why should we study this field and become experts at it?
    35:06
  • Overview and background – L2-P1 – How can you model wireless communication systems? and what are the main performance metrics?
    28:52
  • Overview and background – L2-P2 – Developing the mathematical model of a transmission system over a flat fading wireless channel
    16:06
  • Overview and background – L2-P3 – Developing the mathematical model of a transmission system over a time dispersive wireless channel
    13:26
  • Overview and background – L2-P33 – How does MRC method work at the receiver when experiencing a dispersive multipath channel?
    02:39
  • Overview and background – L2-P4 – How do we handle dispersive multipath channels in 4G using the OFDM transmission method?
    11:01
  • Overview and background – L2-P5 – Explaining the main building blocks of OFDM and their functionalities briefly
    08:28
  • Overview and background introduction – L2-P6 – Explaining dispersive channels in frequency domain and how they compare to time dispervise channels
    22:11
  • L2 – Wireless Propagation Characteristics: (Large scale / Path-loss & Shadowing Models)
    56:38
  • L3 – Wireless Propagation characteristics : shadowing, outage performance, & measurement vs statistical models
    14:24
  • L4 – Wireless Propagation Characteristics: (Multipath Narrow-Band Model)
    33:30
  • L5 – Wireless Propagation Characteristics: (Multipath Wide-Band Model, Time-varing Impulse Response & Delay-Doppler Model)
    29:23
  • L6 – Wireless Propagation Characteristics: Fading, Power Delay Profile & Doppler Power Spectrum Density
    54:00
  • L7: Capacity of Flat-Fading Channels
    42:50
  • L8: Capacity of Frequency Selective Fading Channels
    53:12
  • L9: Linear Modulation and Outage Probability over Fading Channels
    13:20
  • L10: Effect of Fading, Doppler and Delay Spread on Average Outage Probability
    13:26
  • L11: Diversity in wireless communication: concept and techniques
    01:22:51
  • L12: Adaptive Modulation in wireless communication: concept and approaches
    48:25
  • L13: Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) Systems
    43:45
  • L14: Techniques for Overcoming Interference in Wireless Systems: OFDM, WCDMA, Equalization, Multiuser Networks (multiple access and random access)
    52:41
  • L15 : Spread spectrum and multi-user communication in wireless cellular systems
    50:56
  • L16 – OFDM in Details. Why should you know it? What is it? and What are its merits/advantages & demerits.
    01:17:00
  • L17 – OFDM Simulation Using Matlab Software: Full Tutorial
    01:44:30
  • L21: Building a complete OFDM model that can send and receive real time signals carrying IP packets
    20:17
  • L22: Build Advance NFM SCOPE Receiver with real time Recorder GNU-RADIO Win10
    01:16:38
  • MIMO Detection, Equalization and Estimation Techniques at the Receiver – Part 1
    10:09
  • MIMO Detection, Equalization and Estimation Techniques at the Receiver – Part 2
    13:38
  • MIMO Detection, Equalization and Estimation Techniques at the Receiver – Part 3
    19:06
  • MIMO Detection, Equalization and Estimation Techniques at the Receiver – Part 4
    10:33
  • MIMO Detection, Equalization and Estimation Techniques at the Receiver – Part 5
    09:13
  • how to write a scientific paper or journal article
    04:20
  • The Mathematical Design Modeling of STBC scheme (Alamouti coding 2*1)
    05:16
  • The Math of STBC Equalization and Detection (Alamouti coding 2*1)
    13:50
  • Can WiFi and Cellular Work jointly on the user device to increase the down-link data speed?
    01:47
  • Is WiFi with 5G signal a part of the 5G technology
    01:19
  • The differences between WiFi Standards and Cellular Standards
    08:38
  • How does having more antennas with the WiFi Access points affect the internet speed performance?
    08:51
  • MIMO spatial multiplexing PreEqualization / Precoding at the Transmitter
    09:29
  • Ml based equailzers: when and why to use them?
    08:23
  • example of where we can use ML to solve a practical problem in wireless telecommunications
    04:30
  • Homework problem on applying ML to wireless communication systems equalizers
    22:12
  • Wireless: Sample questions and solutions with explanations on Diversity and Adaptive Modulation – P1
    24:40
  • Wireless communications: Sample exam questions and solutions with explanations – Part 2
    15:15
  • L18: Wireless Channel Estimation
    39:03
  • L19: Multi-layer precoding for MIMO
    17:03
  • L20: Modelling Wireless Channels
    15:08
  • The Story of communication systems evolution from an information theory perspective
    01:29:32
  • Frequent Interview Questions by Mobile Telecom Companies
    00:00

Wireless Communication Laboratory: Learning wireless by practicing it
Wireless communication (or just wireless, when the context allows) is the electromagnetic transfer of information between two or more points that do not use an electrical conductor as a medium by which to perform the transfer. The most common wireless technologies use radio waves. With radio waves, intended distances can be short, such as a few meters for Bluetooth or as far as millions of kilometers for deep-space radio communications. It encompasses various types of fixed, mobile, and portable applications, including two-way radios, cellular telephones, personal digital assistants (PDAs), and wireless networking. in this Wireless Lab Course we will cover: Controlling VSG Transmitting Tone Signal Receiving Tone Signal Transmitting Modulated Tone Signal Quadrature Amplitude Modulation Pulse Shaping AWGN Channel Receiving the Signal wired and Wireless Connections Single Carrier Analysis Digital Modulations ============= What Will You Learn? Controlling VSG Transmitting Tone Signal Receiving Tone Signal Transmitting Modulated Tone Signal Quadrature Amplitude Modulation Pulse Shaping AWGN Channel Receiving the Signal wired and Wireless Connections Single Carrier Analysis

Wireless communication from a different perspective
Wireless communication from a different perspective

Student Ratings & Reviews

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BT
4 weeks ago
I found it an interesting course after taking this course. I have learned some knowledgeable information from this subject about 4G and srsRan in particular.
It was a very informative course; I learned lots of things about wireless communication.
MU
1 month ago
Thankyou professor, For creating such a knowledgeable course. Learned alot from it
M
1 month ago
The course gives in depth insight into Wireless Communications. Prof Jehad has truly devoted his time to teach us the background and propagation of Wireless Systems. I am honored to be able to attend his class and to be able to study all the informational data this course has to offer!
AT
1 month ago
the course is very helpful and clear
S
2 months ago
Thank you professor; I found it a interesting course after taking this course. I have learned some knowledgeable information from this subject.
A. Gates
9 months ago
Very comprehensive and detailed course
BA
3 years ago
Thank you professor, I learned a lot about wireless networking technology and related wifi technology.5G,6G and feature...
ResearcherStore
3 years ago
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.
SI
3 years ago
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.
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