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 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 criteria
L1 – P1 – Brief introduction to wireless communication and background
L1 – P2 – Brief introduction to wireless communication and background
L1 -P3 – Introduction to wireless mobile communication systems
L2 – Wireless Propagation Characteristics: (Large scale / Path-loss & Shadowing Models)
L3 – Wireless Propagation characteristics: shadowing, outage performance, & measurement vs statistical models
L4 – Wireless Propagation Characteristics: (Multipath Narrow-Band Model)
L5 – Wireless Propagation Characteristics: (Multipath Wide-Band Model, Time-varying Impulse Response & Delay-Doppler Model)
L6 – Wireless Propagation Characteristics: Fading, Power Delay Profile & Doppler Power Spectrum Density
L7: Capacity of Flat-Fading Channels
L8: Capacity of Frequency Selective Fading Channels
L9: Linear Modulation and Outage Probability over Fading Channels
L10: Effect of Fading, Doppler, and Delay Spread on Average Outage Probability
L11: Diversity in wireless communication: concept and techniques
L12: Adaptive Modulation in wireless communication: concept and approaches
L13: Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) Systems
L14: Techniques for Overcoming Interference in Wireless Systems: OFDM, WCDMA, Equalization, Multiuser Networks (multiple access and random access)
L15: Spread spectrum and multi-user communication in wireless cellular systems
L16 – OFDM in Details. Why should you know it? What is it? and What are its merits/advantages & demerits?
L17 – OFDM Simulation Using Matlab Software: Full Tutorial
L18: Wireless Channel Estimation
L19: Multi-layer precoding for MIMO
L20: Modelling Wireless Channels
L21: Building a complete OFDM model that can send and receive real-time signals carrying IP packets
L22: Build Advance NFM SCOPE Receiver with real-time Recorder GNU-RADIO Win10
The Story of communication systems evolution from an information theory perspective
What you’ll learn
- Learn the fundamentals of Statistical analysis and characteristics of communication channels.
- Learn multiple access schemes, diversity, equalization, modulation, and coding concepts.
- Learn the Estimation of capacity and performance for wireless channels.
- Acquire the ability to interpret and design multi-carrier (OFDM) digital cellular systems.
- Learn Probabilistic analysis and synthesis of wireless and cellular communication systems.
- Acquire the ability to interpret and design multi-input multi-output (MIMO) systems.
- True desire to learn about wireless communications
- Basic knowledge of Mathematics
- Basic knowledge in signal processing
- Familiarity with coding or programing
Who this course is for:
- Anyone interested in the topic of wireless communications
- Telecommunication Engineers
- Electrical Engineers
- Computer Engineers
======== 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