Course
code EC526
credit_hours 3
title Mobile Communications
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prequisites EC422
credit hours 3
Describtion/Outcomes The course is aimed at providing the fundamentals of mobile and cellular communications starting from an overview over the different mobile generations. The system design, cell capacity and blocking probability are considered. The problem of the mobile communication channel and the path loss calculation are given. The system structure and the function of each element are described. Multiple Access Techniques- channel coding in mobile communication Frequency Reuse ? cell cluster concept ? co channel and adjacent channel interference ? cell blocking ? cell splitting and delay at the cell site.
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objectives fundamentals of mobile and cellular communications system design, cell capacity and blocking probability Multiple Access Techniques- channel coding in mobile communication Frequency Reuse ? cell cluster concept.
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ref. books Simon Haykin ,"communication Systems", John Wiely and Sons, 2001
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textbook Jon W. Mark & Weihua Zhuang , ? Wireless communications & Networking?, Prentice Hall, 2
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Course Content
content serial describtion
1 Difference between conventional mobile and cellular mobile
2 Channel trunkings needs and blocking probability
3 Overview on different cellular generations
4 Cellular radio design principles
5 Concept of frequency reuse/cellular block diagram
6 Co channel interference/adjacent channel interference
7 7th Week Exam
8 Multipath propagation and mobile communication channel problems
9 Speech coding in GSM
10 Channel coding and interleaving in GSM
11 GSM mobile station block diagram
12 12th week exam
13 Multiple access techniques
14 Control channels in GSM
15 Location updating security management
16 Final Examination