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NEBP432 : Wireless Networks Lab

Description:Principles of radio communications; Introduction to terrestrial and satellite radio links. Mobile communication systems; Wireless network architectures and protocols; Principles of wireless sensor networks (WSNs); Introduction to hardware and software systems associated with WSN; WSN applications and communication protocols.
Credit Hours.:1
Text Book: Lab handouts
Coordinator: Imad Jawhar
Topics Outline:
  1. Baseband data transmission
  2. Data communication over analog radio channels
  3. Antenna propagations
  4. Basic Access Point Configuration
  5. Wireless LAN with VLAN
  6. An overview of wireless sensor networks (WSN) software and hardware.
  7. Simple data sensing and transmission network
  8. WSN and multihopping
  9. Data collection and interpretation
  10. Course project work
  11. Course project presentations
Outcomes:
  1. Apply the basic principles of wireless transmission, reception, antennas and propagation.
  2. Apply different modulation/demodulation techniques used in current wireless communication systems and WSNs including Spread Spectrum and CDMA.
  3. Design and test wireless communication systems and WSNs, and their inter-networking.
  4. Setup and use the software and hardware associated with typical wireless networking devices and WSNs
  5. Develop new wireless, mobile, and WSN applications according to design requirements
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Pre-requisiteNEBP310: Network Protocols
Co-requisite NEBP441: Wireless and Mobile Communications
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