Volume of the course 5 CP; 48 hours distributed to:
32 h lectures
16 h practical lessons
Delivering of academic education in the field of mobile communications, particularly about wave propagation in bounded media, models of losses, prognosis for average field value and simulation in cellular and mobile environment.
Providing of the knowledge and practical approach for problem solution in the field of mobile communication realisation in heavy interference conditions.
Books had been in use
L.J.Varakin Sistemi svjazi s ŠPS. Radio i Svjaz. 1985
S.Mitra, J.Kaiser. Handbook for DSP. J.Willey & Sons.1993
R.Blaihoot. Fast DSP Algorithms Mir. 1989.
GSM Handbook. Phase II. GSM MoU 3.2.0. 1995.
Ingvar Henne. Per Thorstvalden Planning of Line-of-Sight Radio Relay Systems. ABB Nera June 1994.
Gordon L.Stiebler Principles of Mobile Communications. Kluver Acad. Publ. 1996/97.
Simon Omura Scholtz Levitt Spread spectrum Communication Handbook MacGraw Hill Inc. 1994.
Global System for Mobile Communications M.Mouly Marie B.Pautet 1992
Evaluation of performance – mark.
Ten mark scale to evaluate student’s knowledge and practical approaches on basics of mobile communications and propagation parameter’s estimation.
Contributors to evaluation
Demand to acquire the course
Participation at the practical lessons and workshops, passing of the examination in term.
State of art and motivation of the course
A lot of physical phenomena are developed in electromagnetic field analysis. This allows to use communication technologies in heavy interference conditions.
Therefore it is necessary to:
acquire “physical” thinking due to modelling of propagation simulation;
study further problems that deal with knowledge in electronics to apply them for the corresponding research.
Demand to the students to be prepared for the lessons
Repetition of the beforehand delivered courses on digital communications and cellular and optical networks.
Planned topics for practical lessons and discussions