Overview of wireless communications; wireless channel models; capacity of wireless channels; cellular concept; handoff; adjacent cell interference; adaptive modulation; diversity; MIMO technologies, CDMA and OFDMA; radio resource allocation; third generation (3G), forth generation (4G) LTE, and fifth generation (5G) mobile communication systems;
This module appears in the following module collections.
Total contact hours: 29
Private study hours: 121
Total study hours: 150
Only available to students on programmes owned by The School of Engineering and Digital Arts
Method of assessment
See the library reading list for this module (Canterbury)
1) Understand the key theoretical concepts and protocols involved in the operation of broadband wireless communications;
2) Understand the key theoretical concepts of advanced technologies and architectures towards next generation wireless communications;
3) Be able to research and make realistic assessments of current technology trends;
4) Be able to research and make realistic assessments of potential technologies for future wireless networking.
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Credit level 7. Undergraduate or postgraduate masters level module.
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