ECE 591: Wireless Communications

Introduction to the principles and practice of wireless communications. The course presents the concepts of frequency reuse and cellular structure and covers propagation effects, multipath fading, digital and analog modulation, diversity and equalization, multiple access, and wireless networks. The course also presents modern wireless systems and standards. The focus of the course is to understand wireless communications at a systems level and is designed as a senior elective for departmental majors. Basic understanding of electromagnetic wave propagation and communication theory is expected. The course includes a project related to new technological advances in wireless systems.

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Topic: Fiber Optics & Network Comms

3.00 credits
Section 02: Graduate Lecture
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Location: CCB-115

Class: #14204

Wed, Sep 2, 2020 - Tue, Dec 8, 2020

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