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ADDIS ABABA SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY UNIVERSITY
COLLEGE OF ELECTRICAL & MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL & COMPUTER ENGINEERING
Course Syllabus
Name
Office Location
Phone Number
E-mail
Office Hours
Course Name
Course Code
Degree Program
Credit hours
1. Instructor Information
Dr S. Kishore Reddy
Block 63
0934869358
[email protected]
Monday-Friday (morning)
2. Course Information
Wireless & Mobile Communication
ECEg -6111
M.SC(Communication Systems)
3
3. Course Description
 Aim:- Introduce students To Understand the basics of mobile communication, To introduce the design
issues and optimization methods of cellular networks
4. Method of Instruction
Class lectures
2 lecture hours every week


Practice/laboratory
Active learning (involves the full participation of
students)
Teach inductively and to be followed by deductive
assertions
3 hours every week
 Student shall do lab programs and execute it.

Hold discussions on lab material.
Study of lecture notes

Short notes will be given in the form of handout and the
learner fully responsible to take additional notes and
practice problems.
Demonstrations
Quiz

An objective type test will be held before mid exam
Assignment

An individual assignment will be given
5. Learning Outcomes
After the completion of the course the student will have the following attributes:
5.1 Knowledge
 To Understand the basics of mobile communication .
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.1.3
5.1.4
 To introduce the basic concepts and knowledge of cellular networks .
 To introduce the relevant standard of cellular network.
To introduce the design issues and optimization methods of cellular networks
1
5.2 Attitude and behavior

Appreciate the use of such techniques in designing electrical networks and Analyze
different design methodologies.

Develop team work sprit

Develop punctuality and discipline

Develop Self Learning.
6. Course Outline
Chapter
Week
Topics to be covered
(Lecture
hours)
Assignments/a
ctivity
(Tutorial
hours)
1.1 Introduction to Cellular Mobile System
Chapter: 1
CELLULAR
MOBILE
RADIO
SYSTEMS
Learni
ng
Outco
mes
1.2 Performance criteria
1
2
1.3 uniqueness of mobile radio environment
1.4 operation of cellular systems
5.11
Students
take lectures
and do the
reading
1.5 Hexagonal shaped cells
1.6 Analog and Digital Cellular systems
Chapter: 2
ELEMENTS
OF
CELLULAR
RADIO
SYSTEM
DESIGN
3
4
5
Chapter: 3
Multiple Access
Techniques
WEEK 8
6
7
2.1 General description of the problem, concept of
frequency channels
2.2 Co-channel Interference Reduction Factor
2.3desired C/I from a normal case in a Omni
directional Antenna system
2.4 Cell splitting
2.5 handover in cellular systems
2.6 Handoff algorithms
.
3.1 Frequency Division Multiple Access (FDMA);
3.2 time division Multiple Access (TDMA);
3.3 Code division Multiple Access (CDMA);
3.4 Performance analysis issues
3.5 Mac layer scheduling
3.6 connection admission in mobile communication
5.12
5.13
Students
take lectures
and do the
problems
Students
take lectures
and do the
problems
MID EXAMINATION PERIOD
2
Chapter :4
9
Interface
suppression and
power control
10
11
Chapter: 5
Practical Cellular
mobile systems
12
13
14
4.1 introduction
4.2 co-channel interference
4.3 Tele traffic modeling
4.4 Queuing theoretic analysis of cellular mobile
network
4.5 Resource allocation and mobile management
5.14
5.1 AMPS architecture
5.2 GSM system architecture
5.3 Call management and system operation.
5.4 CDMA based cellular system.
5.5 Wirelesses in Local Loop--DECT and CDMA WLL.
5.6 Recent trends in mobile communication
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5.15
Students
take lectures
and do the
reading
Final Examination period
8. Required Text and Reference
Textbooks/ReferenceBooks:

WCY Lee, Mobile Cellular Telecommunications Systems,
McGraw Hill International Editions 1990.

WCY Lee, Mobile Communications Design Fundamentals,
Prentice Hall, 1993.

Raymond Steele, Mobile Radio Communications, IEEE Press,
New York, 1992.

AJ
Viterbi,
CDMA:
Principles
of
Spread
Spectrum
Communications, Addison Wesley, New York, 1995.

VK Garg and JE Wilkes, Wireless and personal Communication
Systems, Prentice Hall, 1996.
Type
Mid semester Exam
Weight
30%
Final semester Exam
20%
40%
Assignment
10%
Mini Project
9. Assessment
Due date
th
8 week of the
semester
14th week of the
semester
TBD
10. Academic Honesty
3
Behavior and Criteria
Examination will be set to address
learning outcomes 5.1.1, 5.1.2,5.13
and the criteria is to get all
questions answered correctly
Related to the subject
Examination will be set to address
learning outcomes
5.14,5.15,5.16,5.17 and the criteria
is to get all questions answered
correctly
Individually unique questions will
be given to check the level of
confidence and the criteria is to get
correct answer.
Copying from any outside sources (e.g. Fellow students, and Internet, etc.) on any material to be graded is not
permitted, and will be considered cheating. Cheating will result in failure of the assignment, failure of the class
and/or face possible disciplinary action. Each student is responsible for securing his or her work from copying.
Each student is expected to abide by college policies on academic conduct.
11. Due Date
All assignments must be turned in the class on the due date for full credit. No assignment will be
accepted after class on the due date. Since the group assignment is due in week 9, papers for this
presentation should be submitted before one week of the 9th week. Failure of submission and
presentation of the group assignment in week 14 will be awarded as zero out of 10 points.
12. Classroom Behavior
Anything that disturbs your instructor or your colleagues during the class period is considered a troublesome
behavior. Examples include: Using mobiles, PDA, making offensive remarks, sleeping, working on assignments
related to other courses, etc. troublesome behaviors are completely prohibited.
Instructor:
Department Head:
13. Approval (Affidavit)
Name
Signature
Dr S. Kishore Reddy
4
Date
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