Electrical Engineering 597:

Wireless Networks (3.0 units)

Introduction to wireless networking technologies; fundamental architectural and design principles used at all protocol layers; optimization and performance evaluation using mathematical analysis and simulations. Prerequisites: EE 450 and EE 464 or EE 465 or EE 503. Recommended preparation: EE 467, familiarity with Matlab and C programming.
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31122D048Lecture9:30-10:50amTue, Thu18 of 56Konstantinos PsounisSOSB44Word (39424 KB)feesession dates
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