SCHOOL OF ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING
            GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
ECE 4813A: WIRELESS AND MOBILE NETWORKING, SPRING 2003

LECTURE NOTES

All course presentation material

IS-95.pdf

WMAC.pdf

WLANIntro.pdf

HOMEWORKS AND SOLUTIONS

 

COURSE INFORMATION

COURSE OBJECTIVE:
To present the wireless and mobile network architectures, technologies and protocols.

INSTRUCTOR
Prof. Yucel Altunbasak
Office: GCATT-370
Phone: 404 385 1341
E-mail: yucel@ece.gatech.edu (preferred method of communication)
Office hours: MWF after or before the class in Van Leer, or by appointment.
http://users.ece.gatech.edu/~yucel/
http://www.ece.gatech.edu/research/labs/MCCL/home/index.html

TEACHING ASSISTANT
Nejat kamaci
E-mail: kamaci@ece.gatech.edu

He will be the main person handling/grading pop-quizzes and homework. Please, discuss any problems about your quiz and homework grading with him. In case of disagreement, you can always make an appointment with me to discuss the matter.

TIME & LOCATION
MWF, 1:05PM-1:55PM
C241 Bunger Henry-360

TEXT
Main textbook: Wireless communications and networks, William Stallings, Prentice Hall
(see http://williamstallings.com/Wireless1e.html)

Optional: Principles of wireless networks, Kaveh Pahlavan and Prashant Krishnamurty, Prentice Hall, Prentice Hall Communications Engineering and Emerging Technologies Series, Theodore S. Rappaport, Series Editor

HOMEWORK
There will be homework assignments given at the end of each chapter. Homework problems will be solved in the recitation hours.

POP QUIZ
Every once in a while (once in one or two weeks), we will have pop-quizzes. They will NOT be announced beforehand, and they may also be given at the beginning of the lectures. They will be given especially when the class attendance is low.

HONOR CODE
Please uphold the academic honor code (see http://www.gatech.edu/honor/). Violations will be reported to the office of Vice-President for Student Services

GRADING

Percentage Date
Exam1 15% Feb 10, 2003
Exam2 15% March 17, 2003
Exam3 15% April 14, 2003
Homework 15%
Pop-quiz 20%
Final 20%
Instructor 10%

RECITATION HOURS
 

TENTATIVE OUTLINE