EE360 - Advanced Topics in Wireless Communications -
will focus on research issues in
multiple access techniques (including the impact of multiple
antennas), cellular system design,
and ad-hoc wireless networking. A rough set of the topics to be covered
will be given during
the first week of classes. Lectures will be based on
required reading from magazine and journal articles, textbook sections,
or supplemental handouts.
Active class participation is mandatory: Each student will present a
one of the class topics to the class, and required reading must be done
before class. In-class time will be divided between lectures, student
The course grade will be based on class presentation
two paper surveys based on the required and supplemental reading,
two homework assignments based on the required reading, and a final project.
Basic Course Information
Other Wireless Links (Under Construction)
Wireless Communications and Mobile Communications Course by Randy Katz
at U.C. Berkeley.
Principles of Wireless Networks Course by Michele Zorzi at UCSD.
Mobile and Wireless Networks and Applications Course by Mary Baker at Stanford.
Offered this quarter (Spring 2000).
Networks Laboratory> Rutgers University.
Berkeley Wireless Research Center>
University of California at Berkeley.
Center for Wireless Communications>
University of California at San Diego.
Center for Wireless Information
Network Studies> Worcester Polytechnic.
Mobile and portable radio research
group> Virginia Tech.
Packet Radio Reading List.
Weekly newspaper covering business,
technology, and regulatory news in the wireless area.