TECHNOLOGIES FOR WIRELESS NETWORKS
Provide a framework for all major network technologies that use wireless (wireless) transmissions considering application areas and architectures both from a structural and protocollary point of view. • Deepen some specific technologies of particular interest and Present and future diffusion, such as wireless networks and wireless LAN networks • Provide introductory indications to identify the current and short-term utilization possibilities of the above-mentioned technologies in relation to the various application areas. • Outline the main solutions to the mobility problem on packet networks (in TCP / IP technology) in relation to the wireless technologies described.
- Introduction to the wireless networks
- Architectures and protocols for packet wireless network: WLAN: the IEEE 802.11 (WiFi) standard - Wireless access networks (IEEE802.16) - PAN: the Bluetooth (IEEE802.15) standard.
- Radio-mobile cellular networks: Introduction - Global System for Mobile communications (GSM) - GPRS/EDGE - UMTS/LTE
- Mobility management in IP packet networks
S. Tanembaum, Computer Networks, (5th Edition), 2010.
W. Stallings, Wireless Communications and Networks (2nd Edition), Prentice Hall, 2004.
RAFFAELE BOLLA (President)
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At the end of the course the student will have a quite complete knowledge about the wireless networks architectures, technologies and protocols including the WLAN, cellular networks, and mobile management issues.