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CS 6V81: Personal Communications Systems

Spring 2005
Section 502 F 6-8:45PM
Room ECS 2.410

Instructor: Wei Wei, Ph.D.

UTD Office: ECS 3.605
Web Site: For notes and assignments. If you are registered students, you should’ve known. If don’t, email
Office Hours: MW: 2:30-3:30 pm, or by appointment.
Telephone: (972) 883-6617 E-mail: wei.wei1@utdallas.edu;
Teaching Assistant: Hui Li, hxl015300@utdallas.edu, Tue. 3-5 2.104B Thu. 3:30-5:30 3.405

Catalog Statement:
Wireless Network principles, designs, planning and operations. Topics cover various technologies: FDMA,
TDMA and CDMA. WLAN and Bluetooth. Algorithms and techniques for efficient wireless network design
and operations for both voice and data communications.

• Textbook

Wireless and Personal Communications Systems,, by Vijay K. Garg, Joseph E. Wilkes. PH/PTR, 1996
Class handout (will be available for download.)

• Grading Policy

Test#1 40%
Test#2 40%
Quiz 5%
Assignments 15%

• Syllabus

¡ Introduction to wireless communications

¡ Fundamentals of radio communications: loss, fading, and multi-paths effects
¡ Radio Access technologies: TDMA, FDMA, CDMA.
¡ Cellular Systems: Concepts and Designs.
¡ Frequency Planning and Channel Allocations
¡ Cell and Channel Assignment Optimizations
¡ Network Architecture & Mobility management
¡ Location Management
¡ Network Operations: Basic Call Processing
¡ Advanced Network Operations: handoff & roaming
¡ New Development: UMTS
¡ Wireless Data Network: Wi-Fi & Bluetooth
¡ Security and Privacy in Wireless Networks

• Course Policies

o Reading Assignments
In addition to the lecture, you will be asked to read materials related to the new development and other
topics. I might ask you to write research papers on some topics as ways to evaluate your work, or I
might simply ask questions related to the assignments in the test. So keep in mind that no turn in doesn’t
mean no evaluation!

o Collaboration and Policy on Scholastic Dishonesty

Collaboration on project and exams is NOT permitted.

Copying during exams and on project will not be tolerated. Students who violate university rules on
scholastic dishonesty will be subject to disciplinary penalties, including the possibility of failure in the
course and/or dismissal from the university. Since such dishonesty harms the individual, all students and
the integrity of the university, policies on scholastic dishonesty will be strictly enforced. The instructor
reserves the right to ask students to explain how they reached their solution. If the student is unable to
provide a satisfactory explanation, (s)he may lose points even if the answer is correct.

o Makeup Exams

Makeup exams will be given only in case of valid reasons (medical or family emergencies). In such
cases, the instructor should be notified well in advance (where applicable). The instructor's decision is
final with regard to the validity of the reason. Forgetfulness or being stuck in routine traffic are not
valid reasons.

o Miscellaneous

The student is responsible for any lectures and/or announcements that (s)he missed.

Last modified: Jan. 11, 2005