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EGĀ 6311. Wireless Communications. 3 Semester Hours.

This course addresses wireless communications in four parts. The first part addresses wireless sys tems with an overview of wireless channels, propagation characteristics, wireless system architecture and elements. The second part reviews wireless communications techniques, including modulation, diversity and combining, and multiple access. The third part introduces analysis and simulation methods and procedures for system performance evaluation. The fourth part presents various wireless communications systems and applications. Topics include: Introduction to Wireless Communications; The Cellular Concept; Wireless Channel Environment; Statistical Communications Theory; Path Loss Prediction; Received-Signal; Envelope and Phase Characteristics; Modulation Techniques; Diversity and Combining Technique; Multiple-Access Schemes; System Performance Evaluation; Wireless Systems and Applications.