Mobile and Personal Communication Networks

Academic Semester:
Course TypeReference NumberSubprogram
Compulsory in SubprogramTheory: ΤΠ70Δ1
Lab:
Network Engineering
SemesterAcademic YearHours per week
Winter4thTheory: 3 Lab: 2
ExamsECTSWorkload
Theory: Written final exam on the entirety of the assigned material (100%). Laboratory: lab exercises (40%), final examination on the entirety of the assigned material (60%)69
PrerequisitesTeaching methodTeaching Language
Lectures with parallel laboratory classesGreek

Academic Staff

Faculty in charge: 
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στρατάκης δημήτριος
Stratakis DImitrios
Assistant Professor
Αναπληρωτής Καθηγητής
+30 2810-379891, +30 2810-379760

COURSE CONTENTS

THEORY

  • Introduction: mobile communications systems. Definitions, categories,
  • Mobile telephone systems,
  • Channel Characterization in mobile communications,
  • Propagation of signals,
  • Radio coverage models,
  • Development of empirical models,
  • Telecommunication traffic, quality of service,
  • Cellular mobile communications systems
  • Installation of base stations

LABORATORY

  •  Installation of base stations,
  •  Studies of radio coverage,
  •  Studies of frequency assignment,
  •  Studies of interference,
  •  Development of systems for electromagnetic field measurements.

RECOMMENDED BIBLIOGRAPHY

  • The Mobile Radio Propagation Channel, David Parson, Pentech Press
  • Mobile Communications Engineering: Theory and Applications, William C.Y.Lee, McGraw-Hill Series on Telecommunications
  • Mobile Callular Telecommunications (2nd Edition), William C.Y. Lee,McGraw-Hill
  • An Introduction to GSM, Siegmund M. Redl, Matthias K. Weber, Malcolm W. Oliphant, Artech House, Mobile Communications Series
  • Mobile Cellular Telecommunications Systems, William C.Y. Lee, MacGraw-Hill
  • Microwaves Mobile Communications, Jakes, Wiley Interscience
  • Wireless Communications, Theodore S. Rappaport, Prentice Hall
  • Principles of Mobile Communications, Gordon L. Stuber, Kluwer  Academic Publishers
  • Τhe GSM System for Mobile Communications, Michel Mouly, MarieBernadette, Pautet, Prentice Hall
  • Cell Planning for Wireless Communications, Manuel F. Catedra, et al, Artech House Mobile Communications Library
  • Cellular Communications: Worldwide Market Development (Artech House), Garry A. Garrard, Garry Gerrard, Artech House
  • GSM and Personal Communications Handbook, Siegmund Redl, Artech House Mobile Communications Library
  • The Mobile Communications Handbook, Jerry D. Gibson, R.C. Dorf, Electrical Engineering Handbook Series
  • Third Generation Mobile Communications Systems, Ramjee Prasad, Warner Mohr, Artech House

 

Secretary

Address: Department of Informatics Engineering, School of EngineeringTEI of Crete, Heraklion, Crete, P.O Box: 71500
E-mail: secretariat@ie.teicrete.gr
Tel: 2810-379716, 2810-379795, 2810-379853
Fax: 2810-379717
Website: http://www.ie.teicrete.gr
 

Administrators

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