Wireless Communication System


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The ideas of frequency reuse and handoff, two cornerstones of cellular radio, are covered in depth. This exemplifies the importance of trunking efficiency and the interplay between mobile and base station interference in reducing cellular networks’ total capacity. It shows how several radio propagation models may be used to foresee the far-reaching consequences of radio waves in a variety of operational settings. This also describes how to quantify and estimate the influence of signal bandwidth and velocity on the instantaneous received signal over the multi-path channel, as well as smaller propagation effects like fading, time delay spread, and doppler spread. Students should be directed to become familiar with the characteristics of wireless channels, the different types of cellular architectures, the concepts underlying the different types of digital signalling schemes for fading channels, the different types of multipath mitigation techniques, and the different types of multiple antenna systems. Students should be able to evaluate and assess the performance of different multipath mitigation strategies, develop and build systems with transmit/receive diversity, and characterise wireless channels after completing this course.

Dr. Sanjaya Kumar Sarangi, Prof. Arabinda Nanda, Dr. Manas Ranjan Chowdhury, Dr. Joshi Vinayak Bhalachandra






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