Evolution of mobile radio communication fundamentals. General Model of Wireless Communication Link, Types of Signals, Cellular Infrastructure, Cellular System Components, Antennas for Cellular Systems, Operation of Cellular Systems, Channel Assignment, Frequency reuse, Channel Assignment strategies, Handoff Strategies Cellular Interferences,
Sectorization; Wireless Channel and Radio Communication, Free Space Propagation Model, Channel
Noise and Losses, Fading in Land Mobile Systems, Multipath Fading, Fading
Effects on Signal and Frequency, Shadowing.
Wireless Channel Modeling: AWGN Channel, Rayleigh Channel, Rician Fading Channel, Nakagami Fading Channel, Ocumura and Hata Path Loss Model; Channel Modelling: Stochastic, Flat Fading, Wideband TimeDispersive Channel Modelling.
Theory of Vocoders, Types of Vocoders; Spread Spectrum Modulation, Pseudo-Noise Codes with Properties and Code Generation Mechanisms, DSSS and FHSS Systems, Time Hopping and Hybrid Spread Systems; Multicarrier
Modulation Techniques. Zero Inter Symbol Interference Communication Techniques, Detection Strategies, Diversity Combining Techniques: Selection Combining, Threshold Combining, Equal Gain Combining, Maximum Ratio Combining; Spatial Diversity and Multiplexing in MIMO Systems, Channel Estimation.
Equalization Techniques: Transversal Filters, Adaptive Equalizers, Zero Forcing Equalizers, Decision Feedback Equalizers, and related algorithms.
Multiplexing and Multiple Access: FDMA, TDMA, CDMA, OFDMA, SCFDMA, IDMA Schemes and Hybrid Method of Multiple Access Schemes, RAKE Receiver; Multiple Access for Radio Packet Systems: Pure ALOHA, Slotted ALOHA, CSMA and their versions; Packet and Pooling Reservation Based Multiple Access Schemes.
GSM system for mobile Telecommunication, General Packet Radio Service, Edge Technology; CDMA 2000, Wireless Local Loop, IMT 2000 and UMTS, Long Term Evolution (LTE), Mobile Satellite Communication, Introduction to Mobile Adhoc Networks, Li-Fi Communication, Ultra-Wideband Communication, Mobile data networks, Wireless Standards IMT 2000, Introduction to 4G and concept of NGN.