This course covers the basic concepts, principles and some applications of wireless communication system and mobile networks, including cellular networks, mobile IP, wireless LAN, satellite systems, ad hoc networks, sensor networks, wireless PAN, etc. The basic principles of wireless communication are provided at the beginning. And then, multiple different applications of wireless communication system and mobile networks are introduced. Moreover, the concepts of network capacity, network security and game theory are also presented. The main teaching target is to encourage students to demonstrate their understanding, insight and own thinking for the wireless communication system and to resolve the practical challenges independently. The course contains experiments and simulations based on ns2 and smartphones. In addition, projects and corresponding presentation are required.
《Introduction to Mobile Internet》 Xinbing Wang，Tsinghua University Press
Time and Place
8:00 pm - 9:50pm : Mon, Wed, F-202
InstructorDr. Xinbing Wang
Office hours: 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm, Tuesday in 5-303 or by appointment
Dr. Xiaohua Tian
Dr. Jiaqi Liu
Email : email@example.com
Office Hours: 7:00-9:00pm Thursday in 1-435.
Closed-book exam (20%) + Research project and presentation (50%) + Homework and experiments (30%)Homework grading
- Homework will be due in class at the beginning of the lecture. See schedule for due dates of specific homework assignments.
- Late homework assignments will not receive any credit.
- There will be no partial credit for parts of the homework problems. E.g., if a homework assignment has 2 problems with 2 parts each, the score for that homework can be 0,1,2,3 or 4 out of 4. Only the sub-problems that are worked out completely and correctly will be credited.
- Every homework assignment will have an equal weight and a scale of 10 points.
- Every student earning 90% is guaranteed to have be in the A range (A-, A, A+).
- Every student earning 80% is guaranteed to have be in the B range (B-. B, B+).
- Every student earning 70% is guaranteed to have be in the C range (C-,C,C+).
- Every student earning 60% is guaranteed to have be in the D range (D-, D, D+).
Audit students must earn a B average on the homework.
- Understand the basic concepts and applications in mobile networks;
- Develop the engineering ability through course labs ;
- Learn teamwork and problem-solving ability through course projects;
- There will be no make-up exams
- Reading assignments are assumed to be actual assignments, in other words, the instructor will assume that the students have studied the reading assignment material.
- New assignments and deadlines will be announced in class. Hard copies of handouts, assignments etc. will usually not be distributed. Updates and copies of assignments will be available only from the web and/or e-mail. It is your responsibility to check whether anything new has been issued if you miss a class.
- Objections to grading of assignments or exams must be filed in writing within one week after they have been returned to you.
- No cheating allowed. Any form of cheating will result in an immediate failure of the course, and may be reported to school for further action.
- If you have any questions regarding the homework, please see the teaching assistant first. You are welcome to ask me questions regarding the course, but regarding specific homework questions, please see me only after you have seen the TA first (and not found the answer satisfactory).
- During the lecture please turn off any cellular phones, PDAs, laptops, etc.
All the provisions of the code of academic integrity apply to this course. In addition, it is my understanding and expectation that your signature on any test or assignment means that you neither gave nor received unauthorized aid.