Mobile Communication Seminar
FEKT-MPA-SKTAcad. year: 2020/2021
The student gain insight into the newest trends in the area of wireless and mobile communication systems. The first part of the course consists of a series of lectures, presented in English by specialists from the insdustry, abroad universities of from BUT. The content of the lectures is focused on mobile cellulal networks, signal processing, antennas and signal propagation. In the second part of the course, the task of the student is to present the contents and ideas of a selected scientific journal paper.
Learning outcomes of the course unit
The graduate of the course is able to: (a) understand a technical presentation given in English; (b) describe the principle of selected modern techniques used in communication systens; (c) understand the ideas behind a scientific journal paper; (d), prepare and defend a technical presentation in English.
Recommended optional programme components
Recommended or required reading
GHASEMI, A., ABEDI, A., GHASEMI, F. Propagation Engineering in Wireless Communication, Second Edition. Springer, 2016. DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-32783-9. Publikace je dostupná studentům a zaměstnancům VUT prostřednictvím digitální knihovny SpringerLink. (EN)
XIANG, W., ZHENG, K., SHEN, X.S. (Eds) 5G Mobile Communications. Springer, 2017. DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-34208-5. Publikace je dostupná studentům a zaměstnancům VUT prostřednictvím digitální knihovny SpringerLink. (EN)
Planned learning activities and teaching methods
Assesment methods and criteria linked to learning outcomes
The course consists of two parts: i) participation in online English lectures; ii) study and presentation of an expert article at a constitutional seminar. To successfully complete the course, it is necessary to obtain a specified minimum number of points in each part.
• Evaluation during the attending lectures min. 24 points, max. 48 points
• Studying a journal paper and its presentation min. 26 points, max. 52 points
Total min. 50 points, max. 100 points
Language of instruction
1. Introduction to the lectures.
2. Work on presentation.
3. Work on presentation.
4. Lecture in the area of communication technologies.
5. Lecture in the area of communication technologies.
6. Lecture in the area of communication technologies.
7. Work on presentation.
8. Work on presentation.
9. Lecture in the area of communication technologies.
10. Lecture in the area of communication technologies.
11. Work on presentation.
12. Work on presentation.
13. Presentation and grading.
The aim of the course is to (a) introduce the most recent techniques and trends in the area of wireless and mobile communication systems, (b) develop the students' ability of understanding technical text in English and (c) support their presentation skills.