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ATTENTION ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING STUDENTS:
New course available for the Spring 2018 semester! 
I7500: Advanced Wireless Networks
Instructor: Prof. Myung Jong Lee
Class Hours: Tuesdays 2:00-4:45 PM, NAC6/313
Textbook: Text: 5G Mobile and Wireless Communications Technology, Afif Osseiran, et. al, ed. Cambridge University Press, 2016
Reference: papers and documents in the references in the textbook, online materials. Disclaimer: all posted materials on the Blackboard are solely for classroom use.
Content:
  • Evolution of Communication technology
  • LTE
  • 5G Architecture
  • Machine Type Communication (MTC) for IoT
  • Device-to-Device communication (D2D)
  • Vehicle-to-Everything comm (V2X)
  • Millimeter Wave communications
  • 5G Radio Access Technology
  • Massive MIMO system
  • Coordinated Multipoint Communications
  • Interference and Mobility management
  • 5G Propagation models
  • Performance
Grading: Midterm 40%  Classroom presentation and homework 20% Final Project 40%
 
Not mandatory but recommended preparation for this course: Wireless communications (F6300) and Computer Communications (F6000)
 
This course is also open to qualified senior undergraduate students.
Please email any inquiries about the course to Prof. Lee at mlee@ccny.cuny.edu.
 

 

ATTENTION GRADUATE STUDENTS:

Effective Spring 2016, the following changes have been made to graduate course EE G7100 - Wireless Multimedia Networks:
  1. Course number is now EE I7500.
  2. Course name is now Advanced Wireless Networks.
  3. Course content will include the state of the art technologies today in wireless networks. 
  4. No prerequisites needed to take the course, however, familiarity with certain background information such as wireless communications and computer networks is highly desirable.