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  • Syllabus.

  • [sequence/last slide] (e.g., [1/7]) indicates the material covered from the notes during class period. However, this only shows the slides and not the material discussed that are not reflected, e.g. examples, general discussion on the topic etc.
  • Lecture 1 (01/09/08): [1/07] ( Sequence 1 pdf ) Introduction
  • Lecture 2 (01/11/08): [2/02] ( Sequence 2 pdf ) Basic principles: LAN, Circuit switching, packet switching, ATM, network configurations
  • Lecture 3 (01/14/08): [2/26] Protocol architectures, protocol stacks
  • Lecture 4 (01/16/08): [2/45] OSI model, TCP/IP, UDP, protocols in TCP/IP suite
  • Lecture 5 (01/18/08): [3/10] ( Sequence 3 pdf ) : Physical layer terminology
  • Lecture 6 (01/23/08): [3/21] Fourier analysis, Signal representation, attenuation
  • Lecture 7 (01/25/08): [3/40] Analog and digital signals and transmission
  • Lecture 8 (01/28/08): [3/49] Attenuation, distorion, noise, NEXT canceling, Nyquist and Shannon formulas Thermal noise, signal delay
  • Lecture 9 (01/30/08): [4/15] ( Sequence 4 pdf ) : Transmission media basics, twisted pair
  • Lecture 10 (02/04/08): [5/05] ( Sequence 5 pdf ) : Coaxial cable, optical fiber, Wireless transmission (antennas, radiation pattern, parabolic refliction, microwave, satellite microwave, broadcast radio, infrared, wave propagation), Signal encoding background
  • Lecture 11 (02/06/08): [5/21] Signal encoding techniques, Digital Data -Digital Signals (NRZ, Bipolar AMI, Pseudoternary, Mancester, Diff. Manchester)
  • Lecture 12 (02/08/08): [5/32] Signal encoding cont., (B8ZS, HDB3), Digital Data - Analog Signal, ASK
  • Lecture 13 (02/11/08): [5/40] FSK, PSK, Pread Spectrum,...
  • Lecture 14 (02/13/08): [5/41-5/59] Digital Data - Analog Signal cont. (Binary FSK, Mutliple FSK, QPSK, OQPSK, QAM), Sampling Theorem,
  • Lecture 15 (02/15/08): [5/60-5/71] Pulse Amplitude Modulation (PAM), Pulse Code Modulation (PCM), Nonlinear Encoding Delta Modulation, Analog Data - Analog Signals, Async and Sync. Transmission,
  • Lecture 16 (02/20/08): [5/71-6/6] ( Sequence 6 pdf ) :, discussion of homework, analog signal modulation, async. and synchronous transmission
  • Lecture 17 (02/22/08): [6/7-6/18] Error Detection (codes, hamming distance, parity, checksum, cyclic redundancy check)
  • Lecture 18 (02/25/08): [6/19-6/26] CRC
  • Lecture 19 (02/27/08): [6/19-6/26] Homework discussion, questions, examples
  • Lecture 20 (02/29/08): [7/01-8/5] ( Sequence 7 pdf ) :, Lince Configurations (tolology, full/half duplex), Characteristics of Interface (Mechanical, Electrical, Functional, Procedural) Interfacing (V.24/EIA-232-F, ISDN interface) ( Sequence 8 pdf ) :, Compression, Data Link Control Protocols, Data Link Basics

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