Advanced Telecommunications Networks

Објавено: март 21, 2019

Course Title: Advanced Telecommunications Networks

Code: ФЕИТ10015

ECTS points: 6 ЕКТС

Number of classes per week:3+0+0+3

Lecturer: Prof. Dr Liljana Gavrilovska

Course Goals (acquired competencies): Upon finishing the course it is expected that the student will understand the advanced concepts of telecommunications networks, demonstrate deep understanding of the functioning and designing telecommunications networks (fixed and mobile) and demonstrate the ability to perform scientific work in the area.

Subject of the course contentOverview of transmission techniques (circuit and packet) and transmission infrastructures in modern telecommunications networks. Overview of broadband access technologies. Advanced access telecommunications networks. xDSL, cable access, PLC, wireless access. Basics of MPLS and GMPLS. Concept of Carrier Ethernet. Routing algorithms (classification and characteristics). Advanced management solutions. IMS. Integration. Development towards NGN. Service examples. Teletraffic engineering of NGN. All-IP architectures. Performance analysis of all-IP networks (throughput, delay). Overview of technologies for wireless networking. Regulation and standardization in telecommunications networks. Case study. Short overview of advanced wireless and mobile network solutions. Development trends in telecommunications networks.


Required Literature        
No. Author Title Publisher Year
1. J. L. Salina, P. Salina Next Generation Networks: Perspectives and Potentials John Wiley and Sons 2008
2. H. Hanrahan Network Convergence: Services, Applications, Transport and Operations Support John Wiley and Sons 2007
3. T. A. Wysocki,A. Dadej,B. A. Wysocki Advanced Wired and Wireless Networks (Multimedia Systems and Applications) Springer 2004
Additional Literature        
No. Author Title Publisher Year
1. Savo G. Glisic Advanced Wireless Networks: 4G Technologies John Wiley and Sons 2006
2.   Publications in international journals and conference proceedings and standards