Course Title: Design of Telecommunication Networks
ECTS points: 6 ECTS
Number of classes per week:3+0+0+3
Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Toni Janevski
Course Goals (acquired competencies): After completion of the course Design of telecommunication networks the student is expected to know to apply deeper technical analysis to different telecommunication networks. Also, student is expected to know how to model and design a variety of telecommunication networks. It is expected to be ready to deal with scientific-research work in the field of design of telecommunication networks supported by quality of services.
Subject of the course content: Analysis of telecommunication traffic: mobile traffic, Internet traffic, heterogeneous traffic. Telecommunication networks modeling. Modeling of protocols, applications and services in telecommunication networks. Telecommunication networks topologies. Flow control and routing. Admission control and resource allocation in access networks and core networks. Performances of network nodes (routers, switches) and network access techniques. Design of networks for telecom operators. Design of wireless mobile networks with given performances (WLAN, WiMAX, 3G, 4G). Design of networks for real-time Internet services. Techniques for Quality of Services (QoS) improvements. QoS analysis in telecommunication networks.
|1.||Chris Hellberg, Dylan Greene, Truman Boyes||Broadband Network Architectures – Designing and Deploying Triple-Play Services||Prentice Hall||2007|
|2.||Leonhard Korowajczuk||LTE, WiMAX and WLAN Network Design, Optimization and Performance Analysis||Wiley||2011|
|3.||Michal Pioro, Deepankar Medhi||Routing, Flow, and Capacity Design in Communication and Computer Networks||Morgan Kaufman Publishers||2004|
|1.||IETF standards and documents||Request For Comments (RFC)||IETF|
|2.||ITU standards and documents, 3GPP standards||ITU recommendations, 3GPP recommendations||ITU, 3GPP|
|3.||IEEE Communications Magazine, IEEE Network, IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking||Papers from IEEE journals||IEEE|