Mobile Communication-1

Mobile Communication-1 1

This unique free application is for all students across the world.

This unique free application is for all students across the world.

This unique free application is for all students across the world. It covers 100 topics of Mobile communication in detail. These 100 topics are divided in 5 units.

Each topic is around 600 words and is complete with diagrams, equations and other forms of graphical representations along with simple text explaining the concept in detail.

This USP of this application is "ultra-portability". Students can access the content on-the-go from anywhere they like.

Basically, each topic is like a detailed flash card and will make the lives of students simpler and easier.

Some of topics Covered in this application are:

1. A Reference model for Mobile Communication

2. Frequencies for radio transmission

3. Regulations

4. Signals

5. Antennas

6. Signal propagation

7. Basic Methods of Propagation

8. Additional signal propagation effects

9. Multi-path propagation

10. Multiplexing

11. Digital Modulation

12. Multi-carrier modulation

13. Spread spectrum

14. Direct sequence spread spectrum

15. Frequency hopping spread spectrum

16. Cellular systems

17. Small-Scale Fading and its effects

18. Factors Influencing Small-Scale Fading

19. Doppler Shift

20. Impulse Response Model of a Multipath Channel

21. Doppler Spread and Coherence Time

22. Level Crossing and Fading Statistics

23. Types of Small-Scale Fading

24. Diversity

25. Equalization

26. Survey of Equalization Techniques

27. Linear Equalizers

28. Algorithms for Adaptive Equalization

29. Nonlinear Equalization

30. Maximum Likelihood Sequence Estimation (MLSE) Equalizer

31. Relationship Between Bandwidth and Received Power

32. Free Space propagation

33. Free Space Propagation Model

34. Outdoor Propagation Models

35. Hata Model

36. Wideband PCS Microcell Model

37. Indoor Propagation Modeling

38. Jakes' Channel Model

39. Frequency Reuse Concepts

40. Channel Assignment Strategies

41. Interference

42. Adjacent Channel interference(ACI)

43. Handoff Strategies

44. Improving coverage and capacity

45. Trunking and Grade of service

46. 802.11 IEEE Wireless Networking Specifications.

47. IEEE System architecture

48. IEEE802.11 Protocol architecture

49. IEEE 802.11 Protocols and Technologies

50. WIRELESS LAN

51. HIPERLAN

52. HiperLAN2

53. HiperLAN2 Basic Structure

54. HiperLAN2 MODES

55. BLUETOOTH

56. Architecture Of Bluetooth

57. Performance analysis of link and transport layer protocols over wireless channel

58. Mobile IP

59. IP packet delivery

60. Agent discovery

61. Registration

62. IPv6

63. Cellular IP

64. Mobile ad-hoc networks

65. Tunneling and encapsulation

66. Types of encapsulation

67. Optimizations of Mobile-IP

68. Traditional TCP

69. Classical TCP improvements

70. TCP OVER 2.5/3G WIRELESS NETWORKS.

71. Performance enhancing proxies

72. Transaction-oriented TCP

73. Evolution of Wireless Communication Systems

74. Global System for Mobile (GSM)

75. GSM Architecture

76. GSM Network Interfaces.

77. GSM TDM-FRAME STRUCTURE

78. GSM Channel Types

79. GSM structuring of time using a frame hierarchy.

80. GSM Handover

81. Localization and calling

82. Security in GSM

83. Protocols Architecture in GSM

84. GPRS.

85. GPRS ARCHITECTURE

86. GPRS Slot or GPRS Burst.

87. Protocol architecture for GPRS

88. GPRS ERROR CODING SCHEMES

89. GPRS CHANNELS

90. OPERATION OF GPRS

91. IS-95, The CDMAOne.

92. FEATURES OF CDMAOne

93. IS-95 Air Interface

94. Codes within IS-95 CDMA.

95. Channels in IS-95

96. HAND-OFF IN IS-95

97. DECT.

98. DECT Protocol Architecture

99. DECT Multiplex and Frame Structure

100. TETRA

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