Wireless Access Networks: State of the Art, Challenges and Evolutions

Catalogue des cours de Télécom SudParis

Code

NET 7003

Niveau

PostGraduate (MSc)

Domaine

Réseaux

Langue d'enseignement

Anglais

Crédits ECTS

4

Heures programmées / Charge de travail

15 / 45

Responsable(s)

  • JOUABER Badii

Département

- Réseaux et Services Multimédia Mobiles

Objectifs

Objectives

This course addresses radio resource allocation, sharing, control and management for wireless and cellular networks. It basically addresses PHY and MAC layers.

The first and major emphasis is on radio access network architectures, procedures and methods. We will address resource sharing and radio resource allocation, control and management from 2G to 5G networks.

The course addresses Uplink and downlink interference management, scheduling issues and capacity evaluation for the air interface or the radio access network.

QoS management and service classes will be presented and debated.


The impact of current choices on QoS and mobility management as well as the trends and evolutions toward more cooperation among radio cells, Cloud/Centralized RAN architectures will be discussed.

Contenu

Programme

RAN architecture
Radio Access Network Architecture for GSM, GPRS and UMTS, network devices, interfaces and protocols

QoS definition and management in GPRS and UMTS

Access methods and radio resource management in mobile networks, mainly for
- TDMA systems,
- CDMA systems and
- OFDMA systems.

Scheduling issues for GPRS, UMTS and WiMAX
- downlink
- uplink

Physical to logical channel mapping
- for GSM
- for UMTS

Procedure and protocol used for resource allocation
- PDP Context and TBF allocation

Transport technologies in the RAN
- ATM versus IP
- Qos Classes and QoS mapping between radio and transport layers

Green IT

Prérequis

 

Mots-clés

 

Evaluation

Written test and personal project.

Approches pédagogiques

 

Programme

Master of Science

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