Wireless and Mobile Communication

3-7, December 2018

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Last Date for Submission of application form : 26th November 2018
Selection list Intimation by E-mail/Display in web site: 28th November 2018

Principal
Coordinator - Academy

Support
Coordinator - Academy

Participating Academies and Local Coordinator Details

Prof. Ratnajit
Bhattacharjee
ratnajit.bhattacharjee
@gmail.com
Phone: 612582503 (O)
IIT Guwahati

Dr. Bharat Gupta
bharat@nitp.ac.in
M: 93314 06964
NIT Patna

IIT Guwahati - Dr. Kalpana Dhaka
kalpana.dhaka@iitg.ac.in Phone: 36125 83456 (O)
and
Dr. Salil Kashyap
salilkashyap@iitg.ac.in Phone: 36125 83473 (O)

NIT Patna - Dr. Seemanti Saha
seemanti@nitp.ac.in M: 94341 08693
and
Dr. Bharat Gupta
bharat@nitp.ac.in
M: 93314 06964

NIT Warangal - Dr. V. V. Mani
vvmani@nitw.ac.in M: 83329 69365

MNIT Jaipur - Dr. Satyasai J. Nanda
sjnanda.ece@mnit.ac.in M: 95496 54237


Module Details of Wireless and Mobile Communication


1.

Introduction and basics of
Mobile radio propagation
environment

Evolution of mobile radio communication, Different generations of
wireless communication and their specifications, Mobile radio
propagation and wireless channel models-free space propagation,
reflection, diffraction and scattering of radio signals, Doppler shift,
Path loss and shadowing, Multipath propagation and impulse
response model, Statistical fading models-Narrowband and wideband
fading models, Different parameters of fading channels-rms delay
spread and coherence bandwidth, Doppler spread and coherence
time, Flat and frequency selective fading, Slow fading and fast
fading, Level crossing rate (LCR) and Average fade duration (AFD),
Link budget design.
Hands-on: Path-loss and shadowing, Rayleigh and Rician fading,
LCR and AFD

2.

Cellular radio communication
systems and Multiple access
Techniques

Cellular concept-Cellular system fundamental, frequency reuse,
channel assignment, handoff, Interference and system capacity,
Improving system capacity and cell coverage, Multiple access
techniques-Frequency division multiple access (FDMA), Time division
multiple access (TDMA), Code division multiple access (CDMA)
and Space division multiple access (SDMA), Examples of practical
cellular radio systems.
Hands-on: Capacity of cellular systems with co-channel interference
for varying cluster size.

3.

Digital communication over
fading channels, diversity
equalization and channel
coding

Non-coherent and coherent reception; error probability of common
modulation schemes for uncoded transmission, Receiver diversity
selection combining (SC), equal gain combining (EGC) and maximal
ratio combining (MRC), Transmit diversity, Introduction to space
time codes, Linear and decision feedback equalizers, Linear block
codes and convolution codes
Hands-on: Error probability of common modulation schemes in
Rayleigh fading, SC and MRC, Zero forcing (ZF) and Minimum mean
square error (MMSE) equalizer.

4.

Spread spectrum, Multi
carrier and MIMO wireless
systems

Spread spectrum-Spread Spectrum Principles, Direct Sequence Spread
Spectrum (DSSS) system Model, Processing gain, Spreading codes,
Multiple access interference, Power control, Synchronization, Rake
receiver, Multi-carrier system-Data Transmission using Multiple
Carriers, Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM), Matrix
Representation of OFDM, Peak to Average Power Ratio, Frequency
and Timing Offset, Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) wireless
systems-Narrowband MIMO Model, parallel decomposition of MIMO
channel, MIMO Channel Capacity for various conditions, Diversity
Multiplexing Trade-offs
Hands-on: Spread spectrum system, multiple access interference,
OFDM systems-transmitter and receiver

Target Beneficiaries: Interested Faculty of engineering/technical institutions are eligible to attend these winter courses.
Availability of seats at each offering Academy: Fifty (50) seats are available for each winter course to be offered at each Academy/Remote Centre. Participants will be selected based on first-cum-first-serve basis by each academy. Selected participants will be communicated through e-mail / notified in E&ICT Academy websites.
Course duration: Each winter course is designed for 40 hours (Theory Lectures: 20-25 hours, Hands-on/Design orientation/Activity linked problems/Assignments Problem Solving/Case Studies sessions/Quiz Tests: 15-20 hours)
Accommodation: Boarding and Lodging at Hostels/Guest House will be provided at free of cost only at Identified E&ICT Academies. For details please refer to respective Academy websites. At identified Remote centres only working lunch and snacks will be provided.
Travel: No Travel Allowance will be paid to the participants.
Registration Fee for each Winter Course: No Registration fee is charged for attending this programme planned at any designated academies/Remote centres. However, candidate should submit a refundable Demand Draft of Rs.1000/- along with application form and the same will be handed over to the participant on the last day of the training. Satisfactory Certificate will be given to the participants subject to fulfillment of attending all sessions, submission of assignments and clearing the test(s).

How to apply:
  • A duly filled in application form in the prescribed form signed by the Head of the Institute to which the candidate belongs (along with demand draft) should reach by post to the local coordinator of the participating academy.
  • Government of India norms will be followed for SC/ST category participants.
  • The application form along with the DD can also be submitted in the online mode to Local Coordinator of the respective academy.