University of Technology Sydney

31275 Mobile Networking

6cp; 3hpw
Requisite(s): 31270 Networking Essentials OR 48720 Network Fundamentals OR 41092 Network Fundamentals
Recommended studies: basic understanding of networking and telecommunication concepts



Wireless networks, such as cellular, WiFi, sensor, satellite and near field communication networks, provide ubiquitous connections to devices and end-users, and are the underlying technologies and systems for almost every industry today. This subject covers the principles and applications of wireless telecommunication networks, and their integration with the internet. The emphasis is on the concepts, infrastructure and protocols of these networks, and the use of these networks in applications with different requirements of supporting devices and mobility. This subject also offers extensive hands-on experience via solving industry-related problems, and provides opportunities for research innovation via group project work. This subject provides students with both fundamental knowledge and practical usage experience in wireless networks, and is suitable for students over a wide range of engineering courses.

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Spring session, City campus

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