Radio Resource Allocation in Advanced Cellular Networks [ResAlloc]


Lecturers:
Mohammad A. Sedaghat, Ph.D.

Time:
Thursday 12:15 - 13:45

Place:
Konrad-Zuse-Str. 5 room 01.030

Language:
English

Field of Study:
WF CE-MA 1-4 (ECTS-Credits: 2.5)
WF EEI-MA 1-4 (ECTS-Credits: 2.5)
WF SIM-MA 1-4 (ECTS-Credits: 2.5)
WF IuK-MA 1-4 (ECTS-Credits: 2.5)
WF CME-MA 2-4 (ECTS-Credits: 2.5)
WF ASC-MA 1-4

ECTS Information:
ECTS credits: 2.5

Content:

  1. Introduction to Wireless Cellular Networks
  2. Wireless Channel Models
  3. Basic Principle of Resource Allocation
  4. Review on Optimization Methods
  5. Multiple Access Methods
  6. Power Control Algorithms
  7. Cross-Layer Scheduling
  8. Resource Allocation in Multi-antenna Systems
  9. Advanced Topics in Resource Allocations

Learning objectives:

Students
obtain basic understanding of wireless cellular networks
become familiar with multiple access and resource allocation techniques in wireless communication networks
can formulate a resource allocation problem in a given wireless network
can select an optimization algorithm to solve a resource allocation problem
can design a multi-user system for given total bandwidth and power constraints

References:

    1.  Han, Zhu, and KJ Ray Liu. Resource allocation for wireless networks: basics, techniques, and applications. Cambridge university press, 2008.
    2.  Stanczak, Slawomir, Marcin Wiczanowski, and Holger Boche. Fundamentals of resource allocation in wireless networks: theory and algorithms. Vol. 3. Springer Science & Business Media, 2009.

    Additional Information:
    Expected participants: 20

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