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  EE4-65/EE9-SO27 Wireless Communications Bruno Clerckx Department of Electrical and Electronic EngineeingImperial College London January 2014 1/5  Course Ojectives ã  Advanced course on wireless communication and communication theory – Provides the fundamentals of wireless communications from a 4G and beyondperspective– At the cross-road between information theory, coding theory, signal processing andantenna/propagation theory ã  Major focus of the course is on MIMO (Multiple Input Multiple Output) andmulti-user communications – Includes as special cases SISO (Single Input Single Output), MISO (Multiple InputSingle Output), SIMO (Single Input Multiple Output)– Applications: everywhere in wireless communication networks: 3G, 4G(LTE,LTE-A),(5G?), WiMAX(IEEE 802.16e, IEEE 802.16m), WiFi(IEEE 802.11n), satellite,...+ inother fields, e.g. radar, medical devices, speech and sound processing, ... ã  Valuable for those who want to either pursue a PhD in communication or a career ina high-tech telecom company (research centres, R & D branches of telecommanufacturers and operators,...). ã  Skills – Mathematical modelling and analysis of (MIMO-based) wireless communicationsystems– Design (transmitters and receivers) of multi-cell multi-user MIMO wirelesscommunication systems– Hands-on experience of MIMO wireless systems performance evaluations– Practical understanding of MIMO applications 2/5  Content Central question:  How to deal with fading and interference in wireless networks? ã  Single link: point to point communications –  Lecture 1,2 : Fading and Diversity–  Lecture 3,4 : MIMO Channels - Modelling and Propagation–  Lecture 5,6 : Capacity of point-to-point MIMO Channels–  Lecture 7,8,9 : Space-Time Coding/Decoding over I.I.D. Rayleigh Flat Fading Channels–  Lecture 10 : Space-Time Coding in Real-World MIMO Channels–  Lecture 11 : Space-Time Coding with Partial Transmit Channel Knowledge–  Lecture 12 : Frequency-Selective MIMO Channels - MIMO-OFDM ã  Multiple links: multiuser communications –  Lecture 13 : Multi-User MIMO - Multiple Access Channels (Uplink)–  Lecture 14 : Multi-User MIMO - Broadcast Channels (Downlink)–  Lecture 15,16 : Multi-User MIMO - Scheduling and Precoding (Downlink) ã  Multiple cells: multiuser multicell communications –  Lecture 17 : Multi-Cell MIMO–  Lecture 18 : MIMO in 4G (LTE, LTE-Advanced, WiMAX) ã  Revision –  Lecture 19-20 : Revision and past exams 3/5  Important Information ã  Course webpage: ã  Prerequisite: EE9SC2 Advanced Communication Theory ã  Lectures on Tuesday from 14.00 till 16.00 ã  Exam (written, 3 hours, closed book):  70% ; Project (using Matlab):  30% . ã  Do the problems in problem sheets (2 types: 1. paper/pencil, 2. matlab) ã  Project – to be distributed around mid February (details to come later)– report to be submitted by end of March (details to come later). 4/5

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