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  • 657

    2012/2013

    .

    Parallax BOE-Bot Parallax BOE-Bot Tank Parallax BOE-Bot

    with gripper

    Crossbow Mica2 Crossbow MicaZ Crossbow Mica2Dot

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  • 657 2012/2013

    : 7.5 ECTS

    : 01 - 003

    : 15:00-18:00

    : & 18:00-

    19:00

    : 16:30-18:00

    : TBA

  • 657

    .

    .: 01-120

    : 18:00-

    19:00

    e-mail: [email protected]

  • 657

    E-324

    E-420

    -606

  • 657

    , :

    (WLAN), ad-hoc, sensor, VANETS

    (WiMax), ,

    (UMTS),

    , ,

    ,

    ,

    .

    ,

  • 657

    &

    : Infrastructure and Infrastructureless

    : , (WLAN, WiMAX, Wireless Mesh Networks)

    Infrastructureless Ad-hoc, sensor networks, VANETS

    (3G UMTS) 4 (4G)

  • 657

    50%

    + 20%

    Project 30%

    Project

    ( 4.5 10)

    .

  • 657

    : Holger Karl, Andreas Willig, Protocols and Architectures for

    Wireless Sensor Networks, Wiley, 2005.

    Kazem Sohraby, Daniel Minoli, Taieb Znati, Wireless Sensor

    Networks: Technology, Protocols, and Applications, Published Online:

    1 AUG 2006, Print ISBN: 9780471743002, Online ISBN:

    9780470112762, DOI: 10.1002/047011276X

    Schiller, J, Mobile Communications, 2nd edition, Addison-Wesley,

    512 pages, ISBN 0-321-12381-6, August 2003

    H. Holman and A. Toskala, WCDMA for UMTS, 4th edition, Wiley.

    : OPNET simulation tool

    Ns-2 simulation tool

    Tiny OS tutorials: http://www.tinyos.net/tinyos-1.x/doc/tutorial/

    An NS2 simulation package for IEEE 802.15.4 and ZigBee routing

    (ZBR) can be found at: http://www-ee.ccny.cuny.edu/zheng/pub

    http://www.tinyos.net/tinyos-1.x/doc/tutorial/http://www.tinyos.net/tinyos-1.x/doc/tutorial/http://www.tinyos.net/tinyos-1.x/doc/tutorial/http://www-ee.ccny.cuny.edu/zheng/pubhttp://www-ee.ccny.cuny.edu/zheng/pubhttp://www-ee.ccny.cuny.edu/zheng/pub

  • 657 I

    http://www.cs.ucy.ac.cy/courses/EPL657/

    :

    http://www.cs.ucy.ac.cy/courses/EPL657/

  • TOPICS, LECTURE SCHEDULE

    AND RESEARCH TOPICS

  • Motivation and course objectives

    Overview of course

    Outline course requirements

    Reading papers

    Labs, 1 lab assignment, and 1 research

    project

    Familiarisation with OPNET

    Topic 1: Introduction (1

    lecture)

  • Topic 2: Wireless

    Environment (2 lectures)

    / Wireless environment

    Radio transmission and impairments (coding, noise, fading, propagation, higher BER, interference,)

    Introduction to important quantities, such as SNR, C/I, Eb/No,

    OPNET lab

  • Topic 3: Fundamental

    concepts (2 lectures)

    (Fundamental concepts in wireless networks)

    Modulation

    Share/reuse resources (time, frequency /

    wavelength, space, codes, )

    Medium Access Control

    Types of networks: Infrastructure vs Infrastructureless

    Example wireless/mobile networks

    Effect of mobility on applications

    Radio Resources and Mobility (incl.

    handover)

  • Topic 4: Infrastructure-

    based

    Wireless LANs (3 lectures)

    ( 802.11a/b/g, 802.11e)

    (Network design and planning issues and performance evaluation).

    OPNET assignment: Given traffic profile and topology maps (one or two floors of office space and big shopping areas or football ground), place BSS and assess performance

    1. without real time (ftp, web),

    2. with real time (video distribution).

    Reading paper presentation by student (802.11az)

  • Topic 4: Infrastructure-

    based

    /

    Metropolitan Area networks: WiMax

    Wireless Mesh Networks

  • Topic 5: Infrastructureless

    Networks

    Ad-hoc and Sensor Networks (5 lectures)

    Motivation

    Key issues

    demands

    Trends

    special focus on routing issues

    VANETS

    Reading paper presentation by students

  • Topic 6: Cellular Mobile

    Networks (2 lectures)

    (UMTS)

    (interference between cells, mobility and handover issues)

    RAN and Core

    UE,

    Node B,

    RNC

    GGSN, SGSN,

    and interconnection with fixed networks (e.g. IP network)

    Reading paper presentation by students (IMS architecture)

  • Topic 7: Radio Resource

    Management (3 lectures)

    (Radio Resource Management) (, , ad-hoc, sensor)

    Fundamentals (RRMs objectives, mechanisms, etc)

    Example application in UMTS, WLAN, Sensor networks

    Special attention to mobility and handover

    (handover, power, and mobility) OPNET lab

    Reading paper presentation by students (RRM, e.g. general or handover issues)

  • Topic 8: Basics of Networking

    Protocols for wireless networks

    (4 lectures)

    Protocols for wireless and mobile networks:

    Wireless TCP, Session Mobility, Mobile-IP (IPv4, IPv6), Transport protocols for mobile networks

    OPNET lab: Mobile-IP (video distribution).

    Reading paper presentation by students (wireless TCP)

  • Topic 9: Presentations of

    research projects (2

    lectures)

    Each student will present (and

    demonstrate, or present results) of the

    final research project during the last

    week of the semester

  • General comments:

    Labs (using OPNET simulator)

    A number of labs will be performed by the

    students to reinforce the fundamentals

    A lab assignment will be performed to

    introduce the student into a WLAN planning

    and design exercise.

  • General comments: (cont)

    Paper presentation (if numbers allow)

    Every student will present 1-2 papers over

    the semester period. Selection of topic by

    end of 2nd week.

  • General comments: (cont)

    Research Projects:

    Selection of a research topic. A list is provided on the web site. By end of 2nd week select topic.

    Each student will present their project objectives and work plan during the 4th week of the course. The student will by then have identified at least a core paper, which will be used as the basis for the research project.

    Each student will present the review of at least one paper which is core to the chosen research project (6th week) and link to their project work.

    Brief outline of progress (10th week).

    Final presentation of research project (focus on results) 13th week of the semester.

  • Open issues and research

    directions

    , (Open

    research issues and challenges; the network

    group web page contains many links) will be

    highlighted throughout the course.

    http://www.netrl.cs.ucy.ac.cy/http://www.netrl.cs.ucy.ac.cy/

  • Sample list of Research

    Topics:

    General topics of interest

    WLAN, WiMax, Wireless Mesh

    Ad-hoc networks and Sensor

    networks

    VANETS

    UMTS, 4G

    RRMs

    Mobile protocols

    Opportunistic networks

  • Sample list of Research

    Topics: (cont.)

    WLAN resource allocation issues (RRM

    in WLAN)

    IEEE802.11e (service prioritisation,

    investigate video streaming and

    compare with IEEE 802.11g/n)

    WiMAX, Wireless Mesh

    Mobile Social Networks

    IoT, WoT

    LTE

  • Sample list of Research

    Topics: (cont.)

    Sensor and ad-hock networks (simulator

    based or real system evaluation), e.g.

    Congestion control and Controlled performance

    Routing

    Topology control and mobility issues

    Security concerns

    E.g. GINSEG project http://www.ict-

    ginseng.eu and MINDC2 Test-bed based projects can be for a team

    http://www.ict-ginseng.eu/http://www.ict-ginseng.eu/http://www.ict-ginseng.eu/

  • VANETS

    Routing and dissemination in VANETS

    EM-VANETs, see website

    http://www.emvanets.transim.com.cy/

  • Sample list of Research

    Topics: (cont.)

    3rd Generation and beyond Mobile Networks: Performance Evaluation using simulation tools

    (OPNET),

    resource allocation issues for UMTS

    Radio Resource Management mechanisms Research of modifications and additions to mobile

    network RRM mechanisms (power control, handover, admission control) to enable the use of different communication modes (unicast, multicast, broadcast)

    Network Selection mechanisms for 4th Generation networks

    C-CAST project (Context Casting) http://www.ict-ccast.eu/

    IMS

  • Performance Evaluation of congestion control mechanisms in wireless and mobile networks.

    QoS Adaptation in Mobile networks Survey of current trends

    Traffic Engineering in mobile networks using MPLS

    Mobility extensions for MPLS

    LTE

    IoT, WoT

    Other projects within the networking research domain, See http://www.netrl.cs.ucy.ac.cy/

    Sample list of Research Topics: (cont.)

  • ;

    [email protected]

  • Sensors and sensor networks

  • Health care: A typical sensor

    network application

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    Types of Wireless Networks

    Infrastructured Networks Fixed, wired backbone

    Mobiles communicate directly with access points

    Suitable for locations where access points can be placed

    Wired

    Network

    Access Point

    802.11g

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    Types of Wireless Networks

    Infrastructureless Networks (Ad hoc networks) No wired backbone

    All nodes are capable of movement

    All nodes serve as routers (multi-hop routes)

    Reduced administrative cost

    Ease of deployment

  • VANETS

  • 3G: UMTS cellular network

    Node BRNC

    Node B RNC

    UTRAN

    RNS

    RNS

  • 4G

    Node

    B

    RNC

    Node

    B RNC

    UTRAN

    RNSRNS

    WLAN

    WiMax

    Other?