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Telecommunication Networks: B. Sc. Projects Orientation
© Tallal Elshabrawy 2 Preliminaries What should you gain out of your B.Sc. Project? 1.Learn the METHODOLOGY of doing a project Plan a work schedule & achieve it Being original Defy obstacles on your own Document your work Work in a team 2.Apply the information you study from different courses in one common project. 3.What kind of ENGINEER are you really going to turn out to be?
© Tallal Elshabrawy 3 Preliminaries What types of B.Sc. Projects are out there? Study & Design Practical &Production Research
© Tallal Elshabrawy 4 Preliminaries What types of B.Sc. Projects are out there? Study & Design Practical &Production Research Research: Contribute to the advancement of technology. It is challenging & satisfying to be the first to do something Aiming for a masters degree?
© Tallal Elshabrawy 5 Preliminaries What types of B.Sc. Projects are out there? Study & Design Practical &Production Research Study & Design: Master the understanding of material you study in different courses Develop, design and implement a simulation model
© Tallal Elshabrawy 6 Preliminaries What types of B.Sc. Projects are out there? Study & Design Practical &Production Research Practical & Production: Have an output product/Hardware (not just curves from a MATLAB model) A type of activity you would do possibly in work when you graduate
© Tallal Elshabrawy Integrated Wireless Indoor Planning & Optimization Tool for LTE Networks 7
© Tallal Elshabrawy Mobile Data Tremendous Traffic Growth 8 [Ref] Cisco, “Cisco Visual Networking Index: Global Mobile Data Traffic Forecast Update, 2013–2018”, White Paper Feb.2014 CAGR: Compound Annual Growth Rate 1 Exa Byte = 1 Billion (10 9 ) Giga Byte
© Tallal Elshabrawy Predominant Indoor Data Traffic 9 [Ref] Nokia Siemens, “Improving 4G coverage and capacity indoors and at hotspots with LTE femtocells”, White Paper 2011 Indoor Planning & Optimization a Key Figure in Coping with Indoor Data Traffic Growth Indoor Planning & Optimization a Key Figure in Coping with Indoor Data Traffic Growth
© Tallal Elshabrawy Distributed Antenna System 10
© Tallal Elshabrawy LTE-A Relay 11
© Tallal Elshabrawy Femto Cells 12
© Tallal Elshabrawy Projects: Capacity of DAS & Relay 13 How Many Antennas? Where to Install Them?
© Tallal Elshabrawy Projects Turbo Ray Tracing 14
© Tallal Elshabrawy Image Theory 15
© Tallal Elshabrawy Proposed Turbo Ray tracing 16
© Tallal Elshabrawy 17 Projects: Calibration
© Tallal Elshabrawy Related Work 18
© Tallal Elshabrawy SDR RFID Reader 19
© Tallal Elshabrawy RF IDs 20
© Tallal Elshabrawy RF ID System Example 21
© Tallal Elshabrawy Challenges 22
© Tallal Elshabrawy Frame Slotted ALOHA 23
© Tallal Elshabrawy RFID Communication 24
© Tallal Elshabrawy RFID Collision Constellation 25
© Tallal Elshabrawy RFID Practical Measurements 26
© Tallal Elshabrawy Decoding Collided Slots Reduces Delay 27
© Tallal Elshabrawy Projects: SDR RFID Reader 28
© Tallal Elshabrawy An IoT Framework for Smart Energy Management 29
© Tallal Elshabrawy System Architecture 30
© Tallal Elshabrawy System Block diagram 31
© Tallal Elshabrawy Coexistence of IEEE & WLAN Many IEEE systems will be deployed indoors widely populated by WLAN Networks 12 out of 16 IEEE Channels subject to WiFi interference 32 WiFi Ch. 6WiFi Ch. 1WiFi Ch
© Tallal Elshabrawy Coexistence of IEEE & WLAN CSMA/CA based MAC Protocols Coexistence Modes: Symmetric Asymmetric
© Tallal Elshabrawy Beaconed Mode IEEE CSMA/CA 34 NB=0, CW=2, BE =macMinBE Delay for Random (2 BE -1) Slots Perform CCA (1 st or 2 nd ) CCA Success? CW=CW-1 CW=0? CW=2, NB=NB+1, BE =min(BE+1,macMaxBE) NB> maxNB? Data Packet from Upper Layer Packet Discard Packet Transmission
© Tallal Elshabrawy Beaconed Mode IEEE CSMA/CA 35 T slot
© Tallal Elshabrawy Collision Modeling 36 Interleaving Collision Interference Tolerable Collision Percentage
© Tallal Elshabrawy Project: Simulation Model for IEEE under External Interference 37
© Tallal Elshabrawy Frequency Hopping 38
© Tallal Elshabrawy Test bed Frequency Hopping: Micaz 39
Traffic Modeling. © Tallal Elshabrawy What is Traffic Modeling Statistical Representation of Traffic generated: From Users to Network From Network.
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