Instructor: 
Dr. Martin Haenggi
274 Fitzpatrick
6316103 / haenggi.1@nd.edu

Class Hours: 
MW 01:55  03:10 DeBartolo 125 
Textbook: 
No required text. Course materials and papers will be available. 
Suggested reading: 
depending on background and experience in networking.
 Data Networks (2nd Edition) by Bertsekas/Gallager, PrenticeHall,1992
 An Engineering Approach to Computer Networking by Keshav, AddisonWesley,1997

Computer Networking  a TopDown Approach Featuring the Internet by Kurose/Ross,
AddisonWesley, 2001
 Computer
Networks  a Systems Approach by Peterson/Davie, Morgan Kaufmann, 2000
 Computer Networks (3rd Edition) by Tanenbaum, PrenticeHall,
1996
 Network Calculus
by Le Boudec/Thiran, Springer, 2001
 Wireless Information Networks by Pahlavan/Levesque, Wiley,
1995
 Wireless Communications by Rappaport, PrenticeHall, 1996
 Principles
of Mobile Communications (2nd Edition) by Stüber, Kluwer, 2001

Wireless Communications and Networks by Stallings, PrenticeHall, 2001

Topics covered: 
 review of networking fundamentals (OSI layers, TCP/IP)
 queueing models and theory
 network calculus
(application of minplus algebra to packet networks)
 wireless networks: introduction, characteristics and design philosophy
of existing protocols and technologies such as IEEE 802.11, GSM, IS95, 3G,
Bluetooth.
 topics in ad hoc networking

Projects: 
One presentation and one research project. Topics will depend on the
student's interests. 
Exams: 
Midterm and final exam 
Grading: 
Homework: 10%
Midterm: 15%
Presentation: 15%
Project: 30%
Final: 30% 
Web Pages: 
http://www.nd.edu/~mhaenggi/NET/
WebCT
List of acronyms
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Links
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* contributions are welcome

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