TELECOMUNICAZIONI

1. GENERAL INFORMATION
  • Teacher:                             The course is no longer taught by Prof. Enzo Baccarelli. However, he performs the                                                   pending examinations
  • Degree:                              Bachelor in Management Engineering (BGER2)
  • Credits:                              9 CFU
  • Evaluation method:            Examination
  • Office hours:                      Thursday, h: 12:00-14:00, room no. 201, DIET Department, Via Eudossiana no. 18

2. GOALS OF THE COURSE
The goal is to describe and analyse the basic protocol stacks, functionalities and offered services of the currently emerging wired/wireless communication networks and systems. Packet-switched data networks and Internet are mainly considered as case of study.


3. EXPECTED RESULTS
It is expected that the attending students will acquire the basic notions requested  to understand the performance behaviour of the emerging Internet-oriented packet networks. 


4. MAIN TOPICS OF THE COURSE
  • General architectures and reference models of packet-switched data networks
  • Functionalities and services of the Physical Layer: signal analysis, channel models, data modulation, source/channel coding
  • Functionalities and services of the Data-Link and MAC Layers: Multiplexing, ARQ protocols, LAN architectures and LAN interconnections
  • Functionalities and services of the Network Layer: routing algorithms, routing protocols and related perfomance 
  • Forwarding and routing in IP and ATM networks
  • Functionalities and services of the Transport Layer: basic notions about reliable transport over unreliable networks 
  • UDP and TCP protocols

5. SLIDES FOR STUDENTS
Please, click HERE to download the slides of the course and  the related exercises.


6. UPDATE TIME-TABLE OF THE EXAMINATION TRIALS
Please, check the related web page of the Infostud site for the update dates and classroom numbers planned for the examination trials.

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