This course shall give students an overview on communication systems and receive the basic knowledge to understand those systems.
Course materials and further information are to be found at Opal.
Language of lecture: German
compulsory course, 6th semester
2 2 0 (lecture/seminar/exam)
Course Number: ET-12 10 04
Lecturer: Prof. Fitzek
Paul Baran and the Origins of the Internet
Data Networks by Dimitri P. Bertsekas and Robert G. Gallager
A Mathematical Theory of Communication by C. E. Shannon
Wednesday 11:10 – 12:40: GÖR/127/U
Thursday 11:10 – 12:40: TOE/0317/H
In this lecture the students will learn about the basic principles for communication systems. An important role has the layered communication protocol stack that allows for a global network with large flexibility. The different layers will be introduced and prominent protocols are discussed more in detail. Together with simple programming examples the students should understand the basic approach of communication networks. The lecture will also link the teaching content with ongoing research activities at the chair.
Multi–Hop Connectivity and Bandwidth Calculation of arbitrary Networks: Manual and Paper