|Telecommunications Lecture Notes|
|ECSE-4670: Computer Communications Networks|
Shiv Kalyanaraman, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
This course studies core problems such as framing, error recovery, multiple-access, flow control, congestion control, routing and end-to-end reliability. The concepts are covered using a top-down approach as proposed in the textbook. The concepts are organized into a set of abstract layers and get a firm understanding of the data-link, network and transport layers. There is also an introduction to useful mathematical tools like probability, statistics and queuing theory, with a focus on how these tools are applied in quantitative modeling and analysis of networks.
Bhaskaran Raman, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur
This course on wireless networking has lecture notes detailing PAN, LAN, WAN, Sensor Networks, RFIDs, issues with wireless, including multi-access, mobility, low-power, security, and more. These lecture notes are at an advanced level.
|Communications Systems and Technology|
R. Victor Jones, Harvard University
The topics of these course notes include: The Evolution of Communication Concepts, Quantification and Representation of Information: Introduction, Spectral Analysis, Wire Technologies, Wireless Technologies, Radio, The Representation and Communication of Auditory and Visual Information, Optical Fiber Technology, and several other advanced topics. These are very thorough lecture notes.
|D51: Basic Communications and Networks|
Saleem N. Bhatti, University College London
This course covers an Introduction and Overview of Communication Systems. The lecture notes are for Data Communication Networks and Distributed Systems. Learn about communication techniques, channels, broadband ISDN, and high speed networks.
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