UNIK4700 Topic presentation

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UNIK4700 Topic presentation

Course UNIK4700, UNIK9700
Title Details of scenario discussion
Lecture date 2017/09/19 13-16h
presented by Maghsoud Morshedi, Josef Noll
Objective provide details on your scenario
Learning outcomes Having followed the lecture, you have
  • given a presentation of your scenario
  • learned where to set focus
Pensum (read before) prepare a short presentation on the main issues related to your scenario
References (further info)
Keywords Wifi, Radio channel models, BasicInternet

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First: Radio propagation equation (left over from 12Sep2017 Radio_propagation_equation_(A4,B1))
UNIK4700h17 notes (Radio propagation)

Topic presentation 2017

Topics (20 min presentation + 10 min questions/open issues)

  • 19Sep2017 - 1330h: Internet of Things and Cognitive Radio
  • 19Sep2017 - 1400h: 5G security and heterogeinity : Haroon
    • Break 1430-1445h
  • 19Sep2017 - 1445h: Device to device communication challenges and opportunity : Magnus
  • 19Sep2017 - 1515h: Location variability in satellite communication : Hani


  • 26Sep2017 - 1330h: 5G network slicing  : Georgios
  • 26Sep2017 - 1400h: Wireless Machine-to-Machine Communications in Industrial Environments - Stephen Kimogol
  • 26Sep2017 - 1445h Modelling wireless propagation : Maxime
  • 26Sep2017 - 1515h IoT DDoS Attack Detection based on SDN : Ramtin Aryan
  • other presentations? - please add

 PresenterPresentation FileKeywords
Location variability of satellite radioHani Abd Elwahab Saed Ahmed MohammedClick to OpenSatellite communications

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Presentations from earlier years

Assignments UNIK4700h14

Lecture notes 2015: Media:201511_LectureNotes_UNIK4700.pdf

Presentations from 2014

Assignments Part II

Part II assignments

  • * inverse MVNO: the customer owns the access network
  • WLAN system for video communication
  • ... (any other topic which you might find interesting)

for further information, see F1-Future_Networks