Telecommunication Systems and Networks


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Collaborative study and preparation of PowerPoint presentation on assigned subject


 2 person teams
minimum 10 pages PowerPoint presentation


 up to 40 points can be scored
project should be presented in class presence, approx. 15 minutes assigned for each presentation
the content of the project as well as the way it is presented are subject to evaluation

presentations schedule:

     Wednesday 14.15-16.00 room 9A

Group 102

              22  of   May     2024
               5    of   June   2024   
Group 101
                8   of    May    2024
              29   of    May  2024   

project teams & presentations schedule

The duration of the presentation is approximately 15 minutes.
The content of the presentation depends mainly on you, but it should include the elements specified in the short description of the topic.
The presentation should be in a popular science form.

Please select a topic and contact me by e-mail -
The application should include:
topic of the project
names of the students carrying out the project proposed
date of presentation
Note, that only two teams can do the same topic. The order of applications decides

Project topics

1.  Satellite navigation systems

Review of existing and planned global and regional satellite navigation systems. Main parameters, system elements and coverage of operation.


2. Cellular telephony networks

Comparison of cellular telephony standards used in different parts of the world.
This comparison should include transmission techniques and used frequency bands. 


3. Internet access

Review of wired and wireless technologies allowing access to the Internet.
Architectures, main parameters and usage costs comparison.


4. Low-Power Wide Area Networks (LP WAN)t

Types of LP WAN Systems ((LoRa, SigfoWightless SIG,...). Main parameters, architectures, area of use.


5. RFID technology

Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID). Description of RFID technology. Architecture, elements of the system, protocols, range of use and typical applications.

6. Small and medium range transmission systems in IoT

What kind of small and medium range transmission systems are used in IoT. Basic parameters of these systems and the area of their application. 


7. NFC technology

Near-field  communication (NFC). Description of NFC technology. Elements of the system, protocols, range of use and typical applications.


8. Sensor networks

Description of the of the sensor network (WSN) idea. WSN architectures, system elements, protocols and applications.


9. Smart home

A smart home is a home that incorporates advanced automation systems to provide sophisticated monitoring and control over the building's functions. Description of the monitoring and control systems which can be used  in smart home. Exemplary solutions architectures.


10. VSAT networks

System description, ground and space segment elements. VSAT network topologies, areas of use and applications.


11. Cognitive  radio (CR)
Cognitive radio (CR) is a form of wireless communication in which a transceiver can intelligently detect which communication channels are in use and which are not, and instantly move into vacant channels while avoiding occupied ones.

The basic concept of Cognitive Radio. Full cognitive radio and spectrum-sensing cognitive radio description. Cognitive radio applications.

12. Your proposition
     (must  be accepted)

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