Welcome to this website on the fundamentals of Wireless Communication. The contents are arranged according to subject:
This web site has been created by Jean-Paul Linnartz.
The tutorial on wireless communication systems, as presented on this web site is now available as open source. Previously, the contents have been developed for lectures and short various courses, mostly in the period 1995-2001. I apologize for some material that may have become a bit outdated in this rapidly developing field. Nonetheless I hope that the material can be useful for your studies. I would greatly appreciate it if you can personally help me in updating and extending this web site. In particular, I encourage PhD students to submit portions of their introductory, overview chapters and literature surveys for inclusion as new web pages. All copyrights reside with the respective authors of the pages.
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educational tools and exercises.
Have a look at the wireless communication quizzes or the radio link design exercise.
The glossary helps you to rapidly acquire the buzz words of this field.
See an animated SMIL overview or a word of welcome plus a selection of audio fragments from interviews featured.
Playlists provide a selection of longer audio clips, talks and interviews.
Disclaimer: Executable software programs
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