Every student interested in this lecture is welcome to join.
In this lecture, the fundamental methods for modelling and simulation of mobile radio systems are imparted. Based on this, knowledge in the field of statistical methods for the generation of random numbers and random processes as well as in the field of the description of radio channel and user behaviour especially important for mobile radio systems will be built.
Monte Carlo simulation and generation of random numbers
Methods for modelling and simulation
Simulation of transmit and receive systems
Modelling of mobile radio channels
An English version of the script is currently in progress.
Lecture notes are available on stud.IP. The password will be announced in the first lecture.
Computational Experiments (ET-NT-010)
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The Lecture Modelling and Simulation of Mobile Radio Systems ( 2424032 ) is unlocked on StudIP. Every person interested in this lecture is welcome to join. Further information related to dates and etc. will be published on Stud.IP.
Due to the situation (Covid-19) the lecture will be held virtually. How this lecture will be taking place, will be published here as soon as possible.
Examination type: oral
Examination dates: 19th August, 16th September and 7th October 2020
Time: to be announced 2-3 days before the examination by e-mail
Location: to be announced
Consultation hour (questions about exam): by agreement with
Information about exam:
All students have to bring along their student ID and a valid photo identification.
For the examination, students are requested to register either by phone or e-mail to Petra Beyer but no later than 1 week before the exam date. The following information is necessary: name, first name, matriculation no., course of study, semester, e-mail address.
In case you need to cancel your registration, please inform Petra Beyer. Please sign off no later than 5 days before the requested exam date. Do not forget to sign in/off at your university department (faculty) as well.