This course comes as a response to the revolutionary developments in mobile technologies worldwide. The Third Generation (3G) Mobile Systems are being deployed and work has started on the standardisation of 4G principles and technologies. The success of the 3G and 4G mobile systems will depend largely on the ability of industry and academia to develop and provide the appropriate applications and infrastructure to the users of the new mobile and wireless world. This is what this course is about!
The course comprises both the basics of mobile technologies and advances in computing, mobile telecommunications, and applications. The course draws upon the successful research expertise of the Computing department backed by the exciting knowledge base of the department of Electronic Imaging and Media Communications and of Electronics and Telecommunications.
This course may also be available for January start (please enquire).
Introduction to mobile computing and technologies; Networks and protocols; Concurrent and distributed computing; Advanced simulation modelling; Research seminars; Mobile protocols design and modelling; Mobile applications; Mobile networks performance modelling; Individual project
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission