Communications Networking and Traffic Management for Autonomous Mobile Systems

Description: (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 232D.) Lecture, four hours; outside study, eight hours. Requisite: course 131A or equivalent. Analysis, design, and traffic management of autonomous mobile systems. Telecommunication networks, mobile wireless networks, and multiple-access communication systems. Networking architectures, multiple-access communications under adaptive quality-of-service metrics. Switching, routing, networking protocols, and Internet. Autonomous mobile networked systems. Cellular wireless networks, WiFi mesh networks, peer-to-peer mobile ad hoc wireless networks. Autonomous transportation networked systems. Traffic management architectures in support of self-driving cars. Smart grid networks. Adaptive multimedia streaming over mobile wireless networks. Embedded sensor networks. Energy and pollution aware sustainable networking. Security mechanisms. Letter grading.

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