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Module details on 'Networking and Multimedia Lab - Networking and Multimedia Lab'

CategoryNetworking & Communication
LecturerProf. Dr. Wolf, Lars (Braunschweig)
Module Exam ID3071
Weekly Composition2P
Required Hours of Work (presence / self-study)125 (28/97)
SemesterSummer and Winter
Teaching Methodspractical exercises, group work, presentation
Module DescriptionIn this practical course hands-on lab exercises in advanced areas of mobile communications will be offered. Additionally, students have to design, implement, test, evaluate, and finally demonstrate some applications for real-world needs.
Module OutcomesOn completion of this module, the students have learned how to apply their theoretical foundations from the area of multimedia systems, computer networking and mobile communication to real-life applications. Typical tasks for the students are to design, implement, evaluated, and demonstrate some small applications, e.g., Apps for Android devices. Therefore, students are able to assess the requirements of real-life applications, the involved risks and how to mitigate those risks. The lab enables the students to accomplish a full development cycle from the idea, to the design, to the implementation and testing of a real-life application.
Recommended LiteratureNot bounded to a specific textbook, as the topic maybe adjusted according to the latest technology trend. Some general readings which could be useful are books on computer networking and mobile communication, e.g.: - Andrew S. Tanenbaum: Computer Networks, Pearson Education International - James F. Kurose, Keith W. Ross: computer networking, A Top-Down Approach Featuring the Internet, Addison Wesley - J. Schiller: Mobile Communications, Addison-Wesley
PrerequisitesGood understanding of computer networks in general and mobile&wireless communication in particular is expected, e.g. as taught in courses like computer networks I and II (at TUBS) and further courses such as 3.05 "Foundations of Mobile Communications" .
ExamWritten Report and Oral Presentation (25 min)
CommentsBeing a practical lab course with equipment needs, support for students can be provided on-site in Braunschweig only. This also applies to the demonstrations and presentations which must be given by students. Other work can be done abroad.

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