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Smart Communication Systems

Modul: Autonomous Communication (MINF-KT-AC.W07, Master)
Semester: Wintersemester 2009/2010
Art: PJ (6 SWS / 6 LP)
LV-Nr.: 0435 L 743
Veranstalter: Sivrikaya
Zeit: Mittwoch, 14 - 16 Uhr, ab 14.10.2009
Raum: TEL 1118/19

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Different aspects of communication systems will be considered in this project course. Students are free to choose among different topics of interest, some of which are outlined below. All project reports are expected to be in English, and may be extended later on for Diplomarbeit / Master thesis work. Where appropriate, and with prior approval, students may also obtain seminar credits (SE Autonomous Communications) for the research and reporting part involved in these development projects.

  • Semantic networking experimentation: Students will have the opportunity to research and experiment with open switch and router systems, such as OpenFlow (http://www.openflowswitch.org) or OpenWRT (http://openwrt.org). After some theoretical study and assessment report, students will be given access to actual hardware platforms and a specific task to implement.
  • Mobile application/protocol development: Students will have the opportunity to gain experience on the Android platform (http://www.android.com/about), which provides an operating system, middleware and key mobile applications for mobile handsets, such as G1. Specific tasks may involve the implementation of network measurement and monitoring tools, a generic IP gateway or proxy functionality, or mesh/ad-hoc networking protocols on Android phones. Actual hardware will be provided to students for the implementation.
  • Network simulation study: Students will have the opportunity to self-learn the basics of network simulation with OPNET Modeler (http://www.opnet.com). They will then be given specific tasks to implement in OPNET and obtain simulation results.

Please feel free to get in touch in advance to discuss these or additional topics you may wish to investigate.

Voraussichtlicher Veranstaltungskalender

Termin Thema
14.10 First meeting, introduction and outlook to the semester
26.10 Finalizing the project topics
09.11 Report on the background study and status for next steps
25.11 Milestone 1 - First functional implementation with mock objects
22.12 Milestone 2 - Final implementation & project report


Ahmet Cihat Toker

Fikret Sivrikaya