The object of the lecture are basic properties, design methods and technology of the following devices: linear wire antennas, uniformly spaced wire antenna arrays, aperture antennas, mircostrip antennas. During laboratory experiment the single half-wave antenna and antenna array are tested. The characteristic of matching polarization is researched additionaly.
The lecture is concerned with a selected theoretical problems of modern radio communication systems. The problems of propagation, radio transmission and interferences are presented. The most important today`s systems are discussed.
The aim of the course is to introduce students to wireless solutions for radiocommunications systems and networks. During the lectures students are familiarized with the basics of different transmission techniques. Most of the lectures is dedicated to present different aspects of the radio transmission in wireless networks (personal, local and metropolitan). The development of the standards is presented, typical topologies and architectures of the networks. Basic methods of the networks` design, security and coexistence will be presented. New trends and solutions in wireless networks are also discussed.
The aim of the subject is to get students acquainted with advanced antenna design theory, the synthesis thereof as well as optimization methods which result in obtaining optimum antenna parameters and radiation patterns in particular.
The purpose of the lecture is to demonstrate raher than typical communication application of radio waves. Precisely, the scope of the lecture covers radio techniques of localization and identification. Students during the lecture are going to get familiar with techniques of determination position of the terminal on a base of angle, time or difference of the time of arrival of the radio signals from different sources. They are going to get familiar with propagation phenomena causing erroneous results of those techniques, their susceptibility to such phenomena and mechanisms for mitigation of this problem. Moreover, students are going to learn about various RFID techniques, their range, and susceptibility to interferences.
The lecture aims to introduce to the theoretical and practical aspects of advanced radio transmission based on conventional antenna techniques (e.g. Cognitive Radio), multiantenna techniques (e.g. MIMO, distributed antennas) and diversity. Inter-subject problems of the nowadays trends of the new concepts of the physical realization of the advanced devices, which can combine the microwave, optoelectronic and photonic techniques will be presented. As a result the both the professional knowledge connected with advanced method of the wireless transmission and ability of applying the mathematic method for analyzing the parameters of the modern wireless systems will be expected