UB - University at Buffalo, The State University of New York Computer Science and Engineering

CSE 646: Wireless Networking & Mobile Computing

Wireless Networking & Mobile Computing

In Part I, we will discuss issues in point-to-point communication where the communicating devices are directly connected. In Part II, we assume that the communicating devices may or may not be directly connected and are part of a network of devices. We will discuss architectural issues in this context, as well as issues pertaining to routing data, congestion control, communication protocols involved, etc. In Part III, we assume that application programs running on various devices are communicating among themselves. Protocol design and architectural issues will be the primary focus of this part. (Offered irregularly.)

None presently available.

Ph.D.:

None.

M.S.:

This course does not fulfill core area (depth) or core course (breadth) requirements.

None presently required.

Course Instances
Semester Section Title Instructor Credit Hours Enrolled
Spring 2015 LEC Wireless Ntwkg & Mob Comp Dr. Murat Demirbas 3 14/36
Spring 2014 LEC Wireless Ntwkg & Mob Comp Dr. Murat Demirbas 3 13/50
Spring 2013 LEC Wireless Ntwkg & Mob Comp Dr. Murat Demirbas 3 11/40
Fall 2011 LEC Wireless Ntwkg & Mob Comp Dr. Murat Demirbas 3 19/30
Fall 2010 LEC Wireless Ntwkg & Mob Comp Dr. Murat Demirbas 3 16/30
Fall 2009 LEC Wireless Ntwkg & Mob Comp Dr. Murat Demirbas 3 13/30
Fall 2008 LEC Wireless Ntwkg & Mob Comp Dr. Murat Demirbas 3 8/25
Spring 2008 LEC Wireless Ntwkg & Mob Comp Dr. Murat Demirbas 3 19/30
Fall 2006 LEC Wireless Ntwkg & Mob Comp Dr. Murat Demirbas 3 11/30
Fall 2005 LEC Wireless Ntwkg & Mob Comp Dr. Murat Demirbas 3 8/30
Spring 2005 LEC Wireless Ntwkg & Mob Comp Staff 3 11/30
Fall 2003 LEC Computer Networks Staff 3 24/30
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