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TDDE48 Mobile Networks (4 ECTS)

Autumn1 2021


Lectures during fall (ht1) 2021:

Given current local restrictions and the size of the rooms that we originally were assigned, we will need to conduct the lectures over zoom.


For the final seminars, we have now been assigned bigger rooms (capacity 72 people) and will (as of 23/8) be able to have your class presentations in person (week 41). Of course, this may come to change later during the term and people with symptoms would still need to present remotely.

August 2021 exam:

The August exam will be done remotely. Preliminary rules for the August exam 2021, will be similar to what is described for a different course here: here.

January 2021 exam:

The January exam will be done remotely. Preliminary rules for the January exam 2021, will be similar to what is described for a different course here: here.
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Course Overview

The figure above provides an overview of the course. In broad terms, the course is split into two parallel and interconnected tracks (first two columns):
  • First column (blue boxes for lectures and exam in red): Eight (nine) lectures (weeks 36-40), including both traditional lecture style and more analytical problem solving lectures. Here, we may also briefly analyze and discuss some of the scenarios from your group meetings.
  • Second column (red milestone deadlines and yellow box for the final seminars): Course project with regular milestones and a final seminar.
  • Right-most margin (white circles): Approximate schedule for PBL group meetings related to this course.
It is important to note that (by design) not all tracks will be synchronized at all times and some students (due to their individual course projects and in which order their PBL group consider different scenarios) may know more than other students about some topics. It is strongly encouraged that you leverage this heterogeneity in your PBL meetings (and project feedback), such as to help each other get as much of the meetings (and projects) as possible. In general, the expectation is that the more diverse projects you pick, the more you will learn as a student group. In the course you will be evaluated based on two components (red and yellow):
  • Exam (TEN 1): Your individually written exam.
  • Project (UPG 1): Your written project reports, your feedback to other groups, the seminar, and your potential summary video.
The projects are done in pairs. The final grade in the course will primarily be based on the exam grade. See examination for details.

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Last updated: 2021-08-23