DB004308-毫米波无线通信

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研究生课程开设申请表

开课院(系、所):信息科学与工程学院       

课程申请开设类型:新开     重开□     更名□请在内打勾,下同

课程

名称

中文

毫米波无线通信

英文

Millimeter-Wave Wireless Communications

待分配课程编号

DB004308

课程适用学位级别

博士

硕士


总学时

40

课内学时

40

学分

2

实践环节


用机小时


课程类别

公共基础     专业基础     专业必修     专业选修

开课院()

信息学院

开课学期

秋季

考核方式

A. 笔试( 开卷   闭卷)      B. 口试    

C. 笔试与口试结合                 D.其他专题报告+ 发表文章

课程负责人

教师

姓名

王海明

职称

教授

e-mail

hmwang@seu.edu.cn

网页地址


授课语言

课件地址


适用学科范围

电子科学与技术

所属一级学科名称

电子科学与技术

实验(案例)个数


先修课程


教学用书

教材名称

教材编者

出版社

出版年月

版次

主要教材






主要参考书

Millimeter-Wave Wireless Communications

Theodore S. Rappaport

Robert W. Heath Jr.

Robert C. Daniels

James N. Murdock

Prentice Hall

2015

1st












一、课程介绍(含教学目标、教学要求等)(300字以内)

本课程教学内容主要取材于国外知名无线通信专家撰写的毫米波无线通信的专著,目的在于使学生了解毫米波无线通信系统的基础理论,了解微波毫米波技术在无线通信系统中的应用和新型无线系统对微波毫米波技术的需求,能灵活应用所学的知识解决相关的实际工程问题,在微波毫米波技术向通信系统应用方面培养一定的独立科研工作能力和创新能力

本课程采取教师讲课、学生专题研究实践和作报告相结合的方式组织教学。

二、教学大纲(含章节目录):(可附页)

  1. 概述

    1. 毫米波无线通信概述

    2. 毫米波无线通信应用

  1. 无线通信背景

    1. 复基带信号表述

    2. 数字调制

    3. 均衡

    4. 纠错编码

    5. 估计与同步

    6. 多输入多输出(MIMO)通信

  2. 毫米波电波传播

    1. 大尺度传播信道效应

    2. 小尺度信道效应

    3. 多径和波束合并的空时特性

    4. 角度扩展与多径到达角

    5. 室外信道模型

    6. 室内信道模型

  3. 应用于毫米波无线通信的天线与阵列

    1. 片上与封装天线基础

    2. 片上天线

    3. 封装天线

    4. 毫米波宽带天线与阵列

    5. 自适应天线阵列


  1. 毫米波射频与模拟器件与电路

    1. S参数、Z参数、Y参数和ABCD参数

    2. 传输线与无源器件

    3. 毫米波无线电系统的灵敏度和链路预算分析

    4. 毫米波模拟器件的重要度量

    5. 毫米波元器件

  2. 超高速数字基带电路

    1. 模数变换器和数模变换器的采样与变换

    2. 模数变换器电路中的比较器

    3. 模数变换器设计的目的和挑战

    4. 数模变换器

  3. 毫米波物理层设计与算法

    1. 实际收发器

    2. 高吞吐物理层

    3. 低复杂度和高效率的物理层

    4. 物理层的未来考虑

  4. 毫米波无线通信系统标准化

    1. 60GHz45GHz频谱规则

    2. IEEE 802.11ad

    3. IEEE 802.11aj

    4. 5G毫米波通信标准化进展






三、教学周历

周次

教学内容

教学方式

 1

毫米波无线通信概述与无线通信背景

上课

 2

毫米波电波传播测量与信道建模

上课

 3

应用于毫米波无线通信的天线与阵列

上课

 4

毫米波射频与模拟器件与电路

上课

 5

超高速数字基带电路

上课

 6

毫米波物理层设计与算法

上课

 7

毫米波无线通信系统标准化

上课

 8


自修与课堂研讨

 9


自修与课堂研讨

 10


自修与课堂研讨

 11


自修与课堂研讨

 12


自修与课堂研讨

 13


自修与课堂研讨

 14


自修与课堂研讨

 15


自修与课堂研讨

 16


自修与课堂研讨

 17


自修与课堂研讨

 18

复习


四、主讲教师简介

王海明:男,19755月生。现任教授,博士生导师。1999年于东南大学获电子信息工程专业工学学士学位,2002年于东南大学获电磁场与微波技术专业工学硕士学位,2009年于东南大学获通信与信息系统专业工学博士学位。20024月起,任职于东南大学信息科学与工程学院以及毫米波国家重点实验室。

承担包括国家科技重大专项、国家973计划、国家863计划、国家自然科学基金等20多项科研项目。在IEEE TAP/AWPL/JSACIET COMWiley IJSCNIEICE TC/TF等学术期刊以及IEEE ICC/APS等国际学术会议发表主撰/合撰论文50多篇。已申请国内和国际发明专利50多件,已获授权30件。200813月,曾在瑞典Blekinge Institute of Technology (BTH)访问讲学。

 2012年起,担任国际标准组织IEEE 802.11aj工作组副主席。现任IEEE TAP/TC/TWC/SPL/CL/TIMIET COMNature子刊等国内外学术期刊的特约审稿人,IEEE ICCT 2011IEEE IWS 2013IEEE VTC 2016分组主席等国际学术会议的技术委员会成员。

 2008年,获江苏省科技进步奖一等奖(第3名)。2016年,获江苏省“六大人才高峰”高层次人才称号。


五、任课教师信息(包括主讲教师):

任课
教师

学科
(专业)

办公
电话

住宅
电话

手机

电子邮件

通讯地址

邮政

编码

王海明

电磁场与微波技术




hmwang@seu.edu.cn

南京市江宁区秣周东路9A3号楼3301

211111




Application Form For Opening Graduate Courses

 School (Department/Institute)School of Information Science and Engineering

Course Type: New Open    Reopen    Rename Please tick in, the same below

Course Name

Chinese

毫米波无线通信

English

Millimeter-Wave Wireless Communications

Course Number

B

Type of Degree  

Ph. D

Master


Total Credit Hours

40

In Class Credit Hours

40

Credit

2  

Practice


Computer-using Hours


Course Type

□Public FundamentalMajor FundamentalMajor CompulsoryMajor Elective

School (Department)

Dept. of Radio Engr.

Term


Examination

A.PaperOpen-book Closed-book)   B.Oral    

C.Paper-oral Combination                       D.  Others  report and paper        

Chief

Lecturer

Name

Haiming Wang

Professional Title

Professor  

E-mail

hmwang@seu.edu.cn

Website


Teaching Language used in Course

Chinese

Teaching Material Website


 Applicable Range of Discipline

Electronics Science and Technology

Name of First-Class Discipline

Electronics Science and Technology

Number of Experiment


Preliminary Courses


Teaching Books

Textbook Title

Author

Publisher

Year of Publication

Edition Number

Main Textbook






Main Reference Books

Millimeter-Wave Wireless Communications

Theodore S. Rappaport

Robert W. Heath Jr.

Robert C. Daniels

James N. Murdock

Prentice Hall

2015

1st













  1. Course Introduction (including teaching goals and requirements) within 300 words:

 The course contents are from the monograph written by famous scholars over the world, the aim is to make students understand the basic theory of millimeter-wave wireless communication systems, know the application of microwave/millimeter wave techniques in wireless system, and the requirement of new wireless system to microwave/millimeter wave techniques. So the students can solve the practical problems in engineering by using what they have studied.

 According to the different requirements from various research areas of microwave and millimeter wave systems with applications, the supervisor selects the topics of the course, recommends the reading materials, and designs the schedule for individual student. The course is run as an assembly of teaching, and read, practice and report by student whomself.

The student’s reports to the supervisor and/or the lecturer; and the paper published on any journal or conference are required for honoring the credit.


  1. Teaching Syllabus (including the content of chapters and sections. A sheet can be attached):


  1. Introduction

    1. Introduction to mmWave Wireless Communications

    2. Emerging Applications of mmWave Wireless Communications

  2. Wireless Communication Background

    1. Complex Baseband Representation

    2. Digital Modulation

    3. Equalization

    4. Error Control Coding

    5. Estimation and Synchronization

    6. Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) Communication

  3. Radio Wave Propagation for mmWave

    1. Large-Scale Propagation Channel Effects

    2. Small-Scale Channel Effects

    3. Spatial Characterization of Multipath and Beam Combining

    4. Angle Spread and Multipath Angle of Arrival

    5. Outdoor Channel Models

    6. Indoor Channel Models

  4. Antennas and Arrays for mmWave Applications

    1. Fundamentals of On-Chip and In-Package mmWave Antennas

    2. On-Chip Antennas

    3. In-Package Antennas

    4. Wideband mmWave Antennas and Arrays

    5. Adaptive Antenna Array for mmWave Wireless

  5. mmWave RF and Analog Devices and Circuits

    1. S-Parameters, Z-Parameters, Y-Parameters, and ABCD-Parameters

    2. Transmission Lines and Passives

    3. Sensitivity and Link Budget Analysis for MmWave Radios

    4. Important Metrics for Analog MmWave Devices

    5. Analog MmWave Components

  6. Ultra-High Speed Digital Baseband Circuits

    1. Sampling and Conversion for ADCs and DACs

    2. Basic Analog-to-Digital Conversion Circuitry

    3. Goals and Challenges in ADC Design

    4. Digital-to-Analog Converters (DACs)

  7. MmWave Design and Applications

    1. Practical Transceivers

    2. High-Throughput PHYs

    3. PHYs for Low Complexity, High Effciency

    4. Future PHY Considerations

  8. Standardization Activities for mmWave Wireless Communications

    1. Spectrum Regulation for 60 GHz and 45 GHz Bands

    2. IEEE 802.11ad

    3. IEEE 802.11aj

    4. Standardization Progress of 5G mmWave Communications



  1. Teaching Schedule:

Week

Course Contents

Teaching Method

1

Introduction

Lecture

2

Wireless Communication Background

Lecture

3

Radio Wave Propagation for mmWave

Lecture

4

Antennas and Arrays for mmWave Applications

Lecture

5

mmWave RF and Analog Devices and Circuits

Lecture

6

Ultra-High Speed Digital Baseband Circuits

Lecture

7

MmWave Design and Applications

Lecture

8

Standardization Activities for mmWave Wireless Communications

Lecture

9


Self-study and Discussion

10


Self-study and Discussion

11


Self-study and Discussion

12


Self-study and Discussion

13


Self-study and Discussion

14


Self-study and Discussion

15


Self-study and Discussion

16


Self-study and Discussion

17


Self-study and Discussion

18



 Note: 1.Above one, two, and three items are used as teaching Syllabus in Chinese and announced on the Chinese website of Graduate School. The four and five items are preserved in Graduate School.

 2. Course terms: Spring, Autumn , and Spring-Autumn term.   

 3. The teaching languages for courses: Chinese, English or Chinese-English.  

 4. Applicable range of discipline: public, first-class discipline, second-class discipline, and third-class discipline.  

 5. Practice includes: experiment, investigation, research report, etc.  

 6. Teaching methods: lecture, seminar, practice, etc.  

 7. Examination for degree courses must be in paper.  

 8. Teaching material websites are those which have already been announced.  

 9. Brief introduction of chief lecturer should include: personal information (date of birth, gender, degree achieved, professional title), research direction, teaching and research achievements. (within 100-500 words)  


  1. Brief Introduction of Chief lecturer:

Haiming Wang was born in May 1975. He received the B.Eng., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering from Southeast University, Nanjing, China, in 1999, 2002, and 2009, respectively. Since 2002, he has been with the State Key Laboratory of Millimeter Waves and the School of Information Science and Engineering, Southeast University, China. And he is currently a professor. In 2008, he was a Visiting Scholar with the Blekinge Institute of Technology (BTH), Sweden.

 He now teaches two courses for undergraduates: Computer Organization & Architecture and DSP Implementation Oriented Synthesis Course. He teached Digital System Design for undergraduate and graduate students in BTH, Sweden.

 He has authored and co-authored over 50 technical publications in IEEE Trans. Antennas Propag., IEEE Antennas Wireless Propag. Lett., IET Commun., and other international academic journals. He has authored and co-authored over more than 50 patents and 21 patents have been granted. He received the first-class Science and Technology Progress Award of Jiangsu Province of China in 2009. His current research interests include millimeter-wave wireless mobile communications, millimeter-wave radar and imaging, radio propagation measurement and channel modelling, multi-band and wideband antenna and array.

 Dr. Wang is currently serves as the vice chair of IEEE 802.11aj Task Group and the reviewer of IEEE TAP/AWPL/JSAC/TWC/TIM/CL/SPL, IET Commun., and other academic journals. He served as the TPC member or the session chair of IEEE ICCT 2011, IEEE IWS 2013, IEEE VTC 2016, and other international conferences.


  1. Lecturer Information (include chief lecturer)


Lecturer

Discipline

(major)

Office

Phone Number

Home Phone Number

Mobile Phone Number

Email

Address

Postcode

Haiming Wang

Electronics Science and Technology




hmwang@seu.edu.cn

Mozhou East Road 9, Bldg. A3, Rm. 3301

 211111


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