Master Degree in "SAFETY ENGINEERING FOR TRANSPORT, LOGISTICS AND PRODUCTION" - Cod.: 10377
"TECHNOLOGIES FOR SAFETY, SECURITY, AND INFOMOBILITY" (cod. 90452), 5 ECTS credits
"TELECOMMUNICATIONS NETWORKS" (cod. 90453), 5 ECTS credits
The lectures are aimed to provide basic knowledge on telecommunications technologies employed to support security, logistic and intelligent transportation systems. In more detail, communication and networking fundamentals will be introduced and in particular, the concept of signals and systems, radio-communications mobile systems, satellite communications networking systems, protocols and wireless networks – usually exploited by modern Intelligent Transportation Systems – will be described from the technological viewpoint.
The course is divided in two modules (shortly "Systems" and "Network"), and more precisely, the course program is about:
"Systems" (Prof. F. Lavagetto) - Introduction to signals and systems; impulse response; filtering; power and energy spectrum; sampling theorem; A/D and D/A conversion with PCM systems; analog and digital signal transmission; FDM and TDM multiplexing; introduction to electromagnetic propagation and wireless communication systems; short range communication: UHF and VHF transmissions; long range communication: cellular coverage, handover concept, frequency allocation, radio resources management, GSM and GPRS radio systems, introduction to radio transmission in 3G, LTE and WiMax systems; introduction to satellite communications.
"Networks" (Prof. I. Bisio) - Structure of telecommunication networks; transmission media; functional structure, definition of protocol, remote system communication; definition of circuit and packet switching; Internet and TCP/IP networks; Internet protocols (top-down approach), TCP, UDP, IP, ARP, DNS, DHCP and ICMP; introduction to Ethernet and 802.3; short range transport support networks: IEEE 802.11; CSMA/CD and CSMA/CA multiple access; long range transport support networks: WiMax (IEEE 802.16); vertical handover with IEEE 802.21; MANET and VANET.
- B. Carlson, “Communications Systems”, McGraw-Hill.
- A. Molisch, "Wireless Communications", Wiley.
- L. J. Ippolito Jr. “Satellite Communications Systems Engineering”, Academic Press-Elsevier.
- D. Munoz, F. Bouchereau, C. Vargas, R. E. Caldera, “Position Location Techniques and Applications”, Academic Press-Elsevier.
- J. Kurose, K. Ross, "Computer Networking - A Top-Down Approach", Pearson.
- W. Stallings, “Data and Computer Communications”, (9th Edition), Prentice Hall-Pearson.
At the end of the lectures the students will acquire the necessary knowledge to assess, design and to monitor the main elements constituting the telecommunications and systems supporting the transportation systems.
The Module of "Telecommunications Networks" (cod. 90453) will begin on March 10th 2020 via e-learning tool (Microsoft TEAMS). Course material and other details are currently managed via AULAWEB.
Prof. Fabio Lavagetto
Prof. Igor Bisio
Now available on AULAWEB.
TECHNOLOGIES FOR SAFETY, SECURITY, AND INFOMOBILITY (cod. 90452), A.Y. 2018/2019:
TELECOMMUNICATIONS NETWORKS (cod. 90453), A.Y. 2018/2019: Scheduled on April 9th, 2019 and June 10th, 2019.
Results of written test of 18.12.2019
The results are available here. Note: Only marks >= 18 can book an oral exam.
Results of written test of 24.01.2020
The results are available here. NOTE: Marks over or equal to 15 are allowed to oral exams that will take place on Friday, February 7 2020. Time and room will be fixed soon and published. A email message will follow" .
Results of written test of 19.02.2020 - "Technologies for safety, security and infomobility"
The results are available here. Note: The oral exam can be booked in case of marks equal or greater than 16