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Préorientation - Telecom :Communication and networks - 3PMPOLT1

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  • Number of hours

    • Lectures : 12.0
    • Tutorials : 12.0
    • Laboratory works : 24.0
    ECTS : 3.0

Goals

This course presents an introduction to the area of digital communication techniques and networks.
It gives an overview of the fundamentals of information theory and digital communication techniques.
The objective is also to get students familiar with network concepts.It also teaches a practical use of basic Internet observation tools as well as the mechanisms of Internet & mobile services (e-mail, www, mobile access …).

Contact Ghislaine MAURY

Content

The course is divided in different parts :

  • digital communication techniques : line codes and modulations, digital communication chain elements
  • multiple access techniques, mobile access networks (GSM, UMTS, LTE ...) and WLAN
  • information theory
  • general networking concepts : network architecture, layering, protocols and basic functions
  • network applications: WWW, DNS, e-mail...

Lab sessions :
Observation tools (Wireshark, traceroute…)
Directory services (DNS, whois)
E-mail protocols
Configuring a WWW server with restricted access



Prerequisites

None

Tests

Written exam (Nexam) and report on lab sessions



NF=(1,5 Nexam + Ncr)/2,5

Additional Information

Curriculum->Common courses->Semester 2

Bibliography

Théorie de l'information et du codage. O. Rioul. Hermès, 2007.
Introduction aux communications numériques, Michel Joindot , Alain Glavieux, Dunod, 2007
J. Kurose & K. Ross: Analyse structurée des réseaux, Pearson Education.
A. Tanenbaum, Réseaux : Architecture, protocole, applications, Inter Editions – Collection iia

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