6th sem Mobile Computing Diploma in Computer Science

Courtly:dte board
Govt. of Karnataka, Department of Technical Education
Diploma in Computer Science
Sixth    Semester

Subject: Mobile Computing


Contact Hrs / week: 4                                         Total hrs: 64

Table of Contents
           
SN
Topic
Hours
Marks
1
 Introduction
6
15
2.
Mobile Computing Architecture
6
15
3.
Mobile computing through telephony
2
5
4.
Emerging Technologies
4
10
5.
Global Systems for Mobile Communications (GSM)
4
10
6.
Short Message Service
(SMS)
4
10
7.
General Packet Radio Service (GPRS)
4
10
8.
Wireless Application Protocol
6
15
9.
CDMA & 3G
6
15
10.
Wireless LAN
8
20
11.
Intelligent Networks & Internet Working
2
5
12.
Next Generation Networks
4
10
13.
Seminars, Guest Lectures & other Industry Innovations
5
0
14.
Tests
3
0

Total
64
140 + 5 Objectives








Detailed Contents

1


Introduction

1.1

Mobility of Bits & Bytes


1.1.1
The Convergence leading to ICT

1.2

Wireless- The Beginning


1.2.1
Evolution of Wireless Networks


1.2.2
Evolution of Wireless Data


1.2.3
Evolution of Wireless LAN


1.2.4
Evolution of Wireless PAN

1.3

 Mobile Computing


1.3.1
Mobile Computing Functions


1.3.2
Mobile Computing Devices

1.4

Dialog Control

1.5

Networks


1.5.1
Wireline Network


1.5.2
Wireless Networks


1.5.3
Ad hoc Networks


1.5.4
Bearers

1.6

Middleware & Gateways


1.6.1
Communication Middleware


1.6.2
Transaction processing Middleware


1.6.3
Behaviour Management Middleware


1.6.4
Communication Behaviour

1.7

Applications And Services(Contents)

1.8

Developing Mobile computing Applications


1.8.1
New Mobile Applications


1.8.2
Making Legacy Application Mobile

1.9

Security Mobile Computing

1.10

Standards- Why are they necessary?


1.10.1
Who makes the standards?

1.11

Standard Bodies

1.12

Players in the Wireless Space




2


Mobile Computing Architecture

2.1

History Of Computers & Internet

2.2

Internet- The Ubiquitous Network

2.3

Architecture for Mobile Computing

2.4

3-Tier Architecture


2.4.1
Presentation (Tier-1)


2.4.2
Application (Tier-2)


2.4.3
Data (Tier-3)

2.5

Design Consideration for Mobile Computing(Page 41 only)


2.5.1
Client Context manager (Page 42-43 only)


2.5.2
Context Aware Systems

2.6

Mobile Computing Through Internet

2.7

Making Existing Applications Mobile Enabled




3


Mobile Computing Through Telephony

3.1

Evolution Of Telephony

3.2

Multiple Access Procedures


3.2.1
FDMA


3.2.2
TDMA variants


3.2.3
CDMA


3.2.4
SDMA

3.3

Satellite Communication Systems


3.3.1
Communicating Through Satellite


3.3.2
Low Orbit Satellite


3.3.3
Medium Orbit satellite


3.3.4
Geo Stationary Satellite


3.3.5
Satellite Phones

3.4

Mobile Computing through Telephone (Page No. 66 to 68 only)

3.5

Computer Supported Telecommunications Applications




4


Emerging Technologies

4.1

Introduction

4.2

Blue-Tooth


4.2.1
Blue-tooth Protocol


4.2.2
Blue-Tooth Protocol Stack


4.2.3
Blue-Tooth Security


4.2.4
Blue-Tooth Application Models

4.3

Radio-Frequency Identification(RFID)


4.3.1
Areas of Applications for RFID

4.4

Wireless Broadband (Page no 91 to 93 only)


4.4.1
Broadband Applications

4.5

Mobile IP


4.5.1
How does Mobile IP work?




5


Global System For Mobile Communications (GSM)

5.1

Introduction

5.2

GSM Architecture

5.3

GSM Entities (Page No. 119 & 120—Basics only)




6


Short Message Service (SMS)

6.1

Mobile Computing Over SMS

6.2

Short Message Service


6.2.1
Strength of SMS


6.2.2
SMS Architecture

6.3

Value Added Services Through SMS


6.3.1
VAS Examples








7


General Packet Radio Service (GPRS)

7.1

Introduction

7.2

GPRS Packet Data Network


7.2.1
Capacity & Other End User Aspects


7.2.2
Quality of Service (QoS)


7.2.3
Integral part of the future 3G Systems

7.3

GPRS Network Architecture


7.3.1
GPRS Network Enhancements

7.4

Applications for GPRS


7.4.1
Generic Applications


7.4.2
GPRS Specific Application

7.5

Limitations of GPRS

7.6

Billing & Charging in GPRS


7.6.1
Tariffing


7.6.2
Billing




8


Wireless Application Protocol (WAP)

8.1

Introduction


8.1.1
Evolution of Wireless Data and WAP


8.1.2
Networks for WAP

8.2

WAP


8.2.1
WAP Application Environment (WAE)


8.2.2
User Agent


8.2.3
User Agent Profile


8.2.4
Wireless Mark-up Language (WML)


8.2.5
WML Script


8.2.6
Wireless Telephony Application (WTA, WTAI)


8.2.7
WAP Push Architecture


8.2.8
The Push Frame Work


8.2.9
Wireless Session Protocol (WSP)


8.2.10
Wireless Transaction Protocol (WTP)


8.2.11
Wireless Transport Layer Security (WTLS)


8.2.12
Wireless Data Protocol (WDS)


8.2.13
WAP gateway

8.3

MMS


8.3.1
MMS Architecture


8.3.2
MMS Transaction Flows


8.3.3
SMIL (Synchronised Multimedia Integration Language)


8.3.4
MMS Interconnection, Inter Operability and roaming


8.3.5
MMS Device Management and Configuration

8.4

GPRS Applications


8.4.1
Digital Rights Management


8.4.2
OMA Digital Rights Management




9


CDMA and 3G

9.1

Introduction


9.1.1
How it started

9.2

Spread Spectrum Technology (upto Page 220)

9.3

CDMA Vs GSM

9.4

Wireless Data


9.4.1
Short Message Service (SMS)

9.5

Third Generation Networks


9.5.1
International Mobile Telecommunications - 2000


9.5.2
CDMA – 2000


9.5.3
UMTS / WCDMA


9.5.4
Fixed Wireless

9.6

Applications on 3G


9.6.1
3G Specific Applications




10


Wireless LAN

10.1

Introduction

10.2

Wireless LAN Advantages


10.2.1
Wireless LAN Evolution


10.2.2
Wireless LAN Applications

10.3

Mobile Adhoc networks and Sensor Networks


10.3.1
Wireless Sensor Networks

10.4

Wireless LAN Security


10.4.1
Limiting RF Transmission


10.4.2
Service Set Identifier (SSID)


10.4.3
MAC Address Access Control


10.4.4
Authentication Modes


10.4.5
WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy)


10.4.6
Possible Attacks

10.5

Wireless Local Loop


10.5.1
WLL Architecture

10.6

Hiper LAN

10.7

WiFi Versus 3G




11


Intelligent Networks and Interworking

11.1

Introduction

11.2

Fundamentals of Call Processing

11.3

Intelligence in the networks


11.3.1
Standards for Intelligent Networks




12


Next Generation Networks

12.1

All In One – The Converged Scenario


12.1.1
Convergence of Voice and Data


12.1.2
Convergence Wireline and Wireless


12.1.3
Convergence of Circuit Switching and Packet Switching


12.1.4
Convergence of IT and CT


12.1.5
Convergence of OSS and DSS

12.2

Narrow band to Broadband


12.2.1
DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) Broadband Networks


12.2.2
WiMAX Broadband Wireless Networks


12.2.3
High Speed Broadband Cellular Networks


12.2.4
WiBro

12.3

All IP and B3G Network

12.4

OFDM (Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing)

12.5

FAMA / DAMA

12.6

Multi Protocol Label  Switching (MPLS)

12.7

Wireless Asynchronous Mode

12.8

Multimedia Broadcast Services


12.8.1
Digital Audio Broadcast (DAB)


12.8.2
Digital Video Broadcast


12.8.3
IP TV


12.8.4
Internet TV

12.9

Multiple Play


12.9.1
Triple Play


12.9.2
Quadruple Play

12.10

Future trends


12.10.1
3GPP Long Term Evolution


12.10.2
iBurst

            Text Book:
            1.  Mobile Computing Technology,Applications & service creation----  Asoke K Talukder, Hasan Ahmed, Roopa R Yavagal   - Tata Mc Graw Hill  ISBN: 139780070144576, ISBN: 100070144575

            Reference Books:

1. Wireless & Mobile Networks Concepts & Protocols  --- Dr. Sunilkumar S Manvi & Mahabaleshwar S Kakkasageri  ----Wiley Publish ISBN: 9788126520695

            2.  Mobile Communications  2nd edition --- Jochen Schiller , pearson publish,   ISBN: 9788177582635
                       
General Objectives
  1. To learn Mobile Computing Principles and Architecture
  2. To understand Mobility Management, GSM, and GPRS networks
  3. To know Short Message Service (SMS) technology, GPRS, WAP, CDMA, 3G
  4. Understand Wireless LAN, WiFi, and WLL (Wireless Local Loop) Architecture
  5. Learn Bluetooth, RFID, and Satellite Communications.
  6. To Know Next Generation Networks (NGN)

Specific Objectives
           
1
Introduction

Know the various definitions and significance of terms and technologies

Understand the concept of How Mobile Computing help business to use information

Discuss mobile computing functions and devices

Discuss the various types of networks used in mobile computing

Learn the Application Services

Understand the role of different standard bodies


2
Mobile Computing Architecture

Learn the general architecture of mobile computing

Briefly discuss various types of middle ware, their functions, roles

Briefly discuss client context manager and context aware systems


3
Mobile Computing Through Telephony

Learn the concepts behind telephony system

Understand how to access information using telephone as a client device

Learn how communication is established through satellites


4
Emerging Technologies

Learn the technolgies related to  mobile computing : Bluetooh, RFID, WiMAX,

Study basic concepts of how Mobile IP works


5
Global System For Mobile Communications (GSM)

Learn the basic concepts of Cellular Networks

Describe in brief GSM Architecture


6
Short Message Service (SMS)

Describe  SMS Architecture

Learn value Added Services through SMS


7
General Packet Radio Service (GPRS)

Understand the GPRS Architecture and various elements of GPRS network

Discuss the difference between GSM and GPRS

Discuss the Limitations and Application of GPRS


8
Wireless Application Protocol (WAP)

Discuss the WAP and MMS technology

Describe WAP stack and WAP application environment

Know WML , WML script and Wireless Telephony Application Interface

Study WAP Push Architecture and MMS Architecture

Know the features of WTP, WTLS, WDP

Understand the need for  SMIL

Learn GPRS Application


9
CDMA and 3G

Discuss spread spectrum technology

Compare CDMA Vs GSM

Learn the organisation of CDMA Protocol Stack

Comprehend Third generation Networks

Learn 3G applications


10
Wireless LAN

Learn the advantages and  applications of WLAN

Understand Mobile Ad Hoc Networks and Sensor Networks

Learn Wireless LAN Security

Discuss Wireless Local Loop  Architecture

Understand the concept of Hiper LAN

Compare WiFi Vs 3G


11
Intelligent Networks and Interworking

Understand the concept of Intelligent Networks

Know the standards of IN


12
Next Generation Networks

Learn how technologies of the past and future converge to NGN

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