CS601 : Data Communication

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Course Info

Course Category

Computer Science/Information Technology

Course Level

Undergraduate

Credit Hours

3

Pre-requisites

CS101, CS302, CS403

Instructor

Mr. Hammad Khalid Khan
M.S Electrical Engineering (Telecommunication)
Oklahoma State University USA

Course Contents

Ch01. Introduction to the Course 
Ch01. Introduction to Data Communications
Ch01. Characteristics of a Data Communication System -1
Ch01. Characteristics of a Data Communication System -2
Ch01. Components of a Data Communication System
Ch01. Data Representation and Data Flow
Ch01. Networks
Ch01. Physical Structures
Ch01. Physical Topologies -1
Ch01. Physical Topologies -2
Ch01. Physical Topologies -3
Ch01. Local Area Network
Ch01. Wide Area Network
Ch01. Switching
Ch01. The Internet
Ch01. Internet History
Ch01. Internet Standards and Administration
Ch02. Protocol Layering - Introduction -1
Ch02. Protocol Layering - Introduction - 2
Ch02. Potocol Layering - Advantages and Disadvantage
Ch02. Protocol Layering - Principles
Ch02. TCP/IP Protocol Suite 
Ch02. TCP/IP Suite - Function of layers
Ch02. TCP/IP Suite - Layer Description -1
Ch02. TCP/IP Suite - Layer Description -2
Ch02. Encapsulation and Decapsulation
Ch02. The Open System Interconnection (OSI) Model
Ch02. Data Communication vs Computer Networks
Ch03. Communication at Physical Layer
Ch03. Analog and Digital Signals
Ch03. Periodic and Non Periodic Analog Signals
Ch03. Sine Wave - Frequency 1
Ch03. Sine Wave - Frequency 2
Ch03. Phase or Phase Shift
Ch03. Wavelength
Ch03. Time and Frequency Domains
Ch03. Composite Signals
Ch03. Bandwidth
Ch03. Digital Signals-1
Ch03. Digital Signals-2
Ch03. Bit Rate
Ch03. Digital Signal as Composite Analog Signal
Ch03. Transmission of Digital Signals
Ch03. Broadband Transmission (Modulation)
Ch03. Transmission Impairments
Ch03. Attenuation and Amplification - Deciblel
Ch03. Distortion
Ch03. Noise
Ch03. Data Rate Limits
Ch03. Noisy Channel: Shannon Capacity
Ch03. Network performance
Ch03. Latency or Delay
Ch03. Delay - Bandwidth Delay Product
Ch04. Digital to Digital Conversion
Ch04. Data Rate versus Signal Rate
Ch04. Line Coding
Ch04. Line Coding Scheme-1
Ch04. Line Coding Scheme-2
Ch04. Line Coding Scheme-3
Ch04. Line Coding Scheme-4
Ch04. Block Coding-1
Ch04. Block Coding-2
Ch04. Block Coding-3
Ch04. Scrambling
Ch04. Types of Scrambling Techniques-1
Ch04. Types of Scrambling Techniques-2
Ch04. Analog-to-Digital Conversion
Ch04. Pulse Code Modulation (PCM)
Ch04. Pulse Code Modulation (PCM)
Ch04. Pulse Code Modulation (PCM)
Ch04. Analog to Digital Conversion
Ch04. Delta Modulation (DM)
Ch04. Transmission Modes
Ch04. Serial Transmission 1
Ch04. Serial Transmission 2
Ch05. Digital to Analog Conversion
Ch05. Aspects of Digital to Analog Conversion
Ch05. Aspects of Digital to Analog Conversion
Ch05. Amplitude Shift keying (ASK) - 1
Ch05. Amplitude Shift keying (ASK) - 2
Ch05. Frequency Shift keyihng (FSK) - 1
Ch05. Frequency Shift keyihng (FSK) - 2
Ch05. Phase Shift keying (PSK)
Ch05. Constellation Diagram
Ch05. Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (QAM)
Ch05. Analog to Analog Conversion -1
Ch05. Analog to Analog Conversion -2
Ch05. Analog to Analog Conversion -3
Ch06. Multiplexing -1
Ch06. Multiplexing -2
Ch06. Frequency - Division Multiplexing
Ch06. The Analog Carrier System
Ch06. Wavelenth - Division Multiplexing
Ch06. Time - Division Multiplexing -1
Ch06. Time - Division Multiplexing -2
Ch06. Time - Division Multiplexing -3
Ch06. Time - Division Multiplexing -4
Ch06. Time - Division Multiplexing -5
Ch06. Spread Spectrum 
Ch06. Spread Spectrum Techniques 
Ch07. Transmission Media -1
Ch07. Transmission Media -2
Ch07. Twisted Pair Cable -1
Ch07. Twisted Pair Cable -2
Ch07. Coaxial Cable -1
Ch07. Coaxial Cable -2
Ch07. Fiber Optic Cable -1
Ch07. Fiber Optic Cable -2
Ch07. Fiber Optic Cable -3
Ch07. Fiber Optic Cable -4
Ch07. Unguided Media
Ch07. Radio Waves 
Ch07. Microwaves
Ch08. Switching
Ch08. Three Methods of Switching
Ch08. Circuit-Switched Networks
Ch08. Three Phases in a Circuit Switched Network
Ch08. Efficiency of a Circuit Switched Network
Ch08. Packed Switching 
Ch08. Virtual Circuit Networks -1
Ch08. Virtual Circuit Networks -2
Ch08. Virtual Circuit Networks -3
Ch08. Structure of a Circuit Switch
Ch09. Data-Link Layer 
Ch09. Nodes and Links
Ch09. Services provided by Data-Link Layer -1
Ch09. Services provided by Data-Link Layer-2
Ch09. Two Categories of Links
Ch09. Why Link Layer Addressing -1 
Ch09. Why Link Layer Addressing -2 
Ch09. Three Types of Addresses
Ch09. Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) -1
Ch09. Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) -2
Ch09. Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) -3
Ch10. Types of Errors -1
Ch10. Types of Errors -2
Ch10. Redundancy
Ch10. Coding
Ch10. Types of Coding schemes
Ch10. Block Coding 
Ch10. Hamming Distance
Ch10. Minimum Hamming Distance
Ch10. Parity-Check Code
Ch10. Cyclic Codes
Ch10. Cyclic Redundancy Check (CRC)
Ch10. Checksum
Ch10. Forward Error Correction
Ch10. Chunk Interleaving
Ch11. Data Link Control (DLC) Services
Ch11. Frame Size-1
Ch11. Frame Size-2
Ch11. Connection Oriented Framing
Ch11. Bit-Oriented Framing
Ch11. Flow and Error Control
Ch11. Error Control 
Ch11. Data Link Layer Protocols -1
Ch11. Data Link Layer Protocols -2
Ch11. Stop and Wait Protocol -1
Ch11. Stop and Wait Protocol -2
Ch11. Piggybacking
Ch11. Framing
Ch11. Point to Point Protocol (PPP-1)
Ch11. Point to Point Protocol (PPP-2)
Ch11. Multiplexing in PPP -1
Ch11. Multiplexing in PPP -2
Ch12. Media Access Control (MAC) Sub - Layer
Ch12. Random Access -1
Ch12. Random Access -2
Ch12. ALOHA
Ch12. Slotted ALOHA
Ch12. Carrier Sense Multiple Access (CSMA)
Ch12. Carrier Sense Multiple Access / Collision Detection 
Ch12. Carrier Sense Multiple Access / Collision Avoidance -1
Ch12. Carrier Sense Multiple Access / Collision Avoidance -2
Ch12. Controlled Access -1
Ch12. Controlled Access -2
Ch12. Channelization (Channel Partition) -1
Ch12. Channelization (Channel Partition) -2
Ch12. Channelization (Channel Partition) -3
Ch13. Ethernet Protocol
Ch13. Ethernet Evolution
Ch13. Standard Ethernet
Ch13. Addressing in Standard Ethernet
Ch13. Access Method in Standard Ethernet
Ch13. Efficiency of Standard Ethernet
Ch13. Implementation of Standard Ethernet
Ch13. Changes in the Standard
Ch13. Changes in the Standard
Ch13. Fast Ethernet
Ch13. Gigabit Ethernet
Ch14. Other Wired Networks
Ch14. Local-Access Transport Areas (LATAs) 
Ch14. Signaling
Ch14. Services
Ch14. Cable Network
Ch14. Cable TV for Data Transfer
Ch14. Synchronous Optical Network (SONET)
Ch14. SONET Architecture
Ch14. SONET Layers
Ch14. SONET Frames
Ch14. STS Multiplexing
Ch14. SONET Networks
Ch14. ATM
Ch14. Architecture
Ch15. WLAN Introduction
Ch15. Characteristics of a Wireless LAN
Ch15. Access Control
Ch15. IEEE 802.11 Project
Ch15. MAC Sub-Layer -1
Ch15. MAC Sub-Layer -2
Ch15. Bluetooth
Ch15. Bluetooth Devices
Ch16. Connecting Devices
Ch16. Hubs
Ch16. Link-Layer Switches
Ch16. Spanning Tree Algorithm
Ch16. Routers
Ch16. Membership of a VLAN
Ch16. Comparison of Modern Access Technologies
Ch16. Fiber To The Curb (FTTC)