Khiem Le, Ph.D.

klesmu@gmail.com


Courses taught in Spring 2010
EETS 8318 Wireless Internet
EETS 8313 Internet Telephony


EETS 8318 Wireless Internet

Course Description

This graduate level course is a comprehensive study of the fast developing field of wireless Internet and related issues and technologies. Topics include issues with wireless Internet; e.g. mobility, session control, QoS, and security, and the key protocols/architectures to address these issues and enable mobile access to the Internet. Technologies such as WiFi, 3.5G HSPA (High-Speed Packet Access), WiMax and LTE (Long Term Evolution to 4G), and protocols such as Mobile IP, IPv6, SIP, SDP, and the IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) will be covered to illustrate as much as possible as time permits. This course is intended primarily for the Telecommunications program but can also be useful for EE students who plan to specialize in this field.

Class is Thursdays, from 6:30 PM to 9:20 PM
For further information, contact the instructor at klesmu@gmail.com

EETS 8313 Internet Telephony

Course Description

This course provides a comprehensive introduction to the background, protocols, standards and issues related to Internet telephony. The course first describes the changing telecommunications environment that motivates the transition from today?s telephone network to voice over IP (VoIP), and strategies being used by companies and individual?s to implement VoIP. The umbrella protocol covered is Session Internet Protocol (SIP) with its partner Session Description Protocol (SDP). Other protocols also cover include H.323, RSVP, RTP, DNS, TRIP, ISUP and SS7. Issues include emergency services, security, mobility and quality of service. On-campus students, and off-campus students with high-speed Internet access, will have access to SIP lab equipment. Prerequisite: EETS 7301 and EETS 7315 (formerly EETS 8301), or permission of instructor.

Class is Saturdays, from 9:00 Am to 11:50 AM
For further information, contact the instructor at klesmu@gmail.com