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67-301: Networks and Telecom

Carnegie Mellon University
Fall 2014 - Professor Phelps

Dphelps

This course will introduce students to the basics of telecommunications, including voice, data, video, and wireless, with an emphasis on data. The course will cover both technical and business aspects of networking, and will consider regulatory and industry factors affecting telecommunication networks. Students will be introduced to the concepts and terminology of networks, including layered network models, and to practical issues involved in designing, managing, and using networks and network applications. Learning will take place through assigned readings, class participation, and homework assignments. Grades will be based on examinations, homework assignments, and projects. Junior or senior class standing required. Pre-requisite: one computer programming course.