ITC513 Wireless Networking
- Compare and contrast Channel reuse in WLAN with frequency reuse in Mobile Phone networks? Explain with the help of diagrams. [4 marks]
- Research the security challenges for any two examples of WMAN technologies. [4 marks]
- Read the two recent research papers on the topic of Internet of Things (IoT) as saved in the resources folder; please give your critical reflection on the topic of Internet of Things. [4 marks]
- Telestra is a company that is licensed to provide wired telecommunication services in Australia. The company has contracted Exetel to assist it with the selection and implementation of a new field service system. The goal is to provide service technicians with wireless access to the corporate network and a vast electronic library of technical manuals and schematic diagrams, which would reduce or eliminate the need for staff to carry a large number of books and drawings, especially while servicing equipment underground or when climbing on transmission towers. In addition, this means that the technicians would be able to immediately read and update the records for all the equipment, thereby avoiding massive amounts of paperwork as well as potential errors and omissions. However, the company is having trouble deciding on which technology to adopt- handheld cellular, tables with 3G/4G/5G access, or notebooks equipped with cellular cards. Exetel has asked you to help.
-Create a presentation outlining the advantages for Telestra of using digital cellular handsets or cellular wireless cards. Determine the ability of the smaller cellular handsets (as opposed to notebook computers, which may be difficult to carry everywhere) to display standard PC documents such as Word, Excel, and PDF files, and evaluate how this could help the company. Because the group you will be presenting to is composed of nontechnical manager, be sure your presentation is understandable by both technical and non-technical personnel. Limit yourself to a maximum of 15 PowerPoint slides. [7 marks]
Your task in this assessment is to prepare a response to each of the questions. Please refer to the marking guide when preparing your response to see what criteria and standards will be used to assess your work and your progress towards Learning Outcomes 3, 5, 6 and 7.
For Question 1 and Question 2, the following rubric will be used to mark:
|Question||HD (100%-85%)||DI (84%-75%)||CR (74%-65%)||PS (64%-50%)|
|Q 1 – Q 2|
|The answer is correct, and complete. Comprehensive explanation is provided with appropriate example. Appropriate figures were used, if applicable. Appropriate reference style is used. No grammatical or spelling mistake.||The answer is correct and a detailed explanation is provided. References are used. No/only a few grammatical or spelling mistakes.||The answer is correct, but the explanation is not complete. Very few references are used and not formatted appropriately.||The answer is correct but not complete and only adequate explanation is provided. No references are used. There are grammatical errors and spelling mistakes.|
For Question 3, the following rubric will be used to mark:
|Question||HD (100%-85%)||DI (84%-75%)||CR (74%-65%)||PS (64%-50%)|
Learning Outcome 3, 4, 5,7
|Study was done in-depth and the beyond the obvious, revealing new insights gained. Author clearly identified the way of the research approaching by the other researchers and clearly predicts in which way the research would be going in future.||Study was in a sufficient depth. Authors identified the research progression, and produce speculation of future research on the topic with lack of confidence||Surface study is performed. Author presented mainly description of different research and showed the correlations of the research of the topic. However, the authors failed to speculate the future trends of the research.||Minimal study is performed. The research consists predominantly of information collection, and making simple correlations of different research work on the topic.|
In addition, the following rubric will be used to mark Question 4:
|Area||HD (100%-85%)||DI (84%-75%)||CR (74%-65%)||PS(64%-50%)|
|Style: Flow, tone, word choice|
|Slides are smooth, skillfull, and coherent. Sentences are strong and expressive with varied structure. Consistent and appropriate tone and word choice is used throughout the slides. Sense language is used to “show, not tell” the reader what is being described.||Slides are clear and sentences have varied structure. There is consistent tone and word choice is appropriate with fairly good use of sense language to create imagery.||Slides are clear, but sentences may lack variety. The tone is inconsistent and word choice, while adequate, could be better. While sense language is used, it is not very effective in creating imagery||Slides appear rushed or underdeveloped.|
|Quality of the Study|
|Study was done in-depth and the beyond the obvious, revealing new insights gained. Author clearly identified the way of the research approaching by the other researchers and clearly predicts in which way the research would be going in future.||Study was in a sufficient depth. Authors identified the research progression, and produce speculation of future research on the topic with lack of confidence.||Surface study is performed. Author presented mainly description of different research and showed the correlations of the research of the topic. However, the authors failed to speculate the future trends of the research.||Minimal study is performed. The research consists predominantly of information collection, and making simple correlations of different research work on the topic.|
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- Review two case studies of applying social media analytics using both text and Network analysis with Netlytic:
- Text analysis with Netlytic: Sochi 2014 [https://netlytic.org/home/?p=168]
- Network analysis with Netlytic: Oscars 2014 [https://netlytic.org/home/?p=171]
- Review Video Tutorial: Importing from Instagram to become familiar with how to create efficient search queries.
- Select a capital city from a list provided by the instructor.
- Using Netlytic, develop two Instagram queries: one based on a hashtag the other
based on location (the coordinates for your city centre)
- Analyze these datasets using Netlytic’s text and network analysis features. The
outcome of this step will be a set of interactive visualization
- Finally, use the resulting visualizations to complete Objectives 1-3 and prepare a final report (~5 pages). The written project report should be submitted electronically via the course website. The instructor will provide the report template. Questions to consider addressing in your report:
- What main topics occur in your hashtag query and location query? Is there any overlap? What topics were most popular? Least popular? What topics did you find surprising in the analysis?
- Discuss the change of topics over time and any influencing factors contributing to drastic changes.
- Looking at thee text analysis categories, what impressions do you have about the tone of the conversation? Which categories were most popular?
- Looking at the network analysis, describe at least 3 network measures and what they mean in regard to the communication network interactions.
- Present project results in small class groups, in a form of “lightning talk” (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lightning_talk). Students should come prepared to discuss:
- What data was collected (hashtag and geographic location)
- Main findings from text analysis: popular topics, trends, and categories
- Main findings from network analysis: discuss 1 network measure
- Collaboratively compare and contrast online discussions and communities
occurring from one city to the next.
The lightning talk presentation should be accompanied by up to 3 Power Point slides saved as PDF and submitted electronically via the course website 24 hours before the oral presentation. Each group will provide one delegate to present the groups’ general findings. Time will be given for students to discuss as a class any patterns, similarities, or differences they’ve noticed working with various datasets.