Quadrimestre 1 -
Coordinator : PMA
Teaching staff : PMA, JSS
General course description
Presentation of the network concept and the associated terminology.
Learning basic skills
Basic knowledge of data representation.
At the end of the course, students will be acquainted with the basics of telecommunication and networks.
Chapter 1: General Points (2 hours)
- why networks, what is a network?
- Features of networks:
- BUS, LAN, MAN, WAN
- Transmission media, their influence on transmission
- Need for standardization
- A model: OSI
Chapter 2: Data Representations (5 hours)
- Different types of information
- Coding information
- Digitizing information
- Internal data representation.
Chapter 3: Data Transmission (5 hours)
- Constituent components of a link with a view to transmission
- Transmission modes
- Transmission carriers
- Error processing
- Digital signal coding
- Basic band transmission
- Wide-band transmission (modems)
Chapter 4: The Network Concept (7 hours)
- Network topology
- Commutation techniques
- Linking modes: connected and unconnected modes
- Mechanisms involved:
- Addressing principles
- Routing principles
- Network congestion
- Security in the networks
Chapter 5: Network architecture. (5 hours)
- The OSI reference model.
- The TCP/IP model.
- IBM's SNA model.
- Claude Servin, Télécoms : de la transmission à l’architecture de réseaux, Masson
Théorie et applications de la statistique, Schaum collection