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COMP 4203 [0.5 credit] Wireless Networks and Security

An introduction to wireless networks covering both networking issues and security aspects of modern wireless environments. Fundamentals of mobile LANs, ad hoc, sensor networks, secure routing, searching, clustering, multicasting, localization, mobile IP/TCP, confidentiality, key establishment, authentication, broadcasting, RFIDs, and rogue attacks.
Prerequisite(s): COMP 3203 or SYSC 4602.
Lectures three hours a week.