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Help: Wireless Communication course by Tse at Berkeley

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Thommer

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Hello!

Is there anyone who has the education material for the course
"Fundamentals of Wireless communication" held by David Tse at Berkeley in 2004
spring? The link is the following, but the access is denied (even when using proxy server):
http://inst.eecs.berkeley.edu/~ee224b/sp04

I'm in great need of this, as I have the book and want to learn this course by
myself.
Thanks in advance,
Thommer
 

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Hi,

It's always good to learn things for yourself, using books and the web.
But the reason its blocked is probably because you have to pay to join a course. Some material is posted on the internet for all to see, but ultimately, the course is for students who have paid their tuition fee's. You can't expect places of learning to give away all their course material for free when people have paid vast sums of money.

You could try inquiring about the course by emailing the university, getting a list of the topics covered, and then using the internet/books to study it.

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Hello!

I don't think you have to pay extra sum of money to join to this course. It's one of the courses offered for MSC qualification. Most university web pages are free to everybody (check out Stanford courses), but exception always can be found, like CMU courses.
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