In this unit students will acquire advanced theoretical knowledge, practical and critical analytical skills which can be applied to investigation and resolution of complex problem solving scenarios inherent in modern 21st century wireless communication systems. The unit material has been developed to enhance students' communication skills, individual and group project participation and other professional capabilities important to a practising Engineer. This unit provides students with a theoretical and practical understanding of general wireless communication systems and the subsystems involved in them. It provides an overview of existing wireless systems with special reference to hardware implementation. Unit material has been developed to include Noise and Distortion, Duplexing methods and Propagation modelling at UHF with emphasis on Path loss, free space and plane earth models. In particular, Okumura's model will be used in Radio link design. Students are expected to take into account Shadowing, Rayleigh multipath fading, fade duration and level crossing rate and Delay spread when developing a link budget. In addition, coherence bandwidth, Antenna parameters, Diversity systems, Multiple-Input-Multiple- Output (MIMO), Interference cancellation, Modulation and coding for the mobile channel are topics that will be taught.