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Open Source IMS implementations
Ježek, Jiří ; Číž, Radim (referee) ; Šilhavý, Pavel (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with open source implementations of IMS technology. The theoretical part describes the functioning of IMS and its architecture, including the protocols used, the process of registration and connection establishment, as well as potential security threats to IMS systems. Two open source IMS projects were selected, Open IMS Core and Project Clearwater, on which the work is focused. In its next part, the diploma thesis deals with the description of selected open source IMS projects, this part also includes a description of the implemented security of both projects and a detailed procedure of system installation with any necessary configuration. In its practical part, the diploma thesis focused on performance testing of selected projects using the Abacus 5000 hardware tester. First, initialization tests were performed, which verified the possibility of communication between the tester and the tested projects. Subsequently, it was possible to perform performance testing of selected projects. In performance testing, emphasis is placed on system stability, performance in the area of call set-up speed and response time of SIP messages and speed of user registration in the network, at different load levels. The systems have been tested for both call set-up and user registration. Part of the testing is also the implementation of the flood DoS inviteflood attack and the system's response to the increasing intensity of the attack. The last chapter is devoted to the comparison of selected IMS projects, where the test results are clearly presented. This chapter is partly based on publicly available information, such as the technical documentation of individual projects and possibly publicly available mailing lists. Part of the diploma thesis is also a laboratory task in which the student tries to work with Open IMS Core. The laboratory task focuses on the process of creating a user and his registration in the IMS network, establishing a call between individual users and internal routing in IMS networks. The task focuses mainly on signaling processes within the implemented tasks.
VDSL2 vplus and G.fast technologies and their testing
Vehera, Vladyslav ; Číž, Radim (referee) ; Šilhavý, Pavel (advisor)
This semester work focuses on the basic characteristics of the VDSl2 and G.fast technologies that allow to transfer data using old telephone lines. The theoretical part of the work describes the main parameters of all currently known profiles for VDSL and G.fast. There is also a description of DMT modulation, used in both types of DSL connections. Moreover, the theoretical part presents a vectoring technique that helps to increase the data transfer rate using a twisted pair. The work also provides methods for testing networks using the recommendations of RFC 2455, ITU-T Y.1564 and RFC6349. The practical part of this thesis contains all conducted tests and measuring, which were described in detail. The results od these tests were presented in the format of graphs and tables.
MIDI Controller for DAW Software Control
Korytář, Matěj ; Číž, Radim (referee) ; Schimmel, Jiří (advisor)
This thesis focuses on problematics of DAW controllers for sound production software. In this thesis is analysed Mackie Control protocol, one of used communication protocols. There is also an overview of MIDI messages, because Mackie Control protocol is based on MIDI protocol. The thesis contains two own DAW controller designs. First one is based on Mackie Control protocol, second one is based on Generic Remote which offers better customization.
Model of Enigma Encryption Machine from Lego Technic
Kupka, Ondřej ; Číž, Radim (referee) ; Hajný, Jan (advisor)
The aim of the thesis is to design and implement the possibility of interconnecting the Enigma encryption machine model, built from LEGO Technic and LEGO Mindstorm kit, with the display device and extend the model by the possibikty to enter any text using the Bluetooth keyboard. The input text is then encrypted along with the demonstration of the encryption by the model and the output encryption text is then displayed on the display device screen. The first part of the work is devoted to the beginnings of encryption and development of Enigma encryption machine. Subsequently, it is focused in more detail on the Wehrmacht Enigma model, on the basis of which a web application for model operation was created. The application is designed based on the Ev3dev special firmware for the control unit and written using Python and Flask. The work describes partial parts of the application, individual functions and principles. Part of the work is a manual for model operation.
Digital Musical Synthesizer with Analog Control for Eurorack Platform
Klecl, Martin ; Číž, Radim (referee) ; Schimmel, Jiří (advisor)
This work explores the topic of digital audio signal processing for modular synthesizers and the design of digital oscillator for modular standard known as Eurorack. Introduction of the theoretical part is dedicated to basic terms and blocks used in modular synthesizers. The thesis also characterizes and presents the methods of sound synthesis. The second part of the theory concerns analog and digital signal conversion made by digital signal processors DSP, focusing on ARM with focus on ARM architecture. The practical part of the thesis concerns design and construction of the digital oscillator which generates periodic waveforms without aliasing distortion. The oscillator also allows several types of modulations and waveforming and the module has several inputs for connecting control voltages or external audio signals.
Vectoring in xDSL systems
Rada, Dominik ; Číž, Radim (referee) ; Šilhavý, Pavel (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis presents the approximation of VDSL2 and G.fast transmission systems according to pre-selected cable types. The thesis is also focused on the principle of vectoring and its use. The components of the thesis are explained by initialization process in modems with support of vectoring and approximation of Pre-Coder algorithms. A part of the thesis is a created user application in MATLAB, which displays the influence of vectoring on the transfer rates based on user input. In addition, the application captures primary and secondary line parameters, transmission characteristics, and transmitted masks.
Weather station
Rimeg, Martin ; Číž, Radim (referee) ; Lattenberg, Ivo (advisor)
This work deals with the development of a meteorological station for measuring temperature, atmospheric pressure, humidity and light intensity. The main feature of the device is the ESP 8266 module, which records the measured values and sends information to the server. Part of the work is PCB design, selection of suitable sensors and application development for display of measured values. The description of the solution was preceded by the theoretical processing of development topics.
Demonstration of optimal receivers for the AWGN channel
Musil, Petr ; Šilhavý, Pavel (referee) ; Číž, Radim (advisor)
This thesis deals with the demonstration of bit error rate reduction techniques. In the theory section, different techniques of bit error rate reduction are presented, followed by the introduction of the communication channel and the communication system parameters. Each technique is simulated in Matlab Simulink environment using the additive white Gaussian noise channel model. The simulations are captured in waveform oscillograms of all the signal processing stages. The practical section of this thesis offers a functional laboratory solution demonstrating different ways of transmission: a direct-path signal, a path with a cross-correlation receiver and a path using matched filtering. The individual circuits are described in detail, including waveform oscillograms of the signal processing blocks for illustration. Furthermore, the practical section presents printed circuit boards designs, comprehensive documentation for production, measurement results and a sample laboratory protocol.
Equalization of the transmission channel
Žlebek, Lukáš ; Šilhavý, Pavel (referee) ; Číž, Radim (advisor)
This thesis describes a design of a simulation of transmission of digital information via communication system and equalization of communication function. The layout of communication channel with multiway transmission is described in following part. Next part is about hardware modulator which generate modulated signal which is transmitted via communication channel and after is sampled by A/D convertion card to computer, where is equalizated and demodulated in Simulink. In the last part of this thesis, there is proposal of the laboratory task and its sample solution.
G.fast transmission technology
Zvařič, Filip ; Číž, Radim (referee) ; Šilhavý, Pavel (advisor)
This diploma thesis focuses on G.fast and VDSL2 technologies and their comparison. G.fast has the prerequisites for replacing VDSL2 for short distances. This work describes in detail the modulation techniques of both DSL technologies - DMT modulation used by both technologies. The aim of this work is to create a software for comparing the transfer rates of all profiles of both technologies, including the effects of far-end crosstalk. This is performed in the Matlab environment. This work describes how the program works and how to run the simulations. The results of selected simulations and their charts are enclosed in this work.

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