EEE 3223 (Communication Theorem)
This course introduces the students the basic principles of communication system. The importance of modulation and the performance of the system in the presence of noise are discussed. The students are also will be given the fundamental concepts of analog modulation particularly of amplitude and angle modulations. Digital modulation techniques are exposed to the students such as ASK, PSK, FSK, BPSK, QPSK and QAM. Topics covered include types, modulated waveforms, transmitters, receivers, and transmission bandwidth and noise impact on the modulation system. Various sampling, quantization and line coding techniques are explained before the study of coded pulse modulation, PCM and delta modulation. Then the waveforms and spectral analysis of bandpass digital transmission are introduced together with system performance in terms of bit error rate. Methods of signal multiplexing such as TDM, FDM and SDM are also presented and compared. Students will then learn about transmission line and smith chart applications as a means to improve the performance of the signal transmission. This course is concluded with introduction to antennas and waveguides for foundation to further expand students’ knowledge.
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