Course Type/Credits: Compulsory course/3 credits
Signal and noise analysis; analog and digital modulation and detection systems; Nyquist’s sampling theorem, quantization; digital baseband system; digital modulation: ASK, PSK, FSK, and QAM; information transmission, synchronization and channel coding; applications of communication systems.
The students who have passed this subject should be able to understand the principles of basic operations of communication systems.
Course Schedule & Lecture Slides
|2||Fourier representation of signals and systems|
|3||Amplitude modulation I|
|4||Amplitude modulation II & Angle modulation I|
|5||Angle modulation II|
|6||Random signals and noise|
|7||Noise in analog communications|
|9||Pulse modulation: transition from analog to digital communications I|
|10||Pulse modulation: transition from analog to digital communications II|
|11||Baseband data transmission|
|12||Digital band-pass modulation techniques I|
|13||Digital band-pass modulation techniques II|
|14||Noise in digital communications|
|15||Fundamental limits in information theory I|
|16||Fundamental limits in information theory II|
- Quizzes & Assignments 30%
- Midterm Examination 35%
- Final Examination 35%
- Simon Haykin, and Michael Moher, Introduction to Analog and Digital Communications, 2nd Edition, John Wiley & Sons 2007.
- Simon Haykin, and Michael Moher, Communication Systems, 5th Edition, John Wiley & Sons 2009.
- Rodger. E. Ziemer, and William H. Tranter, Principle of Communications: Systems, Modulation, and Noise, 4th Edition, John Wiley & Sons 1995.
- A. Bruce Carlson, Paul B. Crilly, and Janet C. Rutledge, Communication Systems, McGraw-Hill 1986.
- Leon W. Couch II, Modern Communication Systems: Principles and Applications, Prentice Hall 1995.