Dec 09, 2022  
2013-14 Undergraduate Academic Catalog 
    
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EE 4022 - Principles of Communications

3 lecture hours 2 lab hours 4 credits
In the study of communication systems, students will investigate how they operate and what affects their performance. The course relies heavily on system and signal analysis, both in the time and frequency domains, and on the statistical representation of random signals and noise. Amplitude and angle modulation systems are analyzed, including systems that transfer analog data and systems transferring digital data. Performance comparisons of commonly used digital modulation methods are presented. Signal-processing techniques that are commonly used in systems that transfer digital data are presented. Bit-error rate performance for baseband signal detection in the presence of noise is analyzed. Laboratory experiments reinforce the concepts from the lecture, with an emphasis on communication system functional modules. (prereq: MA 262  or MA 3620 , EE 3031 )



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