ĐH Bách khoa – ĐHQG Tp.HCM Faculty of Electrical and Electronics Engineering
COMMUNICATIONS I Course Code : 405405 - Credit - No. hours
: 03 : Total 45
Class 15 % participatison Quizzes 15 % Midterm exam: 30% Grading scale 10/10 Final exam: 40 % - Pre-requisite : Analog Signal Processing - Program : Advanced Program - Level : Senior EE Core course - Note
1. Course Objectives: Provide the fundamentals of analog and digital communication systems: representation of signals and systems in the time and frequency domains; analog modulation schemes; random processes; prediction and noise analysis using random processes; noise sensitivity and bandwidth requirements of modulation schemes; and a brief introduction to digital communications.
2. Course outline: • Fundamentals of signal and system analysis • Analog modulation techniques • Baseband communication systems in the absence of noise • A brief review of probability theory and stochastic processes • Noise effects in simple modulation systems
3. Textbook and references:  Rodger E. Ziemer and William H. Tranter, Principles of Communications: Systems, Modulationand Noise, 6th ed., J. Wiley & Sons, 2010.  B.P. Lathi, Modern Digital and Analog Communication Systems, 3rd ed., Oxford UniversitPress, 1998.  Michael P. Fitz, Fundamentals of Communication Systems, McGraw-Hill Companies, 2007.
4. Assessment Scheme: Assignment: Quizzes Midterm exam: Final exam: PĐT, Mẫu 2008-ĐC
15 % 15 % 30% 40 % Tr.1/2
Syllabus : 405405
PĐT, Mẫu 2008-ĐC
5. Course content: Chapter 1: Course introduction Chapter 2: Fundamentals of signal and system analysis 2.1 Signal models 2.2 Signal classifications 2.3 Generalized Fourier series 2.4 Fourier series 2.5 The Fourier transform 2.6 Power spectral density and correlation 2.7 Signal and linear system 2.8 Sampling theory 2.9 The Hilbert transform 2.10 Discrete Fourier transform and fast Fourier transform 2.11 Exercises Chapter 3: Modulation techniques with emphasis on analog system 3.1 Linear modulation 3.2 Angle modulation 3.3 Interference 3.4 Feedback demodulators: PLL 3.5 Analog pulse modulation 3.6 Delta modulation and PCM 3.7 Multiplexing 3.8 Exercises Correcting exercises Chapter 4: Baseband Communication Systems in the Absence of Noise 4.1 Baseband digital data transmission systems 4.2 Line codes and their power spectra 4.3 Effects of filtering of digital data: ISI 4.4 Pulse shaping: Nyquist’s criterion for zero ISI 4.5 Zero-forcing equalization 4.6 Eye diagrams 4.7 Synchronization 4.8 Carrier modulation of baseband digital signals 4.9 Exercises Correcting exercises Chapter 5: A brief review of probability theory and stochastic processes 5.1 Random variables 5.2 Statistical averages 5.3 Random processes 5.4 Correlation and power spectral density 5.5 Linear systems and random processes 5.6 Narrowband noise Chapter 6: Noise effects in simple modulation systems 6.1 Signal-to-noise ratios 6.2 Noise and phase error in coherent systems 6.3 Noise in angle modulation 6.4 Threshold effect in FM demodulation 6.5 Noise in pulse-code modulation 6.6 Exercises Correcting exercises Dean of Faculty Instructor