EETE3211 - Telecommunications II
EETE 3211 Telecommunications II 3 Credit Hours
Prerequisites EETE 2210
Goal To explores analogue and digital systems in more depth, and their analyses along with wireless and video systems.
ObjectivesOutcomes
The course should enable the student to:

  1. Analyze different types of analogue communication systems and study ways of measuring a variety of wireless communication performance such as selectivity, sensitivity, spurious emission and harmonics. Study effects of noise on these systems
  2. Analyze different types of digital communication systems, their modulation techniques and describe ways of measuring noise and other rate performance on these systems
  3. Analyze cellular, mobile and wireless messaging systems which include different types of wireless standards and systems, practical wireless design consideration and a detailed look at existing wireless messaging systems
  4. Analyze video signals, systems and standards
  5. Understand HDTV and MPEG systems.
The students should be able to:

  1. Describe noise sources and different types of noise measurements
  2. Perform analogue systems measurements and performance evaluation
  3. Describe different types of radio wave propagation methods and perform calculations
  4. Demonstrate knowledge of AM and SSB radio systems, and FM systems
  5. Recognize Satellite systems and different types of multiple access methods
  6. Calculate channel capacity with the constraint of bandwidth, signal-to-noise ratio and M-ary
  7. Describe digital modulation techniques including ASK, FSK, and various forms of PSK and QAM
  8. Describe various applications of digital modulation techniques
  9. Perform noise and error rate performance of digital communication systems
  10. Describe cellular structure and network
  11. Describe cellular standards and systems FDMA (AMPS/TACS), TDMA (GSM/IS-54), CDMA (IS-95) and spread spectrum (Direct Sequence and Frequency Hopping)
  12. Design practical wireless systems
  13. Describe general paging concepts and protocol
  14. Describe 1 way and 2 way wireless messaging systems
  15. Demonstrate knowledge of GPS system
  16. Describe traditional TV signals and systems
  17. Describe different types of TV test signals
  18. Demonstrate knowledge of HDTV and MPEG standard