code EC320
credit_hours 3
title Communication Theory
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prequisites BA224 & EE231
credit hours 3
Description/Outcomes Introduction to communication theory. Review of Fourier series and Fourier transform as a mathematical tool for spectral analysis. Concept of power and energy spectral densities and correlation between waveforms. Transmission through linear filters and channels. Hilbert transform and Amplitude Modulation techniques.
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objectives Classification of signals and their spectrum.rnFourier Transform and its properties in time and frequency domains.rnLinear Systems.rnIntroduction to communication systems and Amplitude Modulation and Demodulation.rn
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textbook Alan V. Oppenheim ?Signals and systems? Prentice Hall
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Course Content
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1 Classification of Signals - sum of periodic signals
2 Orthogonality - Fourier Analysis of Periodic Signals
3 Fourier Transform and Properties of F.T.
4 Properties of F.T. (cont.)
5 F.T. of Special Functions
6 Fourier Transform of periodic signals - Digital & analog signals
7 Discrete Fourier transform - Sampling Theory + 7th week exam
8 Auto-correlation & cross-correlation of power and energy signals - Spectral densities of power and energy signals
9 Hilbert transform
10 Response of low-pass and band-pass filters
11 Double side band transmitted carrier amplitude modulation and demodulation
12 DSB Surprised carrier amplitude modulation and demodulation + 12 week exam
13 Single side band amplitude modulation
14 Single side band amplitude demodulation
15 Vestigial side band amplitude modulation and demodulation
16 Final Examination