ECE5660 - Communication Systems I, Spring 2006

The first portion of the class will cover topics in analog communication. Beginning with basic Fourier transform properties, techniques for analog modulation and demodulation will be developed. Insights to these problems will be uncovered along the way. The majority of this course will be devoted digital communication.

Communication Systems I

ECE 4660

Professor Jacob Gunther

Electrical and Computer Engineering
Utah State University

Course Structure : Three 50 minute classes per week.

Prerequisites :
ECE 3640, Math 5710

Image courtesy of Sheila Steele

Course Description

The first portion of the class will cover topics in analog communication. Beginning with basic Fourier transform properties, techniques for analog modulation and demodulation will be developed. Insights to these problems will be uncovered along the way. The majority of this course will be devoted digital communication.

Technical Requirements

MATLAB

Citation: Gunther, J., admin. (2006, June 28). Communication Systems I. Retrieved January 07, 2011, from Free Online Course Materials — USU OpenCourseWare Web site: http://ocw.usu.edu/Electrical_and_Computer_Engineering/Communication_Systems_I_1.html.
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