Communication SystemsCourse code: 130211 | 6 ECTS credits
Level of Studies:Undergraduate applied studies
Year of Study:2
Requirements:Familiarity with basic principles in electronics, as well as familiarity with enginering mathematics.
Goal:Introduction to fundamental principles and techniques that are used in contemporary communication systems.
Outcome:Understanding of signal analysis and signal processing techniques that are used in contemporary communication systems. Gaining fundamental knowledge for understanding more advanced courses in the field of telecommunications and signal processing.
Contents of the course
Introductory lecture (organization and course syllabus, relation to other courses).
Telecommunication system model. Information, measure of the information.
Classification of signals, time domain and frequency domain signal representation, spectral analysis of continuous signals.
Sampling theorem and spectral analysis of discrete time signals.