It is expected that upon successful completion of the course, students will:

  • understand the basic theories, principles, and method of analysis of communications systems.
  • know the different types of operation methods and their relative advantages and disadvantages.
  • be able to carry out basic design and analysis calculations for some simple communication systems
Content is:
  • communication networks theory
  • signals theory
  • different modulation theories (e.g. PCM)
  • transmission systems (e.g. wireless, wired, optical)
  • Baseband transmission
  • Fourier Transformation
  • Definition of Bandwidth
  • In-house networks
  • Permanent Link and Channel
  • Link Classes
  • Losses and cross talk in cables
  • Bit Error Rate
  • Synchronisation
  • Multiplexing
  • LAN & WAN
  • OSI
  • TCP/UPD
  • Routing
  • Multimedia
  • Security
  • Quality of Service

It is expected that upon successful completion of the course, students will:

  • understand the basic theories, principles, and method of analysis of communications systems.
  • know the different types of operation methods and their relative advantages and disadvantages.
  • be able to carry out basic design and analysis calculations for some simple communication systems
Content is:
  • communication networks theory
  • signals theory
  • different modulation theories (e.g. PCM)
  • transmission systems (e.g. wireless, wired, optical)
  • Baseband transmission
  • Fourier Transformation
  • Definition of Bandwidth
  • In-house networks
  • Permanent Link and Channel
  • Link Classes
  • Losses and cross talk in cables
  • Bit Error Rate
  • Synchronisation
  • Multiplexing
  • LAN & WAN
  • OSI
  • TCP/UPD
  • Routing
  • Multimedia
  • Security
  • Quality of Service

It is expected that upon successful completion of the course, students will:

  • understand the basic theories, principles, and method of analysis of communications systems.
  • know the different types of operation methods and their relative advantages and disadvantages.
  • be able to carry out basic design and analysis calculations for some simple communication systems
Content is:
  • communication networks theory
  • signals theory
  • different modulation theories (e.g. PCM)
  • transmission systems (e.g. wireless, wired, optical)
  • Baseband transmission
  • Fourier Transformation
  • Definition of Bandwidth
  • In-house networks
  • Permanent Link and Channel
  • Link Classes
  • Losses and cross talk in cables
  • Bit Error Rate
  • Synchronisation
  • Multiplexing
  • LAN & WAN
  • OSI
  • TCP/UPD
  • Routing
  • Multimedia
  • Security
  • Quality of Service

It is expected that upon successful completion of the course, students will:

  • understand the basic theories, principles, and method of analysis of communications systems.
  • know the different types of operation methods and their relative advantages and disadvantages.
  • be able to carry out basic design and analysis calculations for some simple communication systems
Content is:
  • communication networks theory
  • signals theory
  • different modulation theories (e.g. PCM)
  • transmission systems (e.g. wireless, wired, optical)
  • Baseband transmission
  • Fourier Transformation
  • Definition of Bandwidth
  • In-house networks
  • Permanent Link and Channel
  • Link Classes
  • Losses and cross talk in cables
  • Bit Error Rate
  • Synchronisation
  • Multiplexing
  • LAN & WAN
  • OSI
  • TCP/UPD
  • Routing
  • Multimedia
  • Security
  • Quality of Service