EKT 231. COMMUNICATION SYSTEM. LECTURERS 1. Pn ‘Aini Syuhada Md Zain firstname.lastname@example.org 2. En Mohamad Suhaizal Abu Hassan suhaizal @u nimap.edu.my 3. Pn. Dayang Khadijah Hamzah (PLV) email@example.com. SYNOPSIS. The aim of this subject is :
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1. Pn ‘Aini Syuhada Md Zain
2. En Mohamad Suhaizal Abu Hassan
3. Pn. Dayang Khadijah Hamzah (PLV)
The aim of this subject is :
to introduce the students with the basic
principles and components of communications system.
This subject will cover various topics such as:
Introduction to Communication System,
Analogue Modulation and Demodulation (e.g. Amplitude Modulation),
Angle Modulation (Frequency Modulation and Phase Modulation),
Noise in Communication System, Transmission System and Transmission Lines.
Wayne Tomasi, “ Electronic Communication Systems Fundamentals Through Advanced” 5th Ed, Prentice Hall, 2004.
Paul Young, “Electronics Communications Techniques”, 5th Edition, Prentice Hall, 2004.
Mullet , “Basic Telecommunications:The Physical Layer”, Thomson Learning, 2003.
Final Exam = 50 %
Coursework = 50 %
Test x 2 = 15 %
Lab Session = 20 %
Lab Test = 10%
Assignments/Quizzes = 5%
A signal is any physical phenomenon which conveys information
Systems respond to signals and produce new signals
Excitationsignals are applied at systeminputs and responsesignals are produced at systemoutputs
A communication system has an information signal plus noise signals
This is an example of a system that consists of an interconnection of smaller systems
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