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EKT 231. COMMUNICATION SYSTEM. LECTURERS 1. Pn ‘Aini Syuhada Md Zain ainisyuhada@unimap.edu.my 2. En Mohamad Suhaizal Abu Hassan suhaizal @u nimap.edu.my 3. Pn. Dayang Khadijah Hamzah (PLV) h_dayang@unimap.edu.my. SYNOPSIS. The aim of this subject is :

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ekt 231

EKT 231

COMMUNICATION SYSTEM

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LECTURERS

1. Pn ‘Aini Syuhada Md Zain

ainisyuhada@unimap.edu.my

2. En Mohamad Suhaizal Abu Hassan

suhaizal@unimap.edu.my

3. Pn. Dayang Khadijah Hamzah (PLV)

h_dayang@unimap.edu.my

synopsis
SYNOPSIS

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),

Digital Modulation,

Noise in Communication System, Transmission System and Transmission Lines.

references
REFERENCES

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.

assessment
ASSESSMENT

Final Exam = 50 %

Coursework = 50 %

Test x 2 = 15 %

Lab Session = 20 %

Lab Test = 10%

Assignments/Quizzes = 5%

signals and systems defined
Signals and Systems Defined

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 as a system example
A Communication System as a System Example

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

conversions between signal types
Conversions Between Signal Types

Sampling

Quantizing

Encoding

recorded sound as a signal example
Recorded Sound as a Signal Example

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