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This page is for the course TELE3113 - Analogue and Digital Communications. The course is a third year elective and generally runs in both session 1 and 2 and serves as an introduction to both analogue and digital communications.

Overview Edit

Telecommunication Fundamentals: Free space propagation characteristics, phasors, fourier transform, spectrum analysis, random signals. Analogue: continuous wave modulation (AM, DSB, SSB, VSB, QAM, FM, and PM), complex envelope, receivers, error and noise analysis. Digital: sampling, quantisation, Digital Baseband (PAM, PWM, PPM, PCM, DM, and line coding), Passband: techniques (Binary and M-ary signaling ASK, PSK, FSK, QPSK, QAM), multiplexing techniques (FDM, TDM, and quadrature multiplexing), intersymbol interference and eye diagrams.Systems: Analogue and Digital PSTN, Satellite Communication fundamentals, Satellite television.
-- UNSW Handbook 2009

Prerequisites Edit

Students undertaking this course are required to have completed ELEC2134.

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