Communication Engineering (ILV)

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Course lecturer:

FH-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr. techn.

 Klaus Raab

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FH-Prof. DI (FH) DI Dr.

 Jürgen Schussmann

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Specialization AreaElectronics
Course numberB2.05272.50.410
Course codeNT
Curriculum2018
Semester of degree program Semester 5
Mode of delivery Presencecourse
SPPW3,0
ECTS credits4,0
Language of instruction German

The students are able to list the necessary functional blocks for the transmission of signals over transmission channels (baseband and high-frequency bands). They are able to determine the achievable transmission rates over a transmission channel with given parameters (bandwidth, min. signal-to-noise ratio at the receiver) and to take measures to reduce bit error rates (error detection/-correction).
They know about the properties of basic modulations schemes and are able to determine the necessary bandwidth for the transmission of an analog or digital signal.
They are able to list properties of different propagation channels.

Signal and image processing

Introduction - history of communications engineering
Digital transmission at baseband (block diagram, line codes, noise, pulse shaping, data rate) High frequency transmission (multiple access, block diagram)
Information theory and coding (entropy, channel capacity, redundancy, source and channel coding). Modulation (analogue and digital modulation formats) Transmission media
Laboratory exercises with training platform (NI Elvis/EMONA Datex)

M. Werner, Nachrichtentechnik, Vieweg, 4. Auflage, 2003.
M. Meyer, Kommunikationstechnik - Konzepte der modernen Nachrichtenübertragung, Vieweg, 2. Auflage, 2002.

Lecture with integrated exercises
Lab exercise (with NI Elvis/EMONA Datex platform) in groups of 16 students max.

Lab exercise and protocols, written exam