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EHN 351 - Analog Communications

Course Objectives

1.To provide the concepts about analysis and design of analog communication systems.
2.To teach analog amplitude and exponential modulation types and their analysis methods.
3.To prepare students for advanced level digital communication courses.

Course Description

Introduction to communication systems, modulation techniques, limitations in communication. Spectral analysis. Energy and power spectral density. Transmission of signals over linear systems. The amplitude modulation (AM) techniques: Carrier amplitude modulation, suppressed carrier double sideband modulation, single sideband modulation, vestigial sideband modulation. Amplitude modulators, demodulators. Exponential modulation techniques: Frequency and phase (FM, PM) modulation. Frequency modulators, demodulators. Frequency division multiplexing (FDM). AM radio broadcasting, FM radio broadcasting, superheterodyne receivers. Stereo FM. Television broadcasting.

Course Coordinator
Güneş Zeynep Karabulut Kurt
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