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Communication Systems

The University of Toledo


Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engineering
EECS4360/5360-001:46084/46085

Instructor: Junghwan Kim Class Location: Palmer Hall 3070


Email: jung.kim@utoledo.edu Class Day/Time: TR 11:10-12:30 PM
Office Hours: MW 10-12 Lab Location: N/A
Office Location: NI 2054 Lab Day/Time: N/A
Office Phone: 4195308182 Credit Hours: 3.0
Term: Fall 2017

COURSE/CATALOG DESCRIPTION
Fourier transform applications in signal analysis and communication. Signals spectra, filtering, AM and
FM modulation, noise and optimum receiver, sampling theorem, multiplexing, PCM, introduction to digital
modulators and demodulators.

Prerequisites: EECS 3200 FOR LEVEL UG WITH MIN. GRADE OF D-

COURSE OVERVIEW
This course is designed to give students an ability to analyze and design a basic analog and digital
communication systems.

STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES

Student will be able to

1. Determine the spectral contents of time-domain signal by applying Fourier analysis.


2. Describe and analyze the mathematical techniques of generation, transmission and
Reception of analog modulation signals.
3. Convert analog signals to digital format using sampling and quantization techniques.
4. Describe and analyze the methods of transmission of digital data using baseband
and carrier modulation techniques.
5. Evaluate the performance of digital data transmission in the presence of additive
white Gaussian noise.
6. Use software to implement the communication system and analyze its performance.
7. Recognize the necessity of life-long learning and engage in life-long learning through
timely exposure to the evolving and new technologies in the field of communications.

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TEACHING STRATEGIES
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PREREQUISITES AND COREQUISITES
1. Signals and Systems (EECS 3200).

REQUIRED TEXTS AND ANCILLARY MATERIALS

Simon Haykin and Michael Moher, Introduction to Analog & Digital Communications, Wiley, 2nd
Edition, 2007. (ISBN: 0-471-43222-9)

TECHNOLOGY REQUIREMENTS
None
UNIVERSITY POLICIES

The University is an equal opportunity educational institution. Please read The Universitys Policy
Statement on Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Disability Americans with Disability Act Compliance.

Academic Accommodations
The University of Toledo is committed to providing equal access to education for all students. If you have a
documented disability or you believe you have a disability and would like information regarding academic
accommodations/adjustments in this course please contact the Student Disability Services Office.
Academic Policies
1.Homework will be assigned at the class time and solution will be posted.

2.Midterms and Final Exam cannot be made up without well-advanced prior notice or unless unusual
circumstance prevails. Medical report or accident report must be submitted if applicable, for example. If
you missed any exams without prior notice mentioned above, score of 0 will be given for corresponding
exam(s).

3. Student who does not take final exam will be failed. In addition, if you do not turn in the exam sheet,
0 points will be given.

4. No make-up is allowed for Quiz. Date and coverage of Quiz will be announced in advance at the class
time.

5. Phone and camera are not allowed to use in the class time and tests (Quiz, Midterm and Final). If you
need to use them, please go outside of the class room! In case you need lecture notes and textbook for
test (in case of Test with Open Book and Notes), you should bring the hard copies only.

6. MISCONDUCT: Students may work together on homework problems or assigned papers, but must
submit their own work. Students are not allowed to work together on exams, tests and Quiz. Any
occurrence of academic misconduct will result in a grade of F in the course. Students that receive a
reduced course grade as a result of academic misconduct will not be allowed to withdraw from the

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course and may not petition for a GPA recalculation after retaking the course. Please refer to the
Academic Dishonesty and Academic Grievance policies for more details.
COURSE EXPECTATIONS
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GRADING
Homework: 10% (Randomly collected and random problem(s) will be graded)
Quiz: 20% (Once a week at large depending on the progress), 1 Midterm: 30% (Closed book/notes)
Final Exam: 40% (Comprehensive, Open book/notes)
*Quiz will be given multiple times throughout the semester for 10-15 Mins.
*Midterm and Final Exam are all In-class tests.

Midterm Grading
Midterm grading is based on the accumulated Quiz and Midterm Test
Final Grading
Grading Scale: Final grade is based on the total scores earned (scaled to 100%)

A>90%, B>80%, C>70%, D>60%, F<60%

COMMUNICATION GUIDELINES
N/A
STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES
N/A
COURSE SCHEDULE
Schedule by Topics:

1. Fourier Representation of Signal and Systems. (3 weeks)

2. Amplitude Modulation. (2 weeks)

3. Angle Modulation. (2 weeks)

4. Pulse Modulation (2 weeks)

5. Digital Band-Pass Modulation (2 weeks)

6. Noise in Analog Communications. (1-1/2 weeks)

7. Noise in Digital Communications. (2 weeks)

Schedule by Week

Week Topic Pages Homework

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1. Introduction: history, applications, resources. (Ch 1) 1-17 None

1 Fourier Transform: definition, properties, time and freq

relation (Sec 2.1-2.3) 19-41 #1

2 Delta function, Fourier transform of periodic signal

(Sec 2.4-2.5) 42-51 #2

3 Time convolution revisited, Ideal LPF (Sec 2.6-2.7) 52-69

Correlation and Spectral Density (Sec 2.8-2.9) 70-80 #3

4. Amplitude modulation, Its Introduction (Sec 3.1-3.2) 100-113 #4

4. DSB and Quad-Multiplexing (Sec 3.3-3.5) 114-122 #5

5. SSB and band pass filters (Sec 3.6 and 3.8) 123-141

6. Angle modulation, definitions and properties (Sec 4-1-4.2) 153-158 #6

Midterm (30%) - Closed Book/Notes

7. PM and FM, narrow band FM (Sec 4.3-4.4) 159-163 #7

7. Wideband FM, FM Bandwidth (Sec 4.5-4.6) 164-171

8. FM signal generation/demodulation (Sec 4.7-4.8) 172-181 #8

8. Sampling Process and PAM/PPM (Sec 5.1-5.3) 191-202 #9

9. A/D conversion, Quantization and PCM (Sec 5.4-5.6) 203-210

10. Digital modulation: BASK/BPSK/BFSK (Sec 7.1-7.4) 262-280 #10

11. Non-coherent and M-ary modulation (Sec 7.6-7.7) 291-298

12. Digital signal constellation (Sec 7.8) 299-302 #11

13. Noise, SNR in analog modulation (Sec 9.1-9.3). 365-376 #12

14. BER and optimum detection of BPSK (Sec 10.1, 4) 395-407

14. Detection of QPSK under noise (Sec 10.5) 408-413 #13

15. Detection of BFSK under noise (Sec 10.6) 414-415 #14

15. Performance summary of digital Modulations (Sec 10.8) 418-421

16. Final Comprehensive Exam (40 %) - Open Book/Notes

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