Amplitude Modulation: Baseband and carrier communications, Double Sideband (DSB), Single Sideband (SSB), Vestigial Sideband (VSB), Super heterodyne AM Receiver, Carrier Acquisition, Television, Angle Modulation: Instantaneous frequency, Bandwidth of FM/PM, Generation of FM/PM, Demodulation of FM/PM. Noise: Mathematical representation, Signal to Noise Ratio, Noise in AM, FM, and PM systems Pulse Modulation: Sampling and Quantization, Pulse Amplitude Modulation, Pulse Position and Pulse Width Modulation, Quantization Noise, Signal to Quantization Noise Ratio, Pulse code Modulation, Delta Modulation, Frequency Shift Keying, Phase Shift Keying.
1- Analyze the analog-to-digital conversion process with emphasis on Nyquist Sampling Criteria, line coding, pulse shaping and optimum detection functions.
2- Develop and compare the functional blocks of coding/modulation and demodulation/decoding for analog and digital communication systems.
3- Develop and compare the performance of binary, M-ary and spread spectrum digital communications in the presence of noise and interference. Design of linear systematic block coding and its error detection/correction capability is also discussed.
Course Learning Outcomes
1. Understand the basic concepts of the analog and digital communication systems in terms of A/D, D/A conversion.
2. Compute modulation index, bandwidth and power requirements for various analog modulation schemes including AM,FM and PM
3. Model digital communication signals and systems using appropriate modulation techniques along with their constellation diagrams(e.g., BPSK, ASK,QAM etc)
4. Provide sound evaluation of practical digital communication systems in terms of their performance and complexity. (Source coding, Channel coding, example codes BCH, RS codes)
Book Title : Modern Digital and Analog Communication Systems
Author : B. P. Lathi and Zhi Ding
Edition : Latest Edition
Publisher : Oxford University Press