EC1391 Telecommunication Systems Syllabus

EC1391        TELECOMMUNICATION SYSTEMS                           3  0  0  100

AIM
To gain knowledge about microwave, satellite, optical, telephone and cellular communication systems.

OBJECTIVES
•    To have knowledge about characteristics of Transmission and microwave devices.
•    To study about the fundamentals of satellite communication
•    To gain brief knowledge about optical communication
•    To gain knowledge about optical communication
•    To gain knowledge about advances in Telephone systems
•    To understand the essentials of cellular communication systems.

UNIT I        METHODS OF COMMUNICATION                     9
Transmission lines – Types and Characteristics,
Antenna Fundamentals – Different types of antennas & their Characteristics, Radio Frequency wave propagation- Microwave –Principles, Devices (Reflex Klystron, Magnetron, TWT)-(Principles Only) Radar - Pulsed Radar - CW Radar (Principles and Block Diagram Only).

UNIT II        INTRODUCTION TO SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS         9
Satellite orbits- Satellite communication systems –Earth stations- Applications: Surveillance, Navigation, Mobile Communication, TV Broadcast, Satellite Radio, Satellite Telephone-The Internet.

UNIT III     INTRODUCTION TO FIBER OPTIC COMMUNICATION         9
Light wave communication systems – Fiber structure and function types of Fiber – Optical Transmitter & Receiver –Fiber optic Data communication systems
UNIT IV    TELEPHONE SYSTEM AND ITS APPLICATION            9
Telephones –Telephone system- Facsimile- Cellular telephone system-Paging system –Integrated services Digital Networks (ISDN)

UNIT V        CELLULAR RADIO                            9
Citizen’s band Radio, Cordless Telephone, Improved Mobile Telephone service (IMTS), Introduction to Advanced Mobile Phone Service (AMPS), GSM – RF channels and time slots – Voice transmission – Frequency Hopping  - Subscriber ID module – GSM Privacy and Security – IS-95 CDMA PCS – Channels – Forward Channel – Reverse Channel – Voice Coding – Power Control – Hand-off and CDMA Security.

TOTAL : 45
TEXT BOOKS
1.    Louis.E.Frenzel, Communication Electronics – Principles and Application”, 3rd Editions, Tata McGraw-Hill, 2002 (Units I to IV)
2.       Roy Blake, “Wireless Communication Technology”, Thomson Delmar Learning, Second Reprint 2002. (UNIT V Chapters: 10, 11)   

REFERENCES
1.     Wayne Tomasi,”Electronic Communication systems” 4th Edition, Pearson Education, 2001.
2.    Marin Cole, “Introduction to Telecommunications –Voice, Data and Internet”, Pearson Education, 2001.
                             



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