25511 - Syllabus Calendar Description SYSC 3501 [0.5...

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Syllabus Calendar Description SYSC 3501 [0.5 credit] (formerly 94.351*) Communication Theory Review of signals, linear systems and Fourier theory; signal bandwidth and spectra; digital waveform coding; introduction to analog and digital modulation systems; synchronization; characterization and effects of noise; link budgets; communications media and circuits; applications to current communications systems. Precludes additional credit for SYSC 3503. Prerequisites: MATH 3705 and SYSC 3600 and STAT 3502 (STAT 3502 may be taken concurrently). Lectures three hours a week and laboratory three hours alternate weeks. Students who have not satisfied the prerequisites for this course must either: a) withdraw from the course immediately; or b) submit a prerequisite waiver online at www.sce.carleton.ca/ughelp and have it approved; otherwise they will be deregistered from the course after the last day to register for courses in the Winter 2010 term. . Course Website www.sce.carleton.ca/courses/sysc-3501/w10 Professors Section Name E-Mail Telephone Office Office Hours A Dr Peter Liu xpliu@sce.carleton.ca 520-2600 ext 1774 4252 ME W 13:00 - 15:00 B Dr. Andrew Marble amarble@sce.carleton.ca 520-2600 ext 2963 4480 ME By Appointment Lecture Schedule Section Room Lecture Time A SA304 TR 13:05 – 14:25 B ME3380 TR14:35 - 15:55 Laboratory Schedule Section L1O L2E L3O Time T (odd) 8:35 - 11:25 F (even) 8:35 - 11:25 F (odd) 8:35 - 11:25 Section L4E L5O L6E Time F (even) 14:35 - 17:25 M (odd) 14:35 - 17:25 M (even) 8:35 - 11:25 Odd and even weeks are determined by the course outline (the first week is week 1 and is odd). Note that winter break is not counted as a week. Refer to the course outline to avoid confusion. It is your responsibility not to miss a laboratory! This file has been download from: http://www.pdffilestore.com/preview/26/25511.shtml
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Textbook L.W. Couch II, Digital and Analog Communication Systems , 7th Edition, Prentice-Hall, 2007. H.P.E. Stern and S.A. Mahmoud, Communication Systems - Analysis and Design , Pearson Prentice Hall, 2004. Other References S. Haykin, Communication Systems , Fourth Edition, Wiley, 2001. TK5101.H37 2000 B.P. Lathi, Modern Digital and Analog Communication Systems , Oxford University Press, 1998. TK5101.L333 Marking Scheme Maximum of {Scheme #1, Scheme #2, Scheme #3} Scheme #1 Scheme #2 Scheme #3 In-class Test #1 (Thursday Feb. 11, 2010) 15% 10% 20% In-class Test #2 (Thursday Mar. 18, 2010) 15% 20% 10% Assignments 10% 10% 10% Laboratories 15% 15% 15% Final Exam 45% 45% 45% Whichever marking scheme is used, a student will receive an F (or FND ) if they: 1. Failed to achieve a passing grade (50%) in the laboratories OR 2. Missed more than one lab OR 3. Failed to achieve a passing grade (50%) in the final exam
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