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Communication Systems
13 Dec 2016
Lecture # 1
Batch 15 EL

Subject Teacher
Dr. Abdul Sattar Saand
B.E (Electrical-QUEST) M.E (Communication Systems & Networks) MUET.
PhD Communication, UTP Malaysia
Assistant Professor
Department of Electrical Engineering QUEST Nawabshah
Ex-Senior Engineer Telecom (IP& Multimedia broadband) PTCL
Ex-Lecturer NED UET Karachi
Member PEC, Member PMI @USA
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Objectives of the Course-


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Synopsis
This course introduces students
Communication Systems
This course will give you a comprehensive overview of a wide range of
communications systems and networks, including voice, data, video, and
multimedia.
Class Content and Objective:
The content of "Communication Systems" represents the basic knowledge
necessary for transmitting and receiving information using today's
communication technologies.
The techniques that will be studied involve coding information onto a carrier
(modulation) which is then transmitted.
The received signal is then decoded (demodulated) yielding the original
information. Emphasis will be given to modulation of both analog and digital
signals.
The modulation techniques covered will include Amplitude Modulation (AM),
Frequency Modulation (FM), Time-Division Modulation (TDM) and
Frequency Shift Keying (FSK).
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Objectives of Course
Networks
Including (Wired and Wireless). Usually a physical medium, such as a copper
wire or optical fiber. A wireless medium, such as radio or infrared light, also
may be employed.
Communication: Is the transmission of Information
Information: may be Data in the form of (Video, Audio, Image or Text)
Data: Can analog or Digital
Electronic Communication: The communication system that involves the field
of electronics to accomplish the task.
The Communication Systems: The function of communication system is to
transfer information from one point to another via some communication link.
Telecommunications: is the transfer of information (communications) from a
transmitter or sender to a receiver across a distance (Tele).
Tele (Far) + Communications. Communication at a distance.
The information can be voice, data, video, image, or some combination of
these in other words, multimedia.

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Modulation
Process of putting information onto a high frequency
carrier for transmission
Intelligence Signal
The low frequency information that modulates the carrier
Intelligence
Low-frequency information modulated onto a high
frequency carrier in a transmitter
Demodulation
Process of removing intelligence from the high frequency
carrier in a receiver

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At this point you may be thinking, why bother to go through


this modulation/demodulation process?
Why not just transmit the information directly? The problem is
that the frequency of the human voice ranges from about 20 to
3000 Hz. If everyone transmitted those frequencies directly as
radio waves, interference would cause them all to be
ineffective.
Another limitation of equal importance is the virtual
impossibility of transmitting such low frequencies since the
required antennas for efficient propagation would be miles in
length.
The solution is modulation, which allows propagation of the
low-frequency intelligence with a high-frequency carrier.

Subject: Communication Systems Subject Teacher: Dr. Abdul Sattar Saand

Tentative Schedule of the Lectures


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NO.OF
Topic # NAME OF TOPIC
HRS.

01 Subject Overview & Introduction 01


Ages of Communication Systems ,Types and Technologies
,(lect#1)
02 Basic Elements / Components of Electronic 01
Communication Systems (2)
03 Basic Terminologies and units used In Communication 01
System (3)
04 Frequency , Frequency Spectrum and Bandwidth , (4,5) 02
05 Important Communication Systems Design Considerations 01
(6)
06 SNR- Signal-to Noise Ratio and Decibels (7,8) 02

07 Modulation & Demodulation, Amplitude Modulation (9,10,11) 03


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Tentative Schedule of the Lectures
09 Frequency and Phase Modulation (12,13,14) 03
10 Multiplexing ( Analog and Digital ) Frequency Division Multiplexing (15) 01
11 Time Division Multiplexing and PCM (16,17) 02
12 Telephony and Telegraphy -Introduction 02
Basic Structures of PSTN and Telephony Components and Equipments
(18,19)
13 Telephony Components/ Equipments (20,21) 02
14 Telephony Signaling System and basic call setup (22,23,24) 03
15 [TEST-2]
16 Guided Transmission Media and Optical Fiber Communication (25) 01
17 Optical Fiber Types and Construction Working Principles (26) 01
18 Optical Fiber Losses and Attenuation , applications , Advantages (27,28) 02
And disadvantages
19 Optical Fiber Systems , Optical Fiber Link (29) 01
20 Microwaves and Satellite Communications Microwave Fundamentals (30) 01
21 Wave propagation and Microwave Link (31) 01
22 RADAR System and Principles of RADAR (32,33) 02
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23 Satellite Communication- Fundamentals 02
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24 Satellite Components and Types and applications (34,35) 02


25 [TEST-2]
26 Radio Transmitter and Receiver (36,37) 02
One Day Seminar on
Smart Communication Systems Environment
27 Television System- Scanning and Synchronization (38,39) 02
28 Modulation of Video and Audio Signals (40,41) 02
29 Block diagram an d Typical Circuit and Color TV (42,43) 02

30 Closed Circuit TV (44) 01


31 Data Communication Systems, Multimedia Systems 03
Internet and Email (45,46,47)
32 Mobile Communication Systems (48,49,50) 02

33 Course Closing Seminar (51,52) 02


Total Lectures 52
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Course Evaluation- ACADEMIC PROCEDURES

Ground Rules!!! As per rules !!!!!!!!

Course Work ..52 Hours


Laboratory Work.25 Hours (12 Practical +Field Visits)

Theory Exam...............75 Marks


25 Marks of Seasonal Work

(attendance with Punctuality + Class Discipline)


Tests
Class presentation
Class work and
Assignments and its timely Submission.

Practical Marks (50 Marks) Viva 20 Marks+ 10 Objective Exam+ Lab work and
Lab attendance 15 Marks).

75% minimum attendance is compulsory


Below 75% attendance ZERO attendance marks.

Subject: Communication Systems Subject Teacher: Dr. Abdul Sattar Saand

Text books: Sources!!!


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REFERENCES AND TEACHING MATERIAL


References
1. Modern Electronic Communication by Jeffrey S Brasley
Gary Miller 9th edition 2013.
2. Frank R. Dungan,
"Electronic Communications Systems, 3rd Ed.",
2002 by Delmar Publishers Inc.
3. George Kennedy & Bernard Davis,
"Electronic Communication Systems, 4th Ed.", by MacMillan/McGraw-
Hill, Inc.
4. Wayne Tomasi,
"Electronic Communications Systems: Fundamentals Through
Advanced, by Prentice-Hall, Inc.
5. A. Bruce Carlson,
"Communications Systems, 3rd Ed.", by McGraw-Hill, Inc.
5.Introduction to Data and Communication Networking,
By Wayne Tomasi-Pearson, 2005 10

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Time Table
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11:30- 12:30-
Days/Time 9-10 10-11 1-30 03-30
12:30 1:30
Mon A B ----------
Sec Sec

Tues A A
Sec Sec Practical Sec-A

Wed B A
Sec Sec

Thurs B B
Sec Sec Practical Sec-B

Fri

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What is Communication?
and
What is Communication System?
What are Communication Processes And
Applications ?

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