ES 440: Analog and Digital Communications I and Lab (3)

Spring 2010

 

 Activity

Activity Location

Instructor

Office in Salazar Blg

Office hours

Email

Tel

Lectures: Mon 1:50-3:50 PM

Salazar Blg. Room 2009A

Dr. Ali Kujoory

Room 2005

Tue 11:30 AM -2:00 PM & Thu 1:00-2:00 PM or by appointment

ali.kujoory@ieee.org

(707) 664-2030

Labs: Tue 1:30- 4 :00 PM

Salazar Blg. Room 2005

Dr. Sazia Eliza

Room 2007

Tue & Thu 10:30 AM to 11:30 AM 

saziaeliza@gmail.com

(707) 664-2030

 

Course Description:  Lecture 2 hours, Laboratory 3 hours. Mathematical modeling of signals, time and frequency domain concepts, spectral density, components of a communications system, analog signal transmission. AM, FM and PM modulation and demodulation techniques, noise and bandwidth, link analysis. Laboratory work.

Prerequisites: ES 230, and ES 400; or consent of instructor.

 

Course Objective:

·       Develop an understanding of the mathematical modeling of signals, time and frequency domain concepts.

·       Understand the components of a communications system.

·       Understand analog signal transmission.

·       Understand amplitude modulation and frequency modulation.

·       Understand noise, bandwidth, and link analysis.

 

Textbook:  “Digital and Analog Communication Systems”, 7th Edition, L. Couch, Prentice Hall, 2007, ISBN-13: 9780131424920.

 

Course Slides: We will go through the course slides in the class available at http://www.sonoma.edu/users/k/kujoory/              (see below)

I urge you to download and review the slides before each class.  You are required to read the textbook after each class for further reinforcement.

 

Lab Instructions:  Please got to       http://www.sonoma.edu/users/e/eliza/

 

Attendance: Attendance is mandatory.  There will be no excused absences except in the case of emergencies that could be substantiated.

 

Class Participation:  Your participation in the class and in discussions is valued.  Read the slides before you come to class and  develop questions to raise in the class

 

Homework:  Homework (see the list below) will be assigned periodically.  Submit your assignment in hard copy at the beginning of the due session.  Late submission will not be accepted and will receive zero. You must use MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), or text.  Hand-written solutions are not accepted.  Be neat, and organized.  There will be points for your presentation.

                Solving problems in this course is essential.   You can use the Student Solution Manual available at http://lcouch.us or http://www.couch.ece.ufl.edu to practice extra problem solving

               

Exams:  A mid-term and a final exam.  Exams are not optional.  You will receive zero if you do not appear for and exam.

 

Grading:  The course grades will be based on the following:

·      Homework assignments             30%

·      Midterm                                        15%

·      Final exam                                    30%

·      Lab                                                 25%

 

Academic Honesty:  You are responsible to behave ethically & honestly.  Copying, cheating, forgery, and other unethical or dishonest actions are not tolerated.  See http://www.sonoma.edu/uaffairs/policies/cheating_plagiarism.htm

 

My Expectations:

·         Arrive on time to attend the class.  Unexcused absences will affect your grade.

·         Turn off cell phones, earphones and other distracting devices.

·         Preview the slides before each lecture and after the lecture.

·         Be responsible for materials covered in every class.

·         Hand in your assignments on time at the beginning of the class.

·         Speak up whenever you have suggestions or questions.

 

Learning Outcome:

·         Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and technology principles to understand technological systems plus a broad understanding of the common terminologies and basic concepts used in analog and digital communications.

·         Ability to use computational methods, skills, computers, and current technical tools in practice.

·         Ability to analyze systems and conduct experiments.

·         Ability to analyze and interpret data to solve technical problems.

                                                                                                                                                              

Tentative Schedule: Syllabus of each Chapter to be Covered, Homework Assignments and Due Dates. HW problems are from end of the chapters in the textbook unless indicated differently.  The Lab instructor will provide the syllabus for the lab sessions.

 

Dates

Lecture Chapters

Homework # Due

Chapter Syllabus

MON 2/1

2:00-3:50 PM

Course Intro + Ch_1: Introduction to Analog & Digital Communication

 

Historical Perspective, Digital and Analog Sources and Systems, Deterministic and Random Waveforms, Block Diagram of a Communication System, Frequency Allocations, Propagation of Electromagnetic Waves, Channel Capacity and Ideal Communication Systems (Chapter_1).

MON 2/8

Ch_1

 

MON 2/15

2:00-3:50 PM

Ch_1

 

MON 2/22

2:00-3:50 PM

Ch_2:  Signals And Spectra

HW1: 1-1, 3, 4, 6, 15

Properties of Signals and Noise, Fourier Transform and Spectra, Power Spectral Density and Autocorrelation Function, Orthogonal Series Representation of Signals and Noise, Fourier Series,  Review of Linear Systems, Bandlimited Signals and Noise, Discrete Fourier Transform, Bandwidth of Signals (Chapter_2).

MON 3/1

2:00-3:50 PM

Ch_2

 

MON 3/8

2:00-3:50 PM

Ch-2

HW2: 2-2, 3, 6, 7, 12, 14, 15

MON 3/15

2:00-3:50 PM

Ch2

 

MON 3/22

2:00-3:50 PM

Ch_3: Baseband Pulse and Digital Signaling

HW3: 2-15, 18, 27, 70, 71, 73

Pulse Amplitude Modulation, Pulse Code Modulation (Chapter_3).

MON 3/29

2:00-3:50 PM

Ch_3, Followed By Midterm

 

MON 4/5

2:00-3:50 PM

No Class

MON 4/12

2:00-3:50 PM

Ch_4:  Bandpass Signaling Principles And Circuits

Complex Envelope Representation of Bandpass Waveforms,  Representation of Modulated Signals, Spectrum of Bandpass Signals, Evaluation of Power, Bandpass Filtering and Linear Distortion, Bandpass Sampling Theorem, Received Signal Plus Noise, Classification of Filters and Amplifiers, Nonlinear Distortion, Limiters, Mixers, Up Converters, and Down Converters, Frequency Multipliers, Detector Circuits, Phase-Locked Loops and Frequency Synthesizers, Transmitters and Receivers, Software Radios (Chapter_4)

MON 4/19

2:00-3:50 PM

Ch_4

HW4: 3-1, 2, 4, 9, 10

MON 4/26

2:00-3:50 PM

Ch_4

MON 5/3

2:00-3:50 PM

Ch_5:  AM, and FM Modulated Systems

HW5: 4-1, 3, 4, 6, 9

Amplitude Modulation, AM Broadcast Technical Standards, Double-Sideband Suppressed Carrier, Costas Loop and Squaring Loop, Asymmetric Sideband Signals, Phase Modulation and Frequency Modulation, Frequency-Division Multiplexing and FM Stereo, FM Broadcast Technical Standards (Chapter_5)

MON 5/10

2:00-3:50 PM

Ch_5

MON 5/17 2:00-3:50 PM

Course Review, Questions And Answers

HW6: 4-11, 16, 22, 35, & 5-1, 2

MON 5/24

Final

Covers all chapters


References:

·         “Introduction to analog and Digital Communications”, S. Haykin & M. Moher, 2nd ed., John Wiley & Son, 2007, ISBN: 978-0-471-43222-7.

·         “Communication System”, S. Haykin, 4th, John Wiley & Son, 2001, ISBN: 0-471-17869-1.

·         “Analog and Digital Communications”, Hwei HSU, 2nd ed., Schaum Series Outline, McGraw-Hill, 2003, ISBN 0-07-140228-4.

·         “Analog and Digital Communications”, Martin & Roden, 5th ed., Discovery Press, 2003, ISBN: 0964696975.

·         “Digital Communication Systems Fundamentals and Applications”, Bernard Sklar, Prentice Hall, 1987, ISBN: 0132119390.