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Course Code ECE308 Course Category Course Title DIGITAL COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS Courses with numerical and conceptual focus Course Planner 16779::Gunjan Gandhi Lectures 3.0 Tutorials Practicals Credits 0.0 0.0 3.0

TextBooks Sr No T-1 Title Communication Systems Reference Books Sr No R-1 R-2 R-3 Other Reading Sr No OR-1 OR-2 OR-3 OR-4 OR-5 Journals articles as Compulsary reading (specific articles, complete reference) http://web.mit.edu/millitsa/www/resources/pdfs/joe.pdf , www.waset.org/journals/waset/v8/v8-47.pdf , www.waset.org/journals/waset/v45/v45-110.pdf , Electronics for you: http://www.electronicsforu.com/electronicsforu/default.asp , Electronics free journal lists: http://www.icast.org.in/ejournal/ejournalsubject.php?subject=Engineering&n=0 , Title Electronic Communication System Digital Communications Author Wayne Tomasi J. .Proakis Edition 2nd 5th 2nd Year Publisher Name Tata McGraw Hill, India Pearson Education Mc graw Hill Principle of Communication Systems Taub & Schilling Author Simon Haykin Edition 4th Year Publisher Name Willey Publication,Washington

Relevant Websites Sr No RW-1 RW-2 RW-3 RW-4 RW-5 RW-6 RW-7 (Web address) (only if relevant to the course) Salient Features http://ocw.mit.edu/OcwWeb/Electrical-Engineering-and- Computer-Science/6-450Fall- Web course contents : Video lectures, lecture notes, contents, pdf 2006/CourseHome/index.htm contents. http://www.complextoreal.com/tutorial.html tutorial portal

http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/14410- ask-ook-fsk-bpsk-qpsk- Excellent Matlab Material 8psk-modulations http://nptel.iitm.ac.in/video.php?courseId=1066 http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk1077/technologies_tech_n ote09186a00801149b3.shtml http://nptel.iitm.ac.in/courses/Webcourse-contents/IISc-BANG/Data %20Communication/Learning%20Material%20-%20DataCommunication.pdf www.ele.uri.edu/Courses/ele436/labs/ASKnFSK.pdf NPTEL web portal for digital communication PCM concepts Advantages og digital communication ASK introduction

edu. PWM. PPM and given PWM concepts Introduction of analog Student will understand pulse modulation is to be the PAM .4 Lecture 3 Introduction to digital communication(Sampling rate) Introduction to digital communication(aliasing) T-1:ch 3.pdf Gaussian minimum phase shift keying LTP week distribution: (LTP Weeks) Weeks before MTE Weeks After MTE Spill Over 7 6 2 Detailed Plan For Lectures Week Number Lecture Number Broad Topic(Sub Topic) Chapters/Sections of Text/reference books Other Readings.tr/~fahri/mobile_L7.4 T-1:ch 3. PPM and given PWM concepts Sampling theorem is to be discussed students will grasp knowledge of basis of A to D conversion T-1:ch 3. Planned Week 1 Lecture 1 Introduction to digital communication(Advantages of digital transmission over analog) Introduction to digital communication(PAM) Introduction to digital communication(PWM) Introduction to digital communication(PPM) Introduction to digital communication(Comparison between PAM.4 T-1:ch 3. PPM and given PWM concepts Introduction of analog Student will understand pulse modulation is to be the PAM .RW-8 staff.3 Introduction of analog Student will understand pulse modulation is to be the PAM .6 .neu.1 Student will understand the foundation of digital communication system Lecture 2 T-1:ch 3.6 T-1:ch 3. Audio Visual Aids. PPM and PCM) R-1:5.2 T-1:ch 3.2 limiting conditions for In depth knowledge of sampling theorem will be theorem will be discussed understood by student Effect of quantization error is to be discussed Effect of quantization error is to be discussed Student will understand the Quantization error and its types Student will understand the Quantization error and its type Week 2 Lecture 4 Introduction to digital communication(Quantization error) Introduction to digital communication(uniform and non uniform quantization) T-1:ch 3. software and Virtual Labs RW-6 Difference between analog and digital and analog commu nication to be discussed Learning Outcomes Pedagogical Tool Demonstration/ Case Study / Images / animation / ppt etc. Lecture Description Relevant Websites. PPM and given PWM concepts Introduction of analog Student will understand pulse modulation is to be the PAM .

5 .4.14 student will be able to understand how to improve errors of PCM students will understand causes and remedies for ISI student will understand how receiver quality can be measured student will understand difference between different line coding techniques and comparison in terms of bandwidth and PSD Week 4 Lecture 10 T-1:ch 4.7 T-1:ch 3.5 T-1:ch 4.7 T-1:3. .11 Lecture 11 DIgital carrier line encoding and multiplexing technqiues(NRZ and RZ types) T-1:ch 3.16 Lecture 9 Pulse code modulation(Differential pulse code modulation) Pulse code modulation(intersymbol interefernce) Pulse code modulation(eye pattern) T-1:ch 3.4 parameter for student will understand determining efficient parameter to determine coding will be discussed efficiency of coding Introduction of pulse student will understand code modulation is to be benefit for using given companding technique bandwidth considerations student will understand of PCM will be basis for pulse code discussed modulation transmitter and receiver student will understand of Pulse code modulation basis for pulse code is to be discussed modulation Introduction of pulse Student will understand code modulation is to be the given modulation scheme with student will understand better bit rate is to be advantages and discussed limitations of delta modulation Improved modulation technique to overcome limitations of delta modulation is to be discussed better version of PCM will be discussed Major type of distortion while transmission of data will be discussed method for analysis of receiver quality will be discussed different line coding techniques will be discussed students will understand improved version of delta modulation T-1:ch 3.4.4.7 page 203 R-1:ch 5.4.7 T-1:ch 3.Week 2 Lecture 5 Introduction to digital communication(Dynamic range) R-2:ch 10.3 parameter for measurement of variation of power will be discussed students will understand physical and mathematical significance of dynamic range Introduction to digital communication(coding efficiency) Lecture 6 Introduction to digital communication(companding and different laws of companding) Pulse code modulation(Bandwidth of PCM) Pulse code modulation(Block diagram of PCM) Introduction to digital communication(PCM) Week 3 Lecture 7 Pulse code modulation(Delta modulation) R-2:ch 10.13 Lecture 8 Pulse code modulation (continuously variable slope delta modulation) T-1:ch 3.7 T-1:ch 3.

3.7 R-1:ch 5.5.2 Lecture 15 Amplitude Shift Keying(Bit Rate.3 .Week 4 Lecture 11 DIgital carrier line encoding and multiplexing technqiues(signalling format for unipolar.2.ch 13.5 T-1:ch 3.5. polar and bipolar (AMI) and manchester coding and their power spectra ( no derivation)) DIgital carrier line encoding and multiplexing technqiues(HDB and B8ZS signalling) T-1:ch 3.ch 13.1 . its types and example in american communication will be discussed DIgital carrier line encoding and multiplexing technqiues(Statistical TDM) T-1:ch 3.3 .3.3.5. its types and example in american communication will be discussed time division multiplexing.7 R-1:ch 5.9 R-1:ch 5.Test 1 Introduction of time division multiplexing is need to be discussed time divisionmultiplexing.ch 5.ch 5.5 Lecture 14 Amplitude Shift Keying (Information capacity) R-1:ch 13.9 R-1:ch 5.5 different line coding techniques will be discussed student will understand difference between different line coding techniques and comparison in terms of bandwidth and PSD student will understand difference between different line coding techniques and comparison in terms of bandwidth and PSD Student will understand the Fundamentals of time division multiplexing student will understand major multiplexing technique used in digital communication student will understand major multiplexing technique used in digital communication student will understand major multiplexing technique used in digital communication T-1:ch 3.9.9 R-1:ch 5.5 Quiz.3 .5.1 .5 DIgital carrier line encoding and multiplexing technqiues(T1 digital carrier system) T-1:ch 3.5.2.5 different line coding techniques will be discussed Lecture 12 Week 5 Lecture 13 DIgital carrier line encoding and multiplexing technqiues (Fundamentals of time division multiplexing) DIgital carrier line encoding and multiplexing technqiues(TDM PCM) T-1:ch 3.5. its types and example in american communication will be discussed time divisionmultiplexing.2 .9 R-1:ch 5.5. Baud & M-Ary Encoding) Amplitude Shift Keying (Amplitude Shift Keying (ASK)) R-2:9.5.3 .3 R-2:ch 9.3 .ch 5.2 factors effecting limit on students will understand amount of data that can constraints on capacity be transmitted will be of transmission channel discussed factors effecting limit on students will understand amount of data that can constraints on capacity be transmitted will be of transmission channel discussed difference between bit student will understand rate and baud rate will be the significance of baud discussed rate in communciaiton RW-7 Introduction to Student will understand Amplitude Shift Keying the concept behind is to be given Frequency Shift Keying which is a type of band pass modulation Amplitude Shift Keying(Shannon Limit for Information capacity) R-1:ch 13.ch 5.3.

7 R-1:ch 6.5 .3 Parameters of FSK like bit rate .Test 2 Error analysis of ASK need to be discudded Introduction to Frequency Shift Keying is to be given Student will understand the BER analysis of ASK Student will understand the concept behind Frequency Shift Keying which is a type of band pass modulation Student will understand the parameters of FSK .3 RW-7 Frequency domain analysis of ASK is need to be discussed Student will understand the ASK spectrum and the y can able to compare with FSK and PSK spectrum Amplitude Shift Keying(ASK modulator) Lecture 17 Amplitude Shift Keying(Coherant ASK detector) R-2:ch 9.7 R-1:ch 6. and they can compare with the different types of band pass modulation Student will understand the parameters of FSK .3 T-1:ch 6.3 RW-7 Lecture 18 Week 7 Lecture 19 Amplitude Shift Keying (probability of error in ASK) Frequency Shift keying(Frequency Shift Keying (FSK)) T-1:ch 4.3 Parameters of FSK like bandwidth is to be discussed Frequency Shift keying(FSK Transmitter) Lecture 21 Frequency Shift keying(Noncoherent FSK Detector) T-1:ch 6.ch 6.7 R-1:ch 6. and bandwidth is to be discussed Frequency Shift keying(Bandwidth and Frequency Spectrum of FSK) T-1:ch 6.ch 6.ch 6.7 R-1:ch 6.ch 6.3 FSK modulation is to be Student will understand discussed how FSK modulated signal will generate FSK demodulation is to be discussed Student will understand non the coherent detection of FSK and they will able to compare with coherent detection .3 RW-7 Amplitude Shift Keying (Noncoherant ASK detector) R-2:ch 9.5 . baud rate .3 RW-7 ASK modulation is to be Student will understand discussed how ASK modulated signal will generate ASK demodulation is to Student will understand be discussed the coherent detection of ASK and they will able to compare with non coherent detection ASK demodulation is to Student will understand be discussed non the coherent detection of ASK and they will able to compare with coherent detection Quiz.3 Lecture 20 T-1:ch 6.5 . and they can compare with the different types of band pass modulation R-2:ch 9.3 Frequency Shift keying(FSK Bit Rate and Baud rate) T-1:ch 6.Week 6 Lecture 16 Amplitude Shift Keying(ASK spectrum) R-2:ch 9.5 .5 .7 R-1:ch 6.ch 6.

Week 7 Lecture 21 Frequency Shift keying(Coherent FSK Detector) T-1:ch 6.ch 6.3 page 359 QPSK modulation is to be discussed QPSK demodulation is to be discussed T-1:ch 6.3 Lecture 24 T-1:ch 6.3 Lecture 26 T-1:ch 6.3 page 354 Lecture 27 M-ary Phase shift keying(QPSK transmitter) M-ary Phase shift keying(QPSK demodulator) T-1:ch 6.7 R-1:ch 6.3 FSK demodulation is to be discussed Student will understand the coherent detection of FSK and they will able to compare with non coherent detection Student will understand the BER analysis of FSK Frequency Shift keying(probability of error in FSK) T-1:ch 6.3 page 361 Error analysis of QPSK need to be discussed .5 .5 .3 Frequency domain Student will understand analysis of BPSK is need the BPSK spectrum and to be discussed the y can able to compare with FSK and ASK spectrum BPSK modulation is to be discussed Student will understand how BPSK modulated signal will generate Lecture 23 Binary Phase Shift keying(BPSK transmitter) Binary Phase Shift keying (Coherant PSK detection) T-1:ch 6.3 Introduction to Binary phase Shift Keying is to be given Student will understand the concept behind Binary phase Shift Keying which is a type of band pass modulation Binary Phase Shift keying(BPSK Spectrum) T-1:ch 6.3 page 359 Week 10 Lecture 28 M-ary Phase shift keying(offset QPSK) T-1:ch 6.3 BPSK demodulation is to Student will understand be discussed the coherent detection of BPSK and they will able to compare with non coherent detection Error analysis of BPSK need to be discudded Introduction to Quadrature phase Shift Keying is to be given Student will understand the BER analysis of BPSK Student will understand the concept behind Quadrature phase Shift Keying which is a type of band pass modulation Student will understand how QPSK modulated signal will generate Student will understand the coherent detection of QPSK and they will able to compare with non coherent detection Student will understand the BER analysis of QPSK Week 9 Lecture 25 Binary Phase Shift keying (probability of error in BPSK) M-ary Phase shift keying (Quadrature Phase Shift Keying (QPSK)) T-1:ch 6.3 Error analysis of FSK need to be discudded MID-TERM Week 8 Lecture 22 Binary Phase Shift keying(Binary Phase Shift Keying) T-1:ch 6.ch 6.7 R-1:ch 6.

g.3 page 361 Introduction to pi by 4 Quadrature phase Shift Keying is to be given Student will understand the concept behind the pi by 4 Quadrature phase Shift Keying which is a type of band pass modulation Student will understand the concept behind the M array Binary phase Shift Keying which is a type of band pass modulation Student will understand the concept behind the Quadrature Amplitude Modulation Student will understand how QAM modulated signal will generate Lecture 29 M-ary Phase shift keying(M-Ary BPSK e.6 QAM demodulation is to Student will understand be discussed the coherent detection of QAM and they will able to compare with non coherent detection Quiz.4 Lecture 35 Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum Technique(Use of Spread Spectrum with CDMA) Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum Technique(Ranging Using Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum) Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum Technique(Principle behind Spread Spectrum techniques) Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum Techique(Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum) T-1:ch 7.1 Lecture 38 T-1:ch 7.Week 10 Lecture 28 M-ary Phase shift keying(pi/4 QPSK) T-1:ch 6.4 Introduction to M array QAM is to be given Week 11 Lecture 31 R-2:ch 9.Test 3 Introduction to Minimum Student will understand shift keying is to be the concept behind the given Minimum shift keying RW-8 Introduction to Gaussian Student will understand Minimum shift keying is the concept behind the to be given Gaussian Minimum shift keying Use of Spread Spectrum with Code division multiple access is need to be discussed Ranging using Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum is need to be discussed Principle of spread spectrum techniques need to be discussed Introduction to Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum is to be given Student will understand the Application of spread spectrum with CDMA Student will understand the Ranging process using Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum Student will understand the Principle behind Spread Spectrum techniques Student will understand the concept behind the Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum Lecture 33 Week 12 Lecture 34 Minimum Shift Keying(Minimum Shift Keying) Minimum Shift Keying(Gaussian minimum shift keying) R-1:ch 6.3 Lecture 36 R-1:ch 15.6 QAM modulation is to be discussed Lecture 32 R-2:ch 9.4 Week 13 Lecture 37 T-1:ch 7.3.7 R-1:ch 15.3 R-1:ch 15. 8 PSK & 16 PSK) T-1:ch 6.5 .3 page 362 Introduction to M array BPSK is to be given Lecture 30 M-ary Phase shift keying (Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (QAM) M-ary Phase shift keying(8 QAM & 16 QAM transmitters) M-ary Phase shift keying(8 QAM & 16 QAM receivers) T-1:ch 6.

Week 13 Lecture 39 Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum Techique(Generation & Characteristics of PN Sequence) T-1:ch 7. BPSK .2 Generation and Characteristics of PN Sequence is need to be discussed Student will understand the Generation and Characteristics of PN Sequence SPILL OVER Week 14 Lecture 40 revision revision of topics covered in previous lectures is to be discussed revision of topics covered in previous lectures is to be discussed Lecture 41 revision Scheme for CA: Component Quiz.Test Frequency 2 Total :Out Of 3 Each Marks Total Marks 10 10 20 20 Details of Academic Task(s) AT No. M array PSK . Objective Topic of the Academic Task Nature of Academic Task (group/individuals/field work Individual Individual Individual Evaluation Mode Allottment / submission Week 3/4 5/6 10 / 11 Test 1 Test 2 Quiz 1 to check learning skills of students to check learning skills of students to check logical ability of students Introduction to digital communication . MSK Test Test Quiz . ASK FSK . Pulse code modulation DIgital carrier line encoding and multiplexing technqiues .

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