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12EE233 COMMUNICATION

ENGINEERING
Credits 3:0:0
Sugumar D
AP/ECE

Course Objective
Learn the basic principles, concepts and types
of communication systems.
Understand the various design issues in a
communication system.
Gain knowledge about optical communication.

Course Outcome
Analyze and design basic communication
systems, particularly with application to noise
free analog and digital communications.
Apply concepts and techniques from circuit
analysis to communication systems.
Develop the ability to compare and contrast
the strengths and weaknesses of various
communication methods.

Unit I RADIO COMMUNICATION


SYSTEM
Types of signals Analogue and digital signals
-Spectrum of signals Telecommunication
services Telecommunication paths - Concept
of modulation - Principle of AM and FM AM
and FM transmitters and receivers.

Unit-II PULSE AND DIGITAL


COMMUNICATION SYSTEM:
Pulse Amplitude Modulation, Pulse Position
Modulation, Pulse Duration Modulation, Pulse
Code Modulation Differential PCM - Delta
modulation Adaptive Delta modulation Digital modulation systems ASK, FSK, PSK.

UNIT III
DATA COMMUNICATION SYSTEM
Data Communication codes Bar codes
Error control Error detection Error
correction Data communication hardware
Data communication circuits Data
communication Modems.

UNIT IV
TRANSMISSION MEDIUM:
Characteristics of cables Cable types Open
wire, Coaxial, Strip line, optical fibers Wave
guides Rectangular and Circular type Concept of multiplexing FDM and TDM Noise - External noise, Internal noise, S/N
ratio, noise figure Noise and Bandwidth.

UNIT V
TELEVISION:
Scanning process Line scanning, Field
scanning, Interlaced scanning Television
Transmitter - Monochrome and PAL Color
television receiver systems Camera Image
Orthicon Vidicon Picture tubes
Introduction to LCD and LED televisions.

Text Books
Anokh Singh, Principles of Communication Engineering, S.
Chand & Company, New Delhi, 5th Edition, 2010.

Wayne Tomasi, Electronic Communication Systems:


Fundamentals Through Advanced, Pearson Education,
Arizona, 2001.

Reference books
1. William Schweber, Electronic Communication Systems - A
Complete Course, Prentice Hall International, New Jersey,
4th Edition, 2002.

2. Kennedy G, Electronic Communication


Systems, Tata McGraw-Hill Education India
Private Limited, New Delhi, 4th Edition, 2011.

3. Simon Haykins, Communication Systems, John


Wiley & Sons, New Jersey, 5th Edition, 2009.

4. Bruce Carlson. A, Communication Systems, Tata


McGraw- Hill Education India Private Limited,
New Delhi, 5th Edition, 2009.

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