At the end of this Subject course the student  Be familiar with both time and frequency domain representations

of signals. 
Have developed an understanding of continuous wave linear and non-linear modulation and demodulation techniques.  Have developed an understanding of digital modulation and demodulation techniques.  Have developed an understanding of the effects of noise in communication systems. The course covers the continuous wave modulation techniques: AM, DSB, SSB, FM, and PM. Fourier transforms are used to analyze the modulating and modulated signals. The design of modulators and demodulators is considered for the different modulating schemes. The effect of noise on received signal. Noise in Analogue Systems: Sources of Noise, Random Noise, Random Signals, Noise in analogue systems, Noise factor, Noise Temperature.

Subject Outcomes
After the completion of the course students will possess the abilities as listed below.  Students will have knowledge of an use of Fourier Transform in signal processing that is how to represent Time domain signal to frequency domain signal  Student will have an idea of designing of analog communication system at various applications.  Student will have strong Fundamental ideas for studying the Digital communication system  Student will have exposure towards the field of communication system for their carrier.

Comments on Syllabus
The university has framed the syllabus of Analog Communication system will provides strong basic knowledge of communication system , unit wise what they given syllabus is in proper order that will make the students to understand in better and easy way . As per industry requirement, university may be including some mat lab programs at particular topic, this can helps the students to able to know the concept of writing program.

 Students will have great idea about communication system  Students will have exposure to advanced communication system world . DM and ADPCM digital Pulse modulation. To understand the process of conversion of Analog signal to Digital signal via Quantization.  Inter-symbol Interference and allows the students to understand the interference causes and the corrective measures taken by base band Pulse shaping solutions.  The basic Principle of secure communication by means of Spread spectrum Modulation is explained. by Matched filter method and Correlation approach. Also to define the Bandwidth and understand bandwidth consideration  Sampling Process & Sampling Theory for Low pass & Band pass signals. Subject Outcomes  Students will able to analyses the advantages and disadvantage of digital communication over an Analog communication system. DPCM.At the end of this Subject course the student  The students will have knowledge about the building blocks of a communication system in general and Digital communication system in particular.  The basic principles of Digital Modulation schemes and their Generation & Detection Techniques.  The Detection of binary signal optimally in presence of noise.  The different line formats to represent the line codes and the advantages and drawbacks of line formats. time division multiplexing. PAM. Companding and Coding. operation of a T1 system. PCM.

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