Introduction to Telecommunication Systems Theory
Hands-on experience. In-depth comprehension.
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HY-330 is a 4-credit undergrad course.
It is aimed at familiarizing the students with basic telecommunication theory, acting as a primer to more advanced telecommunication courses.
The lectures cover telecommunications essentials, basic digital signal processing, modulation/demodulation techniques and basic coding theory,
while the laboratory assignments with the use of software defined radios (SDRs) have the following purposes:
demonstrate some of the basic principles followed and components needed in a modern digital telecommunication system
provide hands-on experience with state-of-the art SDR equipment
train the students at building SDR based transceivers
The Rules of the Game
The final grade is calculated as follows:
30% Final Exam
10% Class Attendance
Design: Stefanos Papadakis
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