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|ECET 37400 - Digital Telecommunications|
Credit Hours: 4.00. This is an advanced course in digital communications concepts and applications. Digitalization of analog signals, modulation of digital signals, signaling techniques, multiplexing and protocols are investigated. Applications of transport technologies utilizing underlying digital communication protocols are discussed. Transfer of digital information through diverse communication media is emphasized. Practical application of the technologies and protocols are investigated in the laboratory. Typically offered Summer Fall Spring.
0.000 OR 4.000 Credit hours
Levels: Graduate, Professional, Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Distance Learning, Laboratory, Lecture
Offered By: College of Technology
Department: School of Engineering Tech
May be offered at any of the following campuses:
Learning Outcomes: 1. Identify the major components of the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) hierarchy and terms associated with the PSTN. 2. Calculate A/D PCM encoding and decoding, recognizing the information loss of the process. 3. Demonstrate an understanding of line coding and zero-suppression techniques used in the PSTN and long haul transport. 4. Apply probabilistic methods to determine single and multiple bit error probabilities on a link given a bit error rate (BER). 5. Demonstrate an understanding of medium characteristics, modulation and multiplexing techniques, physical layer framing structures used in the PSTN, wireless and data networks.
Undergraduate level CNIT 24000 Minimum Grade of D- and Undergraduate level MA 22400 Minimum Grade of D- and (Undergraduate level PHYS 21900 Minimum Grade of D- or Undergraduate level PHYS 22100 Minimum Grade of D-) and (Undergraduate level ECET 21400 Minimum Grade of D- or Undergraduate level ECET 23300 Minimum Grade of D- or Undergraduate level ECET 22400 Minimum Grade of D-)
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