ELET4770. 001 High Frequency Systems II

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ELET47
7
0. 001
High Frequency Systems
I
I


Instructor:
Shuping Wang



Spring

201
1

Office:
Discovery Park F130



Time: (
MWF
)
10
:00
-
10
:50
a
m

Office Hours: (
M
W)
8
:00
am
-

10
:
00pm

Meeting Place:
NTDP

B157


Phone: 940
-
369
-
8895

Email:
shuping@unt.edu


Course Description


Microwave techniques and systems; measurements in the UHF spectrum, transmission lines,
Smith charts, computer analysis and satellite communications.


Course Objectives

(TAC of ABET Criteria and Program Educational Objective
s

Supported)


1.

Know LAN and WAN network architectures and protocols. (a,b)

2.

Know telecommunications standards and r
ecommendations organizations. (a,b)

3.

Understand digital modulation/demodulation methods and the principles of digital signal
transmission. (a,b,d,e,g,l,m,p)

4.

Understand multiplexing communication signals with emphasis on digital techniques.
(a,bd,e,g,n
)

5.

Understand the Public Networks and switching hierarchy. (a,b)

6. Understand the basic technology of Satellite Communications. (a,b)


Student Learning Outcomes

(Course Objectives Supported)


On successful completion of this course, a student should
be able to:

a) List the layers of the OSI and TCP/TP Model and describe the data communications

functions
performed at each layer. (1)

b) Identify and match the CCITT, IEEE, TIA/EIA, ANSI, and ISO standards and
recommendations used for advanced communica
tions system to their associated
organizations. (2,5)

c) Build, verify and evaluate basic building blocks of digital communications systems. (3)

d) Build, verify and evaluate basic building blocks of multiplexing systems. (4)

e) Analyze and calculate
essential parameters of satellites and microware systems. (2,6)

f) Assemble, verify and evaluate as part of a team an advanced communications subsystem.
(2,3,4)

g) Present a formal presentation of a portion of a term project. (2,3,4)

h) Prepare a formal

report of a portion of a term project. (3,4)


Course Requirements


Attendance

Attendance is mandatory.
Lecture periods will be utilized to present principles and theory of the
course topics. Class participation and discussion is expected in these
sessions
.
Homework will be
assigned to assess understanding and reinforce the

materials covered in lecture.
Laboratory
experiments will be conducted to provide hands
-
on applications of the theory as well as
experience in the use of standard test equipment and
comp
uter application software.
Homework
is due at the
beginning of the class period.
There may be random quizzes

ad
ministered during the
semester.

Late homework will not be accepted without advanced instructor authorization.


Required text

1.

Principles of E
lectronic Communication Systems
,
Louis E. Frenzel
,

McGraw Hill
,
3rd

edition,
ISBN 978
-
0
-
07
-
310704
-
2,
200
8
.

2. Experiments Manual for Principles of Electronic Communication Systems, Louis E. Frenzel,
McGraw Hill, 3rd edition, ISBN 978
-
0
-
07
-
310705
-
9, 2008.


Exams


There will be
three

exams (this includes the final exam), each worth 100 points. Exams will be
based on text readings, h
andouts, class exercises
, and class lectures and discussions. Students
are responsible for all text material, regardless of whet
her we review the text material in class or
not.


Missed Exams

You will be allowed to make up a missed exam only if you have a

documented university
excused absence. If you know in advance that you will miss an exam, you MUST contact me
before the schedule
d exam. Make
-
up exams will not contain the same

questions
.


Grading Elements and Weights

Homework/Quizzes:




1
0
%

Test 1
:






2
0%

Test 2:






20%

Laboratory:





2
0
%

Final Examination (comprehensive):


3
0
%


Grade Distribution


Points






Letter Grade


90.0%
-

100%





A



80.0%
-

89.9%






B



70.0%
-

79.9%





C



60.0%
-

69.9%





D



59.9% & Below





F



Disabilities Accommodation


The University of North Texas complies with Section 504 of the 1973 Rehabilitation Act and
with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. The University of North Texas provides
academic adjustments and auxiliary aids to individuals with disabilities, as

defined under the
law. Among other things, this legislation requires that all students with disabilities be guaranteed
a learning environment that provides for reasonable accommodation of their disabilities. If you
believe you have a disability requiring
accommodation, please see the instructor and/or contact
the Office of Disability Accommodation at 940
-
565
-
4323 during the first week of class.


Additional Policies and Procedures


Cell Phones: Please remember to turn off phones prior to class.


Extra Help
: PLEASE DO NOT WAIT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTE. If you are having trouble
with this class, please come by my office during office hours. I am also available by email at
shuping@unt.edu
.


Course Outline

(Tentati
ve)


Week



Topic









Chapter



1

Digital

Communication

Techniques





7


2



Digital
Communication

Techniques



7

3



Multiplexing and
Demultiplexing



10

4

Multiplexing and Demultiplexing





10

5



The transmission of Binary Data in Communication Systems

11



6



Test 1




The transmission of Binary Data in Communication
Systems

11




7

Networking and Local
-
Area Networks


12

8



Networking and Local
-
Area Networks




12

9



Transmission Lines







13




10




Transmission Lines






13

1
1




Antennas and Wave Propagation





14



1
2

Test 2




Satellite Communication







17


1
3


Satellite Communication







17


1
4



Telecommunication Systems






18


1
5



Telecommunication Systems






18



Course Review


1
6

Final Exam
Week



Final Exam
,
5
/1
3
/11 (

Fri
day
),

8
:
0
0
a
m


10
:
0
0
a
m, Room
B157


Labortary Outline

(Tentati
ve)


Week


Lab Name



Lab Number


2


Digital Signal Processing






7
-
3 and 7
-
4

3



Pulse Amplitude Modulation





10
-
1 procedures 1
-
6

4



Time Division

Demultiplexing




10
-
1 procedures 7
-
11


5



Frequency Shift Keying (FSK)





11
-
2

6



Binary
Phase Shift Keying (BPSK)




11
-
3



7

Orthogonal Frequency
Division Multiplexing


11
-
5


8



Digital Subscriber Line





11
-
6

9



Ethernet







12
-
1

10



Transmission Line Characteristic Impedance and


Handout




Maximum
Power Transfer

1
1



Smith Chart Tutorial






13
-
5

1
2

Antennas and Wave Propagation


14
-
3

1
3



Satellite Communication



17
-
1

1
4



Telecommunication Systems



18
-
1

15

Lab m
ake up
/Examination