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ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

PROGRAM
SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING & INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY
UNIVERSITI MALAYSIA SABAH

COURSE CODE:

KE36203

COURSE NAME:

COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS (SISTEM KOMUNIKASI)

LECTURER:

Liau Chung Fan

CREDIT HOUR:

3 (3-hour lecture)

PREREQUISITE:

KE36503 - SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS

TEXTBOOK:

B.P. Lathi and Zhi Ding 2012. Modern Digital and Analog
Communication Systems, 4th Edition. Oxford University Press.

REFERENCES:
1. Simon Haykin and Michael Moher 2010. Communication Systems, 5th
Edition. John Wiley & Sons.
2. Rodger E. Ziemer and William H. Tranter 2010. Principles of Communications,
6th Edition. John Wiley & Sons.
3. A. B. Carlson and P. B. Crilly 2009. Communication Systems: An Introduction
to Signals and Noise in Electronic Communications, 5th Edition. McGraw Hill.
4. Bernard Sklar 2002. Digital Communications, 2nd Edition. McGraw-Hill
5. Hwei P. Hsu 2002. Schaums Outlines of Analog and Digital Communication
Systems, 2nd Edition. McGraw Hill
COURSE SYNOPSIS
This course focuses on the analysis and design of communication systems,
including both analog and digital systems. It will cover modulation and
demodulation techniques, performance of modulation in noise, and
application of these techniques to current systems, including radio, TV,
satellite, and cellular systems. The analog communication systems will be
studied first. Then the basic theories for digital communications are briefly
covered, such as random process, estimation and detection, information
theory, and error correct coding. Through these theories, current digital
communication techniques will be investigated.

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COURSE OBJECTIVES
1. To give the students overview of communication systems, instruct the basic
theorems for communications, and illustrate the state-of-art for
communication techniques.
COURSE OUTCOMES
Course Outcomes (CO)

An
ability
to
explain
the
CO essentials
of
communication
1 systems
conceptually
and
mathematically.
An ability to associate electronic
CO circuits for modulators and
2 demodulators
with
the
modulation theory.
An ability to analyze the
CO performance of communications
3 techniques.

Relationship of Course Outcomes (CO) to Program Outcomes


(PO)
PO
1

PO
2

PO
3

PO
4

PO
5

PO
6

PO
7

PO
8

PO
9

PO
10

PO
11

PROGRAM OUTCOMES
PO1.
PO2.

Engineering Knowledge.
Problem Analysis. (CTPS)

PO3.
PO4.
PO5.
PO6.
PO7.
PO8.
PO9.
PO10.
PO11.
PO12.

Design/Development of Solutions. (CTPS)


Investigation.
Modern Tool Usage.
The Engineer and Society.
Environment and Sustainability.
Ethics. (EM)
Communication. (CS)
Individual and Team Work. (TS & LS)
Life Long Learning. (LL)
Project Management and Finance.

Psychomotor
CTPS : Critical
Thinking
Problem
Solving
CS:
Communication Skills

Affective
EM:
LS:
LL:
TS:

Ethic and Moral


Leadership Skills
Life Long Learning
Team Spirit

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DELIVERY METHOD
1.
Lectures
2.
Assignments
3.
Projects
EVALUATION SYSTEM
N
Assessments Methods
o

Percenta
ge

1.

Quizzes

2.

Assignments

3.

Design Problem / Problem Based


Learning

4.

Projects

5.

Laboratory Report

6.

Laboratory Test

7.

Presentation

8.

Report

9.

Tests / Mid-Term

20%

10
.

Final Exam

40%

CO
1

CO
2

CO
3

CO
4

30%
10%

TOTAL

COURSE SCHEDULE
Week
1
Module 1
2
Module 2
3
Module 2
4
Module 2
5
Module 3/Test 1
6
Module 3
7
Module 3
8
Module 4
9
Module 4
10
Module 5
11
Module 5/Test 2
12
Module 5
13
Module 6
14
Module 6
>14
Final Exam

100%

Topics

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CO
5

COURSE SYLLABUS
Modul
Topics
e
1
Introduction
i)
The Communication Process
ii)
The Layered Approach
2
Amplitude Modulation
i)
Double-Sideband Amplitude Modulation
ii)
Amplitude Modulation (AM)
iii)
Bandwidth-Efficient Amplitude Modulations
iv)
Phase-Locked Loop and Some Applications
3

Phase and Frequency Modulation


i)
Nonlinear Modulation
ii)
Frequency Modulation
iii)
Effects of Nonlinear Distortion and Interference
iv)
Superheterodyne Analog AM/FM Receivers

Digital Representation of Analog Signals


i)
Sampling Theorem
ii)
Pulse Code Modulation
iii)
Digital Multiplexing
iv)
Delta Modulation

Principles of Digital Data Transmission


i)
Line Coding
ii)
Pulse Shaping
iii)
Scrambling
iv)
Eye Pattern
v)
PAM
vi)
Digital Carrier Systems

Information and Forward Error Correction


i)
Measure of Information
ii)
Source Encoding
iii)
Error-Free Communication over a Noisy Channel
iv)
Channel Capacity
v)
Error Correcting Codes

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