Kommunikationstechnik

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Lecturer: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Peter Jax

Contact: Stefan Kühl

Type: Bachelor lecture

Credits: 4

Lecture
Exercise
L²P learning room
(Registration via campusOffice)

Course language: German

Material:
Lecture notes and exercise problems in German language will be sold before the first lecture as well as by Irina Ronkartz.

All scripts and auxiliary sheets will also be available for download at the L²P learning room.

Dates

Lecture:

from Wednesday, October 11th, 2017
08:30am - 10:00am
Lecture room PPS H2

Exercise:

from Thursday, October 12th, 2016
11:15am - 12:00am
Lecture room Gr

Consultation hours:

Dates will be announced.

Exam

Wednesday, February 28th, 2018
14:30pm - 4:00pm
Lecture room Großer Hörsaal AM, Lecture room H08

Exam duration: 90 minutes

Remarks: The exam is in written form. The date corresponds also to the proof of achievements(Leistungsnachweise) in written form.

Resources: The exam is held with open books excluding programmable pocket calculators and communication devices.

Please note: Please bring along your student ID (BlueCard)!

Inspection:

Dates will be announced.

The lecture "Kommunikationstechnik" is part of the modules

  • Communications Engineering BIK1.X (mandatory),
  • Computer Engineering BTI1.X (mandatory) and
  • Micro and Nano Electronics BME1.X (required elective)

in the 5th semester of the Bachelor program "Elektrotechnik, Informationstechnik und Technische Informatik".

Content

In this one term lecture theory and practice of digital transmission of information is discussed. After an introduction to information theory of sources and transmission channels the main elements of modern digital communication systems are discussed:

  • source coding
  • channel coding
  • modulation
  • multiplex and multiple access methods.

The goal of this lecture is to teach the basics of the individual parts as well as to give the system overview which is necessary for the understanding of complex transmission systems. Here, the information theoretical background, the principle bounds, and the interaction of the individual parts are of particular interest.

The practical application will be discussed with numerous examples, e.g.,

  • speech and channel coding in GSM/UMTS mobile radio network
  • data compression of the facsimile transmission
  • MPEG video coding
  • error correction in CD and DVD systems
  • transmission technology of the GSM/UMTS mobile radio network.

Particular topics can be examined at the laboratories "Communications Engineering" and "Real-Time Audio Processing" in experiments which are coordinated with this lecture. Furthermore this course is harmonized with the special lectures "Advanced Coding and Modulation" and "Digital Speech Processing I and II" of the Master program.

Evaluation

The results of the evaluation of the last years are summarized below.

Winter term 2016/17

Participants of the evaluation: 31

Lecture:
Global grade: 1,6
Concept of the lecture: 1,6
Instruction and behaviour: 1,5

Exercise:
Global grade: 1,7
Concept of the exercise: 1,5
Instruction and behaviour: 1,8

Kommunikationstechnik_WS1617_Vorlesung.pdf
Kommunikationstechnik_WS1617_Uebung.pdf