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Course Description: EE 423 is a one unit laboratory course on the basics of analog and digital communications. This course accompanies EE422 Communications Systems II. We are moving towards making this course a lab focusing on digital wireless communications with the support of a generous grant from the Rockwell Collins Foundation and equipment donations from Texas Instruments. This course is taken concurrently with EE422 Communications Systems II. The laboratory is located in Coover 3113.
Course Objectives: Introduce students to the signal processing and communication techniques that underlie modern communications systems such as broadcast radio, cellular phones, data transmission and reception. This lab uses hands-on techniques to show the students how the communications systems that they learn about in theory are implemented.
Other Useful Textbooks:
Out of Print. Copies of relevant information will be made available. Steven A. Tretter, Communication System Design using DSP Algorithms, with Laboratory Experiments for the TMS320C30, Plenum Press: New York, 1997.
Leon Couch, Communications Systems,
S.J. Orfanidis, Introduction to Signal Processing, Prentice Hall: New York, 1996.
Grading Policy: Course grading and structure information
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|Instructor: Dr. Julie A. Dickerson
|Teaching Assistant for EE423: Mr. Bernard Lwakabamba
|Location: Coover 3113|
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