EE2T11 Telecommunications A
In the course "Telecommunication", these applications are reduced to simple canonical communication systems and processes, represented by a block diagraon consisting of idealized subsystems such as transmission channel, filters, amplifiers, multiplexers, demodulators etc. These can be described using prior knowledge from other BSc courses such as Signals and Systems (EE2S11) and Probability (EE1M31), but the subsystems will also have to satisfy external requirements such as quality and capacity of the system. The course thus links abstract prior knowledge to more advanced engineering realities.
In Telecommunication A, the emphasis is on baseband systems and processes. We cover physical properties of simple transmission media and noise, and the related system design criteria.
Apart from the lectures, Telecommunication A also consists of a Matlab lab course (size 2 EC) where skills related to Signals and Systems (EE2S11) are further developed (convolution, Fourier transformation, filter design, channel estimation, sampling). The results of the channel estimation exercise are explicitly required for EE2L21 EPO-4 (localization using a microphone array).
dr.ir. Gerard Janssen
Physical layer communication; UWB; localization
prof.dr.ir. Alle-Jan van der Veen
Array signal processing; Signal processing for communications
dr. Carolina Varon
Machine learning; Biomedical signal processing;
Last modified: 2019-12-16