Course
code EC527
credit_hours 3
title Applied Telecommunications Systems
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prequisites EC322M
credit hours 3
Describtion/Outcomes Introduction to radar system. Classification and principles of the radar system. The radar equation. Probability of detection, The digital radar, terminals, transmission and switching. The analog telephone network. Introduction to digital telephone systems.
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objectives Develop the basic concept of communication systems as radar systems and digital telephony from point of design and analysis.
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ref. books John C. Bellamy, ?Digital Telephony?, 3rd Edition, Wiley
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textbook Soklnik, Merrill , ?Introduction to Radar Systems? McGraw-Hill
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Course Content
content serial describtion
1 Introduction: Definition and types of radar systems; advantages of using the radar systems in vision and detection of targets; construction of radar systems as a communication system block diagram.
2 Classification of radar systems: Principle of operation, operating frequency bands, function of radar systems.
3 The radar equation: Radar equation and the mathematical proof, effect of each parameter in the radar equation, operation and testing of real radar system.
4 The target cross-section: Definition of target cross-section, methods of measuring target cross-section.
5 Probability of detection, probability of false alarm, power supply circuit description.
6 The eclipsing effect equation and scintillating effect.
7 7th week exam.
8 Target identification and resolution: Methods of improving target identification, system resolution. High-resolution systems.
9 Time base circuit, range ring circuit, brightness circuit, and range marker circuit.
10 Circuit troubleshooting, tracing a fault in the system.
11 Introduction to telephony: Historical background, types of telephone networks.
12 Analog telephony: Definition of analog signals, bandwidth required+12th week exam.
13 Analog telephony: bandwidth required kinds of multiplexing techniques used.
14 Digital telephony: Advantages of digital telephony, bandwidth required for digital telephony, multiplexing techniques used.
15 TV principle analysis.
16 Final Examination