RDE302 Transmission Media

Code RDE302
Name Transmission Media
Status Compulsory/Courses of Limited Choice
Level and type Undergraduate Studies, Academic
Field of study Electronics and Telecommunications
Faculty
Academic staff Ģirts Ivanovs, Vjačeslavs Bobrovs, Andis Supe, Jurģis Poriņš
Credit points 6.0 (9.0 ECTS)
Parts 2
Annotation Communication line design. Classification of cable, insulating materials, protective covers. Electromagnetic processes in symmetrical, coaxial cable, waveguides. Design optimization. Electromagnetic compatibility. Mutual influence, rationing, protection. Shielding theory. Corrosion. Line construction, design, operation. The course includes both theory and communication lines measurements in the laboratory study. The international standards relating to the use of communication lines have been dealt with. Students are prepared both for practical work with lines of communication, and further studies in Master Course..
Goals and objectives
of the course in terms
of competences and skills
Acquire theoretical knowledge of the lines of communications and practical skills in carrying out the calculations for the design of communication lines. Students will be able to measure the communication lines and to assess the results and draw conclusions competently.. To navigate communication line applications in telecommunications networks, demonstrating their importance in solving various technical problems.
Learning outcomes
and assessment
Being able to solve all their assigned tasks independently, using their knowledge, identify principle of operation and construction for communication lines, as well as being able to carry out the measurement in communication lines. The ability to orient themselves in the scientific literature of co - Solving of practical problems - tests, laboratory work, course project. Exam. The ability to carry out experiments – measurements in communications, to process the results.
Criteria: able to navigate between the steering system of communication issues freely. - Able to navigate in the field of direct transmission systems competently, and their application, place and importance of communication lines in telecommunications networks.
Course prerequisites Necessary knowledge in the electrical circuit theory and measurements, as well as knowledge of measurement errors, confidence intervals, and measurement uncertainty in the assessment of mathematics and physics at bachelor course level.

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