|Status||Compulsory/Courses of Limited Choice|
|Level and type||Undergraduate Studies, Academic|
|Field of study||Electronics and Telecommunications|
|Academic staff||Rolands Parts, Vjačeslavs Bobrovs, Sandis Spolītis, Jānis Braunfelds|
|Credit points||4.0 (6.0 ECTS)|
This course deals with transmission systems (TS), their evolution and application in modern telecommunications networks. Topics include signal digitalisation and transmission, regeneration of a digital signal and its conversion back to the analogue form. Formation and multiplexing of digital streams, as well as network synchronisation are examined. The course covers the theory of TS, as well as practical measurements in the laboratory. International standards related to TS interfaces are considered. Students are prepared for professional career and further studies at the Master’s level. .
Goals and objectives
of the course in terms
of competences and skills
|The goal of the course: to acquire the theoretical knowledge about transmission systems (TS) and to develop practical skills necessary to design TS. Objectives of the course: 1. to develop skills to make measurements of TS; 2. to improve the student’s ability to analyse the obtained results and to make relevant conclusions; 3. to recognize the importance of TS in telecommunications networks.|
Students are able to use relevant literature, including scientific literature, periodicals, etc. - Problem solving and discussions at labs and practical classes. Reports. Are able to demonstrate knowledge of major TS issues.
Students are able to carry out experiments – measurements in the field of transmission systems, as well as to evaluate the results. - Training in the laboratory. Are able to process and analyse the obtained results.
Students are able to demonstrate understanding of the basic theory of transmission systems (TS), to recognize the importance of TS in telecommunications networks. - Tests and exam. Knowledge of TS at the bachelor study program level.
|Course prerequisites||Students are expected to have a basic knowledge of signal theory.|