Code | RDE701 |

Name | Telecommunications Theory (special course ) |

Status | Compulsory/Courses of Limited Choice |

Level and type | Post-graduate Studies, Academic |

Field of study | Electronics and Telecommunications |

Faculty | |

Academic staff | Vjačeslavs Bobrovs, Andris Ozols, Rolands Parts, Jurģis Poriņš, Inna Kurbatska |

Credit points | 5.0 (7.5 ECTS) |

Parts | 1 |

Annotation |
Electric communication theory (special course) for M.Sc.students of RTU is intended to deepen their knowledge of signal sampling and approximation, of linear system theory basing on entire analytic function theory, as well as of other communication technology theoretical problems. Theory of entire analytic functions is a valuable tool in communication theory and practice because entire analytic functions in the complex plane correspond to the functions with limited spectra on the real axis.The latter are just functions which describe signals transmitted over the bandlimited communication channels. In this way it turns out that the well known sampling (Kotelnikov) theorem is merely the special case of Lagrange’s interpolation formula of entire analytic functions enabling also other sampling possibilities including nonuniform sampling. Similiarly, other new possibilities appear in signal approximation and in approximation error evaluation, as well as in signal restoration if only a partial information about the signal is known.Signal multiplexing in CDMA systems and the main branches of quantum information including quantum communications (mainly quantum cryptography) and quantum computers.The following main topics are covered in this special course: entire analytic functions and their application insignal sampling, approximation and restoration; properties of Fourier transform; signal mutiplexing in multichannel systems, CDMA systems; the negentropy principle of information and its meaning for telecommunications; the influence of quantum effects on signal transmission; quantum communications; quantum cryptography; quantum computers; stochastic resonance. . |

Goals and objectives of the course in terms of competences and skills |
The goal of the course „Electric communication theory (special course)” is to enable students deeper to comprehend the main questions of communication theory. It is assumed that after mastering this course students will freely orient themselves in the theoretical questions of communications , and that they will acquire the skill to use the obtained knowledge in their further work and to follow the modern development trends of communication technology. |

Learning outcomes and assessment |
Able to apply the theory of entire analytic functions for the discretization of signals, and to evaluate the existing signal discretization methods from this point of view. - Two assesment methods will be used: by self-made reports during the practical works and in the final examination. Able to analyze the operation of linear systems including communication channels and to perform the signal approximation and restoration in terms of the theory of entire analytic functions. - Two assesment methods will be used: by self-made reports during the practical works and in the final examination. Able to orient themselves in code division and statistical signal multiplexing methods. - Two assesment methods will be used: by self-made reports during the practical works and in the final examination. Able to orient themselves in the problems of quantum communications including characteristics of quantum communication channels, quantum cryptography, quantum teleportation, comparison with classical channels. - Two assesment methods will be used: by self-made reports during the practical works and in the final examination. Know the operation and construction principles of quantum computers, and the possibilities of their applications. - Two assesment methods will be used: by self-made reports during the practical works and in the final examination. |

Course prerequisites | The necessary course prerequisites include the knowledge of electromagnetic wave theory , physical optics (especially, interference and diffraction), and the elements of quantum mechanics.at the RTU bachelor physics level.(MFA101). Ability freely to apply differential and integral calculus is necessary as well (DIM109).. The foundations of.Fourier analysis and complex variable theory should be known, as well as signal theory and electric communication theory at the bachelor RDE301). |

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