Lectures

The timetable and classroom location for WS 2021/22 can be found here.

Information regarding subscription to lab exercises can be found here for the summer and winter term


Information Transmission (AÜT/DÜT)

Semester: 4 (Analog Inf. Tr., AÜT) resp. 5 (Digital Inf. Tr., DÜT), Bachelor

Analog an digital parts can be selected independently although it's recommended to hear AÜT first.

Analog: signals & systems, transmission media, noise, signal distortion, analog modulation schemes, transmitters and receivers, information theory, source coding

Digital: digitising analog source signals, PCM, digital baseband transmission, PAM, optimum filter, synchronisation, channel equalisation, digital modulation schemes, bit error rate, eye diagrams

Script, Textbook, Lab


Mobile Radio Communications

Semester: 1 (Master, summer term)

mobile propagation channel, fading, delay spread, doppler spectrum, diversity, cellular network design, cochannel- and adjacent channel interference, radio network planning, spectral efficiency, channel assignment schemes, modulation schemes, channel equalisation, error control schemes, source and channel coding, multiple access schemes, GSM: system architecture, information transmission, mobility management, encryption and authentication, ...; cordless telephones, satellite radio, paging systemes, trunked radio, UMTS: spread spectrum technique, CDMA, log. uand physical channels, coding, network design, LTE,...; WLANs ; car-2-X

Script, Textbook 1, Textbook 2, Textbook 3, Lab


Telecommunications Networks

Semester: 2 (Master, winter term)

networks, services, protocols, switching technology, queueing theory, wide area networks, PSTN, ISDN, ATM, PDH, SDH, network access techniques, xDSL, power line communications

Material


Satellite Communications

Semester: 1/2 (Master, summer or winter term)

Keplerian orbits and their calculation, perturbations, satellite radio channel, link budget, availableness, antennas, antenna orientation, multiple access, synchronisation, satellite networks and network operators

Material


Wireless Transmission

Semester: 4 (Bachelor NT, elective)

projected

Script


Adaptive Communications

Semester: 1/2 (Master NT, elective)

projected

Script