Subject: Electrical Engineering
Credit units: 3
Offered: Term 2 only
Weekly hours: 3 Lecture hours and 3 Practicum/Lab hours
College: Engineering
Department: Electrical and Cmptr Engin


This course falls into the category of "guided design". The students will be guided through the design and implementation of a complex DSP-based system. The course covers the application specific theory as well as the application specific implementation issues for a specific DSP-based system. The specific DSP system that is designed in this course will change from time to time as necessary to maintain relevancy. The current design problem is a digital communication system based on quadrature amplitude modulation. The students will be guided through the design of the system, design of the modulator, the modelling of the channel and the design of the demodulator.

Prerequisite(s): EE 456.

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