Btech Syllabus Aktu Analog and Digital Communication (KEE-058)

Explore the concepts of signal transmission, modulation, coding, and decoding as you examine the AKTU B.Tech syllabus for Analog and Digital Communication. Learn more about the intriguing world of communication systems and its uses.

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UNIT-1: AMPLITUDE MODULATION

• Elements of communication system and its limitations,
• Amplitude modulation and detection,
• Generation and detection of DSB-SC,
• SSB and vestigial side band modulation,
• Carrier acquisition AM transmitters and receivers,
• IF amplifiers,
• AGC circuits,
• Frequency Division multiplexing.

UNIT-2: ANGLE MODULATION

• Angle Modulation: Basic definition,
• Narrow-Band and wideband frequency modulation,
• Transmission bandwidth of FM signals,
• Generation and detection of frequency modulation,
• Generation and detection of Phase Modulation.
• Noise: External noise,
• Internal noise,
• Noise calculations,
• Signal to noise ratio.

UNIT-3: PULSE MODULATION

• Pulse Modulation: Introduction,
• Sampling process,
• Analog Pulse Modulation Systems,
• Pulse Amplitude Modulation (PAM),
• Pulse width modulation (PWM) and Pulse Position Modulation (PPM).
• Waveform coding Techniques: Discretization in time and amplitude,
• Quantization process,
• Quantization noise,
• Pulse code Modulation,
• Differential Pulse code Modulation,
• Delta Modulation and Adaptive Delta Modulation.

UNIT-4: DIGITAL MODULATION TECHNIQUES

• Types of digital modulation,
• Waveforms for amplitude,
• Frequency and phase shift keying,
• Coherent and non-coherent methods for the generation of ASK,
• FSK and PSK.
• Comparisons of above digital modulation techniques.

UNIT-5: TIME DIVISION MULTIPLEXING

• Time Division Multiplexing: Fundamentals,
• Electronic Commutator,
• Bit/byte interleaving,
• Tl carrier system,
• Synchronization and signaling of TÈ,
• TDM and PCM hierarchy,
• Synchronization techniques.
• Introduction to Information Theory: Measure of information,
• Entropy & Information rate,
• Channel capacity,
• Hartley Shannan law,
• Huffman coding,
• Shannon Fano coding.