Electronics & Communication Engineering Questions and Answers

Engineers make the world a better place; they take a fuzzy idea and turn it into something real. They use math and science to solve problems and create new products and services.

As an electrical and computer engineer you will work at the heart of the most rapidly developing technology humankind has ever seen. You’ll employ nanoelectronics, computers and new photonic crystals to create biomedical instruments that save lives and new robotic systems that can search disaster sites or remotely explore other planets.

You will make devices and systems that harvest the energy of the sun, wind and sea and channel it into the energy grid that supports modern civilization.

The Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE) program prepares you for a wide range of engineering study and career options, including business, biomedical engineering, computer hardware, the aerospace industry, computer software, nanoelectronic chips, photonics, nanoengineering, robotics and solar energy harvesting and distribution.

A.Digital Communications Systems
1Signals and Spectra
1.1Digital Communication Processing
1.2Signal Classification
1.3Spectral Density and Autocorrelation
1.4 Random Signals
1.5Linear Systems Transmission
1.7Digital Communication
1.8Digital Communication System
1.9Process Types
2Formatting and Baseband Modulation
2.1Formatting Analog Information
2.2Corruption Sources
2.3Pulse Code Modulation
2.4Uniform and Non Uniform Quantization
2.5Baseband Transmission
2.7Correlative Coding
2.8Sampling and Quantization
3Baseband Demodulation and Detection
3.1Signals and Noises
3.2Intersymbol Interference
3.4Equalization and Non Coherent Detection
4Bandpass Modulation and Detection
4.1Bandpass Modulation Techniques
4.2Coherent Detection
4.3M-ary Signalling
5Communication Link Analysis
5.1Link Budget Analysis
5.2Link Budget Error Control
5.3Noise Parameters
6Channel Coding
6.1Waveform Coding
6.2Structured Sequence
6.3Error Detection and Correction
6.4Cyclic and Linear Block Codes
6.5Convolution Encoding and Decoding
6.6Reed-Solomon Code Properties
6.7Concatenated Codes
6.8Shannon Hartley Capacity Theorem
7Modulation and Coding Trade-off
7.1Bandwidth Efficient Modulation,/a>
7.2Communication Resources Allocation
7.3Trellis Coded Modulation
7.4PAM, PWM and TDM
7.5M-ary Modulation
7.6Modulation and Multiplexing
7.7Modulation and Entropy
7.8Modulation Techniques
Network Synchronization
Receiver Synchronization
Multiplexing and Multiple Access
Spread Spectrum, TDMA and FDMA
LAN and Access Algorithm Techniques
Spread Spectrum and CDMA
Spread Spectrum Techniques
Pseudo Noise Sequence
Frequency Hopping
Acquisition and Tracking
Cellular Systems
Cipher Systems Secrecy
Stream Encryption Applications
Spread Spectrum
Encryption and Decryption
Wireless & Mobile Communications
Paging System
Cordless Telephone Systems
Cellular Telephone Systems
Cordless Telephone Systems
Cordless Telephone Systems
Frequency Modulation Vs. Amplitude Modulation
Frequency Modulation Vs. Amplitude Modulation